|1-10, 1-4 MAC
|Loss to NIU, 20-18
|4-3, 1-1 MAC
|8-16, 6-5 MAC
|Win over EMU 79-63
|Win over N.C. A&T 10-6, Losses to N.C. A&T 6-3, 6-5
|Men's Track and Field
|Women's Track and Field
|Win over FAMU 2-1
|Losses: Texas-Arlington 5-3, Stetson 5-1, South Carolina 8-0, UCF 6-1
|6-3, 2-2 MAC
|Win over Cleveland State, 4-3
|Win over ASA College 6-1
Facing a shorthanded opponent, UB only needed to earn 2 points, they quickly did that, and added another 2 to win 6-1, (2 points via forfeit) over Brooklyn's ASA college. UB remains perfect, now 4-love on the season.
Bulls Remain Perfect With 6-1 Win Over ASA College
Having two matches cancelled last week was not enough to slow down the University at Buffalo women's team as the Bulls defeated ASA College, 6-1, to remain undefeated at 4-0.
UCF won all 5 games to win their own tournament. UB finished 1-4 with a win over Florida A&M University. Freshman Nicole Aviles earned the lone win and Junior Tori Speckman earned the save. Freshman Dani Cowan pitched for 3 losses, but was arguably UB's best pitcher with 8 earned runs over 12.1 innings pitched. Offensively, Sophomore Alexis Curtiss recorded 2 hits, 2 RBIs and UB's lone homerun of the tournament. Junior Sammi Gallardo also had 2 RBIs, she and Sophomore Karly Nevez led UB with 4 hits in 5 games.
The University at Buffalo softball team split its two games on Friday to open the 2013 season at the UCF Holiday Inn Select Tournament. After falling 5-3 to Texas-Arlington in the morning, UB came back with a 2-1 victory over Florida A&M this afternoon.
Women's Basketball breaks a 3 game losing streak with a win over EMU. With the win the Bulls pull to 6-5 and 6th in the MAC, two games behind Akron and Ball St. for the automatic trip to Cleveland.
Long Range Shooting Leads Bulls Past Eastern Michigan, 79-63
The University at Buffalo women's basketball team recorded a season-high 23 assists and shot 50.0% from the floor, defeating Eastern Michigan, 79-63, Saturday afternoon at the Convocation Center. The victory snaps a three-game losing streak for the Bulls and improves them to 6-5 in Mid-American Conference play.
UB wins the doubles point and splits the single matches to earn a 4-3 victory.
Bulls Pull Out 4-3 Victory at Cleveland State
The University at Buffalo men's tennis team picked up a 4-3 victory at Cleveland State on Saturday afternoon at the Chagrin Valley Athletic Club to snap a two-match losing streak.
Track and Field
Track and Field was back in Cornell for the Marc Deneault Invitational. UB won the Men's and Women's pole vault with a pair of Sophomores, Craig Howard, who broke a UB record, for the men and Jenna Van Dusen with the women. UB swept the women's 400-meters with Gina Carnovale, Kyla Kenyon and Tiffany Vera finishing in the top 3 spots. Shante White, Erin Miller and Kristy Woods swept the weight throw.
Track Squads Compete at Denault Invitational
The University at Buffalo men's and women's track and field teams made final preparations for next week's Mid-American Conference Championships with their final regular season meet, the Cornell Denault Invitational at Barton Hall on Saturday. The Bulls won four events and placed second in five events on the day.
Buffalo lost Senior Matt Pollock to injury in game 2, but pulled out a win in the final game against NC A&T. Redshirt Freshman Tyler Mautner was the best hitter of the series, hitting .455 with an RBI. Junior Thomas Richards hit UB's lone homerun while hitting .364 and 2 RBIs and Senior Jason Kanzler led the Bulls with 4 RBIs. In game 3, Junior Pitcher Mike Burke was the star earning a win with his 5 hit, 9 strikeout performance.
Bulls Cap Opening Series With Win
Spearheaded by a dominating start from starting pitcher Mike Burke, the Buffalo baseball team tallied its first win of the early season Sunday afternoon, beating North Carolina A&T 10-6. Down 3-0 after three innings, the Bulls dominated the middle innings to get the win.
Without #18 John Martin-Cannon, UB loses in overtime on the final match of the day.
Bulls Lose to Huskies on Senior Day
The Buffalo wrestling team (1-10, 1-4 MAC) suffered another heartbreaking defeat Saturday afternoon, losing to Northern Illinois in the final match of the day. It was senior day for four UB seniors – Mark Lewandowski, John-Martin Cannon, Jedd Mason, and Chris Conti.