|Women's Basketball||11-19, 8-8||Lost to Akron, 77-60|
|Defeated Northern Illinois, 56-46|
|Wrestling||1-11, 1-4||placed 7th of 8|
|Men's Swimming||4-3, 1-1||placed 3rd of 7|
|Men's Indoor Track and Field||At NCAA Championships|
|Women's Indoor Track and Field||At NCAA Championships|
|Baseball||7-6, 0-0||Lost to Memphis, 7-4|
|Lost to Memphis, 9-1|
|Defeated Memphis, 9-8|
|Softball||2-9, 0-0||Defeated Southern Utah, 6-3|
|Lost to IUPUI, 10-2|
|Lost to UC-Riverside, 5-1|
|Lost to UC-Riverside, 4-3|
|Men's Tennis||6-4, 0-0||Lost to Brown, 7-0|
One down four to go for the UB Women who have tied their highest number of conference wins since 2001.
Bulls Advance To Cleveland With 56-46 Win Over Northern Illinois - Buffalo Athletics
The University at Buffalo women's basketball team held the visiting Northern Illinois Huskies to 46 points and advanced to the Second Round of the 2013 First Energy Mid-American Conference Tournament with a 56-46 victory on Saturday afternoon at Alumni Arena. UB will face Miami (OH) on Wednesday afternoon in second round action. Buffalo improves its record to 11-19 on the year.
The women's basketball team is a true gem this season. Winning deep in Cleveland is not likely to happen but the Bulls have gotten better and better with young squad and a first year coach.
Bulls Send Four to Nationals, Finish 7th at MAC Championships - Buffalo Athletics
The Buffalo wrestling team will send four wrestlers to the NCAA tournament after a solid day individually at the 2013 Mid-American Conference tournament, hosted by the Bulls at Alumni Arena. Max Soria, Blake Roulo, Mark Lewandowski, and John-Martin Cannon all secured automatic bids to the upcoming national tournament, but the Bulls would not claim an individual title.
Men's Swimming Championships
Hogan Captures 100-Yard Freestyle as MAC Championships Conclude - Buffalo Athletics
The University at Buffalo's Matt Hogan successfully defended his 100-yard freestyle title on Saturday night as the 2013 Mid-American Conference Men's Swimming and Diving Championships concluded at the Dr. Edward J. Shea Natatorium on the campus of Southern Illinois University.
Jones Finishes 13th; White Places 15th at NCAA Championships - Buffalo Athletics
Men's shot putter Jonathan Jones and women's weight thrower Shante' White represented the University at Buffalo on Friday afternoon at the NCAA National Indoor Track and Field Championships at Randall Tyson Track at the University of Arkansas. Jones finished 13th in the shot put while White took 15th in the weight throw.
Bulls Drop 7-0 Decision at Brown - Buffalo Athletics
The University at Buffalo men's tennis team opened its Spring Break trip with a 7-0 loss at Brown University on Saturday afternoon.
Bulls Split Opening Day Of Mizuno Invitational - Buffalo Athletics
After having its last three contests canceled due to the weather, the University at Buffalo softball team finally got back on the field this afternoon and split its two games at the Mizuno Invitational on the campus of UC-Riverside. Buffalo defeated Southern Utah, 6-3, before falling to IUPUI, 10-2.
Bulls Fall In Doubleheader At UC-Riverside - Buffalo Athletics
The University at Buffalo softball team concluded play at the Mizuno Invitational on Sunday afternoon by dropping a pair of games to the host UC-Riverside. The Bulls fell in the first contest 5-1 and then lost a late lead in the second, losing 4-3.
1-3 On the week as softball is still struggling to get moving
1-2 versus Memphis and it could have easily been 2-1 were it not for one bad inning.
Single-Inning Lapse Costs Bulls at Memphis - Buffalo Athletics
The Buffalo baseball team looked well on its way to its seventh win of the season Friday evening, but the host Memphis Tigers scored all seven of its runs in the bottom of the fifth and held off the Bulls (6-5) for a 7-4 win. Mental mistakes, to the tune of three errors and five walks in the first 4.2 innings alone, allowed the Tigers (8-4) to score five of the seven runs unearned.
Bulls Split Doubleheader at Memphis - Buffalo Athletics
The Buffalo baseball team concluded its weekend series at Memphis Saturday with a doubleheader. The Bulls (7-6) lost game one 9-1, but were able to come from behind and hold off the Tigers (9-5) 9-8 in a wild night cap.