The University at Buffalo men’s basketball team turned it over 17 times on Tuesday night, leading to 25 Miami points as the host RedHawks defeated the Bulls, 84-81, at Millett Hall. With the loss, UB is now 20-8 on the year and 12-3 in league play.
Having clinched its second outright MAC East Title on Friday night, the Bulls will return to the road Tuesday evening to face Miami (OH). UB is still trying to chase down the MAC Regular Season title and the #1 overall seed. Only Buffalo, Toledo, and Ball State are still mathematically alive for that spot.
University at Buffalo men’s basketball junior Jeremy Harris has been named the MAC East Player of the Week, the conference office announced on Monday. It is the third time this season that Harris has earned that honor.
The University at Buffalo men’s basketball team clinched their second outright MAC East Title on Friday night with a 95-82 win over Bowling Green in front of 5,707 fans at Alumni Arena. The victory improves Buffalo to 20-7 on the season and 12-2 in MAC play. UB also clinched one of the top four seeds in the upcoming conference tournament and will have a bye straight to the MAC Quarterfinals in Cleveland.
It is an important night for Buffalo as the Bulls host Bowling Green on Friday night. With a win, the Bulls will clinch an outright MAC East Division title for just the second time in school history. A win would also clinch a Top 4 seed in the upcoming MAC Tournament and a bye straight to Cleveland.
Having allowed 80 or more points in four straight games, the University at Buffalo men’s basketball team turned up the defensive pressure on Tuesday night, allowing the Kent State Golden Flashes to shoot just 39.4% from the floor in an 84-72 win at Alumni Arena. The victory snapped a three-game skid against Kent State and improved the Bulls to 19-7 overall and 11-2 in Mid-American Conference play.
University at Buffalo Athletics and the National Grid Foundation are proud to team up with Buffalo City Schools on the Hoops for the Stars initiative. The program connects UB men’s and women’s basketball student-athletes, coaches and administrators with inner city youth for the purpose of promoting literacy, learning and nutrition.
The Bulls begin a stretch of four of the next five games at home as UB hosts Kent State on Tuesday night. Both teams are coming off loses in their last games as the Golden Flashes fell at Ball State and the Bulls lost in overtime at Northern Illinois.
The Bulls will play their final regular season game against the MAC West on Saturday afternoon when UB makes the trip to Northern Illinois. Buffalo is looking to go a perfect 8-0 again the West this season with a win and will look to go for the season-sweep against the Huskies.
The University at Buffalo men’s basketball team led wire-to-wire on Tuesday night as the Bulls came away with a tough 88-82 win at Central Michigan. The win was UB’s second in a row as Buffalo improved to 18-6 on the season and 10-1 in the Mid-American Conference.
The Bulls return to the road for two straight games against the MAC West beginning on Tuesday night with a trip to Central Michigan. The Chippewas are one of just two MAC teams that UB has not seen yet this season. This will be the only regular season meeting between the two teams. Buffalo holds an 18-14 lead in the all-time series and has won the last four meetings, including the most important one, which was for the 2015 MAC Tournament Championship.
Playing in front of the largest Alumni Arena crowd in almost 14 years, the University at Buffalo men’s basketball team came away with a 92-86 win over Western Michigan to improve to 9-1 in Mid-American Conference play. The announced attendance of 6,670 was the most since March 8, 2004 and it set a record for the largest attendance in the current configuration of Alumni Arena, which was redone prior to the 2005-06 season.
The Bulls will host Western Michigan on Friday night looking to get back into the win column after having their nine-game winning streak snapped at Kent State on Tuesday evening. This will be the second meeting between the two schools with Buffalo winning in Kalamazoo just two weeks ago, 84-74.
The University at Buffalo men’s basketball team suffered defeat for the first time in 2018 on Tuesday night, as the host Kent State Golden Flashes were able to overcome an 18-point deficit to defeat the Bulls, 82-79. The loss was UB’s first in conference play as it snapped a nine-game winning streak overall and dropped Buffalo to 8-1 in MAC play and 16-6 overall.
The University at Buffalo athletic department will be holding #Operation6000 in conjunction with the nationally-televised men’s basketball game on Friday night when the Bulls host Western Michigan on CBS Sports Network.
The Bulls look to extend their winning streak to double figures on Tuesday night when UB heads to the M.A.C. Center to face Kent State. The Bulls are also looking to remain unbeaten in MAC play as Tuesday night marks the midway point of conference play.
For the fifth straight week a UB men’s basketball play has been honored by the Mid-American Conference as junior Jeremy Harris was named the MAC East Co-Player of the Week, the conference office announced on Monday.
The University at Buffalo men’s basketball team ran its winning streak to nine games and remained undefeated in MAC play with a 73-66 win over Ohio on Friday night at the Convocation Center in Athens. UB led wire-to-wire in the contest as it improved to 16-5 on the season and 8-0 in the MAC.
The Bulls will go for their ninth straight win on Friday night and look to build on their school-record start to league play. The Bulls have won seven straight MAC games, the most since winning eight league games in a row during the 2011-12 season.
The University at Buffalo men's basketball team's home game originally scheduled for Feb. 17 against Bowling Green has been moved to Friday, Feb. 16 and it will be broadcasted nationally on ESPNU. The tip time will be 7pm.
The University at Buffalo men’s basketball team went on a 26-0 run in the first half on Tuesday night, pacing the way for an 83-69 win over Eastern Michigan at Alumni Arena. The victory was UB’s eighth straight and seventh straight by double figures. Buffalo is now 15-5 on the season and a perfect 7-0 in MAC play.
The Bulls will go for their eighth straight win on Tuesday night and look to improve to 7-0 in the MAC for the first time ever. The last time UB won eight straight games was the tale end of 2014-15 when they won their final six regular season games and two in the MAC Tournament to win its first MAC Title. Buffalo leads the all-time series 14-10 over Eastern Michigan and has been extremely successful at Alumni Arena, winning the last six games in Western New York.
For the fourth straight week and the sixth time overall, the University at Buffalo men’s basketball team has earned Mid-American Conference Player of the Week honors as junior Nick Perkins has earned the honor for the second time in the last three weeks.
The University at Buffalo men’s basketball team remained perfect in Mid-American Conference play as the Bulls came away with a hard fought 84-74 road win at Western Michigan, in front of a nationally televised audience on ESPNU. The Bulls improved to 14-5 on the season overall and 6-0 in the MAC. UB has now won seven straight, scoring 80 or more points in all seven of those games for the first time in school history.
Buffalo will look to build its winning streak to seven when the Bulls head to Western Michigan on Friday night for a nationally-televised matchup on ESPNU. This is a meeting of the two teams picked to win their respective divisions in the MAC preseason poll.
The University at Buffalo men’s basketball team put on a second-half clinic on Tuesday night as the Bulls outscored the visiting Northern Illinois Huskies 59-34 over the final 20 minutes, en route to a 95-67 victory at Alumni Arena. The victory kept the Bulls unblemished in league play with a 5-0 record. Overall, it was UB’s sixth straight win as Buffalo improves to 13-5.