The longtime dream of an on-campus fieldhouse at the University at Buffalo will soon be a reality. University at Buffalo Director of Athletics Allen Greene announced on Friday that the university has secured the services of Rochester-based LeChase Construction as the general contractor and New York-based architecture firm CHA for the project.
WIN Magazine released its preseason wrestling rankings on Thursday and three University at Buffalo grapplers were among those ranked. Bryan Lantry is ranked fifth at 133 lbs., Kyle Akins is ranked 10th at 125 and Jake Gunning is ranked 20th at 285 lbs.
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The University at Buffalo wrestling program has released its schedule for the 2017-18 season and it looks to be the most challenging in head coach John Stutzman’s tenure. UB’s opponents include Missouri, Michigan State, Iowa and two-time defending national champion Penn State.
The NCAA released annual Division I Academic Progress Rate (APR) data on Thursday afternoon and nine UB programs had perfect single-year rates for 2015-16, while men’s tennis continues to lead the charge with a perfect four-year rate.
University at Buffalo wrestling head coach John Stutzman has assembled another impressive recruiting class – a common theme in recent years. The 10-member class is comprised of wrestlers that have made 25 state appearances, have won 16 state medals and four state championships.
University at Buffalo wrestler Kyle Akins was named to the National Wrestling Coaches Association All-Academic Team on Tuesday. Awarded annually, the NWCA All-Academic Team is comprised of 135 student-athletes.
Three University at Buffalo wrestlers were named to the Academic All-Mid-American Conference team, the league announced on Wednesday. Kyle Akins, Muhamed McBryde and Brett Perry were all named to the squad.
Bryan Lantry came painfully close to becoming just the second University at Buffalo Division I Wrestling All-American, but lost an overtime heartbreaker to ninth-ranked Scotty Parker of Lehigh at the NCAA Championships in St. Louis on Friday night. The loss ended the Bulls run at the NCAAs.
The NCAA Wrestling Championships begin tomorrow in St. Louis and the University at Buffalo will have three representatives competing. The journey for Kyle Akins, Bryan Lantry and Jake Gunning begins tomorrow.
The initial brackets for the 2017 NCAA Wrestling Championships were released on Wednesday. The University at Buffalo wrestling team has three wrestlers competing. Kyle Akins (125 lbs.), Bryan Lantry (133 lbs.) and Jake Gunning (285 lbs.) will all be making the trip to St. Louis beginning March 16.
Jake Gunning won the individual title at 285 lbs. at the Mid-American Conference Wrestling Championships on Sunday afternoon at Northern Iowa University. Gunning defeated Gage Hutchison of Eastern Michigan for Buffalo’s first individual title since 2011.
Bryan Lantry and Jake Gunning will compete for Mid-American Conference titles on Sunday after impressive showings on day one of the 2017 Mid-American Conference Championships. In addition, seven other UB wrestlers advanced to Sunday with solid wins.
The University at Buffalo wrestling team heads to Cedar Falls, IA this weekend for the Mid-American Conference Championships. Hosted by Northern Iowa, the preliminaries are on Saturday, March 4 with the finals on Sunday, March 5.
Competing in their final dual of the season, the University at Buffalo wrestling team took down Binghamton, 31-9, at the Binghamton Events Center on Friday night. It was the Bulls’ 11th dual win of the season which is their most since 2004.
The University at Buffalo wrestling team will compete in their final dual of the season Friday when they travel to Binghamton to face the Bearcats. The Bulls are looking to win their 11th dual of the season which would be their most since 2004.
The University at Buffalo wrestling team made history on Sunday, defeating Northern Illinois, 20-17, for their fourth Mid-American Conference win of the season – a program record. It was also UB’s 10th overall dual win of the year, marking the second straight season the Bulls have won 10 duals.
The University at Buffalo wrestling team will close out Mid-American Conference action this weekend when they hit the road for a pair of duals. The Bulls will wrestle at Northern Iowa on Friday night and at Northern Illinois on Sunday afternoon.
Trailing, 12-0, in its match against Eastern Michigan, the University at Buffalo wrestling team rallied for a 20-12 victory at Alumni Arena on Friday night. The Bulls improved to 9-4 overall and have won eight of their last nine duals.
The University at Buffalo wrestling team will close out its home schedule by hosting a pair of Mid-American duals this weekend. Buffalo will host Eastern Michigan on Friday night at 7 pm and Central Michigan on Sunday at 2pm.