The University at Buffalo women’s tennis team will hit the road for the first time this spring season as the Bulls will play two matches in Pittsburgh, PA against Duquesne and Towson. Buffalo is coming off a 2-0 weekend with wins over Niagara and Siena and currently stands 3-0 on the year.
The University at Buffalo women’s tennis team completed their first spring weekend undefeated after taking down Siena 6-1 on Saturday afternoon at the Miller Tennis Center. The Bulls improved to 3-0 on the season with the win.
The University at Buffalo women’s tennis team dominated their spring opener on Friday afternoon, defeating Niagara 7-0 at the Miller Tennis Center. UB won all six singles matches in straight sets, dropping just 15 games overall amongst the six matches.
Having won two straight Mid-American Conference titles, the University at Buffalo women’s tennis team has another honor that they can claim, and that it is the top GPA for the fall semester of 2018 amongst all UB athletic programs.
The University at Buffalo women’s tennis team was selected as the preseason pick to win the Mid-American Conference title, the league office announced on Friday morning. The Bulls, who have won MAC titles in each of the last two years, are looking for their third straight MAC crown.
The University at Buffalo women’s tennis team began the season on Saturday with a 5-2 dual win over Carnegie Mellon in a match that was played at Niagara University. Last season, Carnegie Mellon went 20-5, making it all the way to the third round of the NCAA Tournament.
The Mid-American Conference champion University at Buffalo women’s tennis team earned ITA Academic Team honors, while four individuals were named scholar athletes, the Intercollegiate Tennis Association announced.
The Mid-American Conference announced today the Distinguished Scholar Athletes from the eight spring sports during this 2017-18 academic season as 138 students were voted by faculty athletic representatives at MAC institutions representing the ‘best of the best’ from each sports Academic All-MAC Teams. Buffalo, which sponsors teams in five of the right sports, had seven individuals named Distinguished Scholar Athletes.
Fresh off their second straight Mid-American title, the Tennis Recruiting Network believes that the University at Buffalo women’s tennis team is primed for more success as they have ranked the incoming recruiting class as sixth nationally amongst mid-major programs. This is the first time that UB has made this list.
The Intercollegiate Tennis Association released their final regional rankings for the 2018 season late last week and junior Chantal Martinez Blanco finished ranked 19th in singles amongst all players in the Northeast, while the 2018 MAC Champion Bulls finished 10th overall.
Fresh off their best season in school history, University at Buffalo women’s tennis head coach Kristen Maines has been named the Northeast Regional Coach of the Year, the Intercollegiate Tennis Association announced.
The University at Buffalo women’s tennis team saw their season come to an end on Friday as the Bulls lost 4-0 to Northwestern in the first round of the NCAA Tournament. For the first time in school history, the Bulls won multiple sets in singles action, claiming a pair of first sets.
The Mid-American Conference Champion University at Buffalo women’s tennis team placed four individuals on the Academic All-MAC Team, the conference office announced on Friday morning. The four honorees tie Toledo and Western Michigan for the most of any team in the league.
The Mid-American Conference Champion University at Buffalo women’s tennis team will take their 14-match winning streak into NCAA Tournament action on Friday afternoon, as the Bulls will face Northwestern in the opening round. The match will begin at 4pm EST. The winner will advance to Saturday’s Round of 32 against either Kentucky or Kansas State.
The University at Buffalo women’s tennis team will head to Evanston, IL for the opening rounds of the NCAA Tournament as the Bulls will face 14th seeded Northwestern in the first round, the NCAA announced on Tuesday during the NCAA Women’s Tennis Selection Show. The Bulls and Wildcats will square off on Friday, May 11 at 12pm central time.
The University at Buffalo women’s tennis team successfully defended their Mid-American Conference title on Sunday afternoon as the Bulls won their 14th straight match, defeating Miami, 4-2, in the 2018 Mid-American Conference championship match. With the victory, the Bulls have claimed the MAC’s automatic bid and will move on to the NCAA Tournament, which begins on May 11.
The University at Buffalo women’s tennis team won its 13th straight match on Saturday as the Bulls advanced to the Mid-American Conference Championship match with a 4-1 win over Bowling Green in the MAC Semifinals. The Bulls will play for the title on Sunday at 12pm as they go for their second straight tournament crown.
The women’s tennis team has dominated the Mid-American Conference this season going 8-0 in the conference and 15-3 overall. This is the team’s first conference title in a regular season and the team is riding a 12-match winning streak as they head to the conference tournament hosted by Ball State in Muncie, IN this weekend.
After winning their first Mid-American Conference regular season title, the University at Buffalo women’s tennis team cleaned up on the postseason awards as head coach Kristen Maines was named the 2018 Mid-American Conference Coach of the Year, while Tanja Stojanovska, Chantal Martinez Blanco, and Lolade Ogungbesan all earned All-MAC honors.