University at Buffalo head women’s tennis coach Kristen Maines has announced the promotion of longtime assistant coach Smaranda Stan McNerney to associate head coach. Stan is in her sixth season as a full-time coach and in her seventh season on staff after competing for the Bulls from 2005-09.
The University at Buffalo women’s tennis team won 28 of their 31 matches over the weekend as they dominated both doubles and singles at the UB Indoor Invitational, capping off a solid fall season. Playing competition from St. John’s, Rutgers, and Binghamton, the Bulls won all 10 doubles matches.
The University at Buffalo women’s tennis team will wrap up the fall portion of their schedule this weekend when they host the UB Indoor Invitational from Friday through Sunday at the Miller Tennis Center.
The University at Buffalo women’s tennis team wrapped up play at the ITA Northeast Regionals this past weekend, putting together several positive performances. In all, the Bulls had four players compete in singles and two duos compete in doubles.
The University at Buffalo women’s tennis team sent five players to the ITA Northeast Regionals, which got underway on Thursday at the University of Pennsylvania. The five players are the most that Buffalo has sent to the ITA Regionals under head coach Kristen Maines as UB placed four in the singles field, while also putting two doubles teams into the field.
The University at Buffalo women’s tennis team concluded the UB Invitational on Sunday with an impressive performance in singles as four Buffalo players found its way into the finals of its respective flights, including two flight champions.
In recognition of a leadership gift made by the Murchie family to the recently announced fieldhouse, the UB Council endorsed a resolution, on Monday, to name the new fieldhouse at the University at Buffalo, the Murchie Family Fieldhouse in honor of former UB hockey player Tunney Murchie and his family. The naming is subject to the approval of the SUNY Chancellor and the SUNY Board of Trustees.
The University at Buffalo women’s tennis team opened its 2017 fall season this past weekend as it faced some stiff competition at the Harvard Fall Classic. The Bulls put forth a good showing in the hidden dual format, picking up victories against Delaware, Harvard, Georgetown and Air Force.
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.
CLEVELAND, OH - The Mid-American Conference announced today the Distinguished Scholar Athletes from the eight spring sports during the 2016-2017 academic season. Among the list of 186 athletes, were eight University at Buffalo student-athletes. This list was voted on by the faculty athletic representatives, and represents the "best of the best" from each sports' Academic All-MAC teams.
The University at Buffalo’s first doubles team of Tanja Stojanovska and Margarita Kotok finished the 2016-17 season ranked ninth in the Northeast Region, the Intercollegiate Tennis Association announced late Wednesday night when they unveiled their final regional rankings.
University at Buffalo women’s tennis assistant coach Smaranda Stan has been named the ITA Northeast Region Assistant Coach of the Year, the organization announced late Monday. Stan helped guide the Bulls to their second MAC Title and NCAA appearance in school history.
The University at Buffalo women’s tennis team put up a valiant effort against the number two ranked team in the nation on Saturday afternoon, but the Ohio State Buckeyes came away with a 4-0 win over the Bulls in the first round of the 2017 NCAA Tournament. The loss was UB’s first in over a month.
The Mid-American Conference Champion University at Buffalo women’s tennis team will begin NCAA Tournament action on Saturday afternoon when the Bulls face Ohio State at noon at the Varsity Tennis Courts.
The Mid-American Conference Champion University at Buffalo women’s tennis team placed three member on the Academic All-MAC Team, the conference office announced on Thursday afternoon. Honored for the Bulls were sophomores Chantal Martinez Blanco, Mercedes Losada Rubio, and Sanjana Sudhir.
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.
The University at Buffalo women’s tennis team will head to Columbus, OH for the opening rounds of the NCAA Tournament as the Bulls will face the third-seeded Ohio State Buckeyes in the first round, the NCAA announced on Tuesday during the NCAA Women’s Tennis Selection Show. The Bulls and Buckeyes will square off on Saturday, May 13 at 12:00pm.
Fresh off their Mid-American Conference Titles this past weekend, the University at Buffalo men’s and women’s tennis teams will find out where their seasons will continue on Tuesday night as the NCAA will unveil the brackets live. The teams will be holding a Selection Show party at the Miller Tennis Center beginning at 4:30pm.
The University at Buffalo women’s tennis team claimed the 2017 Mid-American Conference Tournament Championship on Sunday afternoon as the third-seeded Bulls defeated #4 Miami, 4-2. With the win, the Bulls have earned the MAC’s automatic bid into the NCAA Tournament.
The University at Buffalo women’s tennis team advanced to the Mid-American Conference Championship match on Saturday with a 4-2 win over second-seeded Akron in the MAC Semifinals. The #3 Bulls will now face #4 Miami in tomorrow’s final with an automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament at stake.
The University at Buffalo women’s tennis team won its opening match at the MAC Tournament on Friday as the Bulls swept Western Michigan, 4-0, in the MAC Quarterfinals. With the win, the third-seeded Bulls will face #2 Akron tomorrow in the MAC Semifinals.
The Mid-American Conference announced its women’s tennis postseason honors on Wednesday afternoon and Tanja Stojanovska was named to the All-MAC First Team, while Chantal Martinez Blanco was named to the All-MAC Second Team.
The University at Buffalo women’s tennis team closed out the regular season with its fifth straight victory, defeating Toledo 4-3. The Bulls improved to 5-3 in MAC play as they begin next week’s conference tournament as the third seed.
The University at Buffalo women’s tennis team won their fourth straight match on Friday afternoon as the Bulls defeated Eastern Michigan 6-1. The victory clinched a spot in the upcoming Mid-American Conference tournament for UB.