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Buffalo Bulls Womens Basketball Tickets
League: NCAA Division I
Conference: Mid-American Conference
Arena: Alumni Arena, Amherst, N.Y.
Location: Buffalo, New York
Head Coach: Felisha Legette-Jack
Buffalo Bulls Women's Basketball TicketsThe Buffalo Bulls women's basketball team at State University of New York at Buffalo (aka University at Buffalo) is an NCAA Division I program that competes in the East division of the Mid-American Conference. The team at first began to play basketball during the 1966-1967 season. The team went 15-6 in its first season with coach Brenda Bolay at the helm. The Bulls joined the SUNYAC Conference in 1983. Four years later, the Bulls went 8-2 in conference play to win their first conference championship. The high-point for the team was 2016 when the Bulls broke through to win the Mid-American Conference tournament and receive its first-ever invitation to the NCAA Tournament. The team followed up its 2016 success with a second conference championship in 2019 and NCAA appearances in both 2018 and 2019. The team made it to the Sweet Sixteen round of the tournament in 2018. You can purchase Buffalo Bulls women's basketball tickets at StubHub.
Where can I see a Buffalo Bulls women's basketball game?The Buffalo Bulls women's basketball team plays its home games at Alumni Arena in Amherst, N.Y. The facility is home to both the men and women's basketball team of the University at Buffalo and can seat 6,100 fans.
When is the Buffalo Bulls women's basketball 2019-20 season?The University at Buffalo women's basketball team kicked off its 2019-2020 regular season with a home game against Central Connecticut. The regular season for the team ended on March 4 for the Bulls with a road game against the Akron Zips. The women's team at Buffalo University began post-tournament play with first-round Mid-American Conference tournament action March 7 against Kent State.
Who are some top players with the 2019-20 Buffalo Bulls women's basketball team?Freshman guard Dyaisha Fair played high school basketball at Edison Tech High School in Rochester, N.Y. Fair averaged 21 points a game during regular season play as a freshman for the Buffalo Bulls and was the sixth-leading scorer in the nation. Fair is also a surprisingly tenacious rebounder with 5.6 rebounds per game despite being the second smallest player on her team at 5-foot-6-inches tall. Senior Guard Theresa Onwuka is also a major contributor to the 2019-20 women's team for the University at Buffalo with averages of 14.8 points and 7.5 rebounds per game. Onwuka was on the floor for approximately 35 minutes a game for the Bulls and shot 49.8% from the field during regular season play. Starting point guard Hanna Hall is the smallest member of the Buffalo Bulls women's basketball team at 5-foot-3-inches tall. Hall averaged 7.7 points and 3.5 rebounds per game for the 2019-2020 regular season. She also dished out 3.1 assists per contest.
Who is the coach of the Buffalo Bulls women's basketball team?Felisha Legette-Jack accumulated a record of 143-86 over her first seven years as head coach of the Buffalo Bills women's basketball team. Legette-Jack has also led the Bulls to NCAA Tournament appearances following three of the last four seasons. The University at Buffalo rewarded Leggete-Jack following the 2018-2019 season with a contract extension that will keep her with the team through the 2023-2024 season.
What women's basketball players have been honored by Buffalo University?Janet Lilley attended the University of Buffalo from 1977-1982. Despite playing in only 67 games during her collegiate career, Lilley left Buffalo as the most prolific rebounder in women's college basketball history. She also logged the fifth-best career scoring effort with 1,127. Lilley holds the school record with 16.8 points per game scoring average and is second in career field goals with 480. Lilley pulled down 982 rebounds as a Bull and set the team record with eight blocks in a single game. Brenna Doty played at Buffalo University from 1993-1997. Doty scored 1,703 points as a Bull with half of the points she scored coming from the three-point range. Doty made 46% of her three-pointers as a senior and averaged 3.5 three-point-throws a game. Doty maintained a 14.7 career scoring average while playing for Buffalo and tallied 462 total assists.
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