Both the Men's and Women's Basketball teams celebrate their NCAA selections.

The Bulls men's and women's basketball teams learn their dancing partners for the first round of the NCAA Tournament. Photos: Paul Hokanson

UB Bulls stories


Although the women's basketball team fell short in its game against UConn, its performance reinforces its growing reputation as a top program.


UB basketball has reached the big time, and it’s because of a supremely talented senior class that has left a mark on the program unlike any other.


UB senior Jeremy Harris has earned the nickname "Mr. March" for his elevated level of play in the postseason.


Boisterous fans make the Bulls feel right at home as they defeat Arizona State to move into the Round of 32.


For one Bulls fan, her loyalty to the teams trumps a trip to Iceland.


Friday's hard-fought victory sends the women's basketball team into a second-round matchup against second-seed UConn.


UB athletics is no longer an afterthought. It’s part of the national conversation.


Past NCAA Tournament success helps the UB women's basketball team create a mindset for the future.


Veteran broadcasters Josh Whetzel and Paul Peck are the eyes and ears of Bulls fans who can't get to the games.


UB makes its third straight appearance in the Big Dance as the 10th seed in the Albany Region.


Senior CJ Massinburg has been named the MAC Player of the Year and coach Nate Oats has earned his second straight MAC Coach of the Year honor.


The men's basketball team's draw in the NCAA Tournament sets up a potential matchup with former Bulls' coach Bobby Hurley's Arizona State team.

Journey to the Tourney

Watch the men's and women's teams as they prepare for the competition

Dance fever

Images documenting the UB Bulls journey to the NCAA Tournament.

A look back

UBNow congratulates the men's and women's basketball teams on their stellar seasons, and takes a final look at action from the NCAA tournaments. Photos: Meredith Forrest Kulwicki and Dave Crenshaw

Published March 26, 2019