Three members of the men's team scored more than 20 points on the day; Ronaldo Segu, seen here, added 21 points and seven assists.
Senior Josh Mballa led the Bulls with 26 points and 17 rebounds, and topped off his performance with five blocks.
The UB women huddle before the game. The Bulls were aggressive from the start, turning defense into offense to take an early 10-4 lead.
Coach Felisha Legette-Jack pumps up the team. UB led for all but 1:20 of the game and assisted on 24-of-33 made field goals, a season-high.
Dyaisha Fair looks to make a play. Fair and Summer Hemphill combined for 54 points to power the Bulls to a 92-75 win over the Chippewas.
Summer Hemphill dribbles up the floor after snagging a rebound. Hemphill hit her stride with the mid-range game, knocking down three straight jumpers to give UB a 57-45 lead and force a CMU timeout at the 6:27 mark.
The Bulls scored 34 points off 27 CMU turnovers, while also turning 14 steals into 27 fastbreak points. UB also scored 47 points in the paint and 16 second chance points off 13 offensive rebounds.
Published January 4, 2022