Buffalo Bulls baseball

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Buffalo Bulls
Founded: 1916 (1916)
Buffalo Bulls athletic logo

University University at Buffalo
Conference MAC
East Division
Location Amherst, NY
Head Coach Ron Torgalski (8th year)
Home Stadium Amherst Audubon Field
(Capacity: 500)
Nickname Bulls

Blue and White

For information on all University at Buffalo sports, see Buffalo Bulls

The Buffalo Bulls baseball team is a varsity intercollegiate athletic team of the University at Buffalo in Amherst, New York, USA.[1] The team is a member of the Mid-American Conference East division, which is part of the National Collegiate Athletic Association's Division I. The team plays its home games at Amherst Audubon Field in Amherst, New York.[2] The Bulls are coached by Ron Torgalski.


The year 1949 is considered the official inaugural season of U.B. varsity baseball. But baseball’s start at U.B. goes back much further. There are newspaper accounts of a U.B. team from as early as 1894. From 1914–1920, several good U.B. teams took to the diamond playing some of the best teams in the country including Pitt, Army, Michigan State and Syracuse.[3]

Year-by-year results[edit]

Season Coach Overall Conference Standing Postseason
Records unavailable (1916–1916)
No program (1917–1948)
Records unavailable (1949–1987)
No program (1988–1999)
Independent (2000–2000)
2000 Bill Breene 12-35
Mid-American Conference (2001–present)
2001[4] Bill Breene 11-39 5-23 7th (East)
2002[5] Bill Breene 16-28 6-17 6th (East)
2003[6] Bill Breene 16-37 5-21 6th (East)
2004[7] Bill Breene 15-39 4-18 6th (East)
2005[8] Bill Breene 19-30-1 5-14-1 6th (East)
2006[9] Bill Breene 15-37 6-21 6th (East)
2007[10] Ron Torgalski 16-35 11-16 3rd (East)
2008[11] Ron Torgalski 14-38 7-19 6th (East)
2009[12] Ron Torgalski 20-35 6-20 6th (East)
2010[13] Ron Torgalski 23-29 9-18 5th (East)
2011[14] Ron Torgalski 14-38 3-22 6th (East)
2012[15] Ron Torgalski 20-36 10-16 4th (East)
2013[16] Ron Torgalski 33-24 19-7 2nd (East)
2014[17] Ron Torgalski 26-26 13-13 4th (East)

      National champion  
      Conference regular season champion         Conference regular season and conference tournament champion
      Division regular season champion       Division regular season and conference tournament champion
      Conference tournament champion

Major League Baseball[edit]

Buffalo has had 31 Major League Baseball Draft selections since the draft began in 1965.[18]

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