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Lefort, Peters take home top athlete awards

At the Francis D. Burke Club Room at Agganis Arena Tuesday night, eight Terriers awarded at the student-athlete awards reception for their performances in the 2013-14 academic year. Sophomore Sarah Lefort highlighted the event for the women when she won the Mildred Barnes Award for BU’s top female athlete. On the men’s side, senior Rich […]

Fish and Chipps: Replacing legends

Quarterback Blake Sims has been on one hell of a ride. Since he began playing for the University of Alabama Crimson Tide in 2011, he has won two national titles and watched his team amass an incredible 36-4 record over that time span. You’ve probably never heard of Blake Sims though, and for good reason. […]

Crimson unbeaten in previous 20

With momentum on its side, the Boston University softball team will look to continue its six-game winning streak with four games at home in as many days. First up for the Terriers (25-18, 8-4 Patriot League) is a Thursday afternoon matchup against cross-river rival Harvard University. Much like BU, the Crimson (27-11) are playing with a lot […]

Men’s lacrosse more effective on road

After a stretch of five straight home games in the first half of the season, the Boston University men’s lacrosse team traveled to Easton, Pa. on March 15 to defeat Lafayette College 12-7. In their last game on April 19, the Terriers (2-11, 2-6 Patriot League) were again victorious on the road in a 9-8 victory against […]

Women’s lacrosse heads to Baltimore for Patriot League semifinal

After besting Lehigh University 14-9 in the Patriot League quarterfinal round, the Boston University women’s lacrosse team is set to take on the four-time defending Patriot League champions U.S. Naval Academy Thursday in the Patriot League semifinals in Baltimore. The third-seeded Terriers (8-9, 5-3 Patriot League) pose a threat to the No. 2 Midshipmen (14-2, 6-2 Patriot […]