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Foul Shots: No more Mo

The fact that guard Maurice Watson Jr. even came to Boston University is a bit of a surprise to begin with. Coming out of high school, Watson was one of the top-100 players in the country, according to ESPN. He had offers from Texas Tech University and Princeton University, among other schools. But he came […]

Men’s lacrosse continues struggles against ranked teams

While struggling to find its identity in its first year as a program, the Boston University men’s lacrosse team has had to endure battles with some of the nation’s premier teams. In their last three games, the Terriers (1-11, 1-6 Patriot League) have played No. 16 the U.S. Military Academy, No. 20 Harvard University and […]

Women’s lacrosse set to make short road trip to Harvard

Looking to get back into the win column for the first time in two weeks, the Boston University women’s lacrosse team will head to Cambridge Wednesday night where the Terriers will face off with Harvard University. The Terriers (6-8, 4-3 Patriot League) started off their first year in the Patriot League with a good run, […]

Rain cancels softball for 8th time in 2014

Ailing the Boston University softball team this season is a propensity for games to get canceled or postponed due to weather. The Terriers (20-18, 5-4 Patriot League) were set to take on the University of Massachusetts-Amherst on Tuesday afternoon before high winds and strong rain in the Boston area prevented the game from taking place. […]

The Blue Line: Starving?

Shabazz Napier, star senior guard of the National Champion University of Connecticut men’s basketball team and the NCAA’s Most Outstanding Player, has stated that sometimes he goes to bed “starving.” As a result, Connecticut state lawmakers are now investigating legislative methods allowing athletes at UConn unionize. A very similar situation recently occurred at Northwestern University. […]