Cross Country

Paulson leads men’s cross country at Paul Short Invitational

The Boston University cross country team competed at the biggest meet of the season so far, the Paul Short Invitational, hosted by Lehigh University in Bethlehem, Pa., on Friday. Led by senior Matt Paulson, who finished 32nd overall with a time of 24:43, the BU men placed 15th out of 37 competitive teams. He was joined in the top 100 […]

Cross country prepares for big meet at Paul Short Invitational

After back-to-back victories by the men to begin the season, the Boston University cross country team looks to continue its success at the Paul Short Invitational hosted by Lehigh University in Bethlehem, Pa., on Friday. BU will face some of the top programs on the East Coast as it competes against 38 teams in the gold division, including Columbia University, […]

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Roundup: Softball wins first two games under new coaching staff

The Boston University softball team has begun its fall schedule of the 2012–13 academic year on a positive note. The reigning America East championship team holds a record of 2–0 and has outscored its opponents 7–1 under first-year head coach Kathryn Gleason. In a double-header on Sept. 15, the Terriers defeated Providence College 5–1, before shutting out Bryant University 2–0. […]

Peters, men’s cross country take first place in UNH Invitational

Fueled by a pair of stellar season debuts, the Boston University cross country team impressed for the second consecutive week at the University of New Hampshire Invitational on Friday. Junior Rich Peters easily claimed first place in his first race of the season with a time of 25:07.81, winning the eight-kilometer course by over a minute. His win led the […]

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Men’s, women’s XC has strong showing in first meet of season

The Boston University cross country team kicked off its season on Saturday with a strong showing on a humid day at the Bryant University Invitational in Smithfield, R.I. “First meets, you have to wait and see what happens,” said BU coach Bruce Lehane. “Sometimes you get bizarre results.” But the results were anything but bizarre as the men showed continued […]

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Track and field find success in two separate invitationals

The Boston University men’s and women’s track and field teams experienced success in two different meets last weekend. On April 20-21, the Terriers participated in the Larry Ellis Invitational in Princeton, N.J. Junior R.J. Page led BU with a first-place finish in the 200-meter dash on Saturday. Page’s classmate Stephen Vitale also fared well with a fourth place finish in […]

Three student athletes honored by BU for leadership, ability

The Boston University Athletic Department announced Wednesday that it would honor three student athletes during its Hall of Fame induction ceremony. Senior captain Chris Connolly of the men’s hockey team and senior tri-captain Brittany Heist of the women’s soccer team will receive the Aldo “Buff” Donelli Memorial Leadership Award, which is given to a current male and female senior and […]

Terriers combine for 23 top-10 finishes during three different meets

In a weekend of three different meets, the Boston University women’s track team recorded 13 top-10 finishes in locations spread across the country. BU sent athletes to the Stanford Invitational in Palo Alto, Calif., the Florida Relays in Gainesville, Fla., and one closer to home in the George Davis Invitational in Lowell. The Terriers only had one runner finish in […]

Weekly roundup: Track and field favored in preseason poll

America East released its preseason coaches’ polls on Wednesday, projecting the Boston University women’s team to be at the top of the conference and the men’s team second in the conference. The women’s team is the reigning America East champion and led the conference with 61 points and in first-place votes with five. The University of Albany is ranked second […]

Weekly Roundup: Two members of wrestling team qualify for NCAAs

After losing three of its last four meets, the Boston University wrestling team placed fourth during the Colonial Athletic Association championship on Saturday. Two Terriers, junior Kyle Czarnecki and sophomore Kevin Innis, each qualified for NCAAs for the first time in their collegiate careers. After falling in the 174-pound championship to top-seeded Te Edwards of Old Dominion University, Czarnecki won […]