Cross Country

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

Weekly Roundup: Swimming and Diving makes waves at Championships

After participating in the four-day meet, the Boston University men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams […]

Roundup: Two Terriers break own records at Valentine Invitational

Boston University sophomore runner Rich Peters topped his own school record for fastest mile on Saturday […]

Cross country falls just short of America East gold

For much of the season, the Boston University cross country team worked toward several common goals, […]

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Peters, cross country impress at Codfish Bowl

Both the women and men’s cross-country teams took a running start this Saturday at the 2011 […]

by · September 25, 2011 · 0 comments · Cross Country, Sports

Peters’ win highlights successful first meet for cross country

With a blank slate and a new season immediately ahead of it, the Boston University cross […]

by · September 13, 2011 · 0 comments · Cross Country, Sports

M. cross country wins first AE title since 2000

The Boston University men’s cross country team captured its first conference championship since 2000 when it took first place in the America East championship Saturday afternoon at Franklin Park. Graduate student Eric Ashe led the way for the Terriers with a second-place time of 24:22.29 on the eight-kilometer course, finishing nearly 18 seconds behind University of Maine junior Riley Masters.

by · November 1, 2010 · 0 comments · Cross Country, Sports