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Seniors provide guidance for playoff-bound BU field hockey team

In its final regular season game of the season at New Balance Field, the Boston University field hockey team honored the contributions of an exceptional senior class. Backer Ysi Schieb, forwards Dana Centofanti, Nell Burdis and Ally Alonso and midfielders Madeline Hackett, Anne Fruitema, Caitlin Toomey and Amira Downes each received a bouquet of roses […]

Terrier field hockey earns win in season finale

With another win in the Patriot League, the Boston University field hockey team ended its regular season with a 2-0 victory against Lafayette College. Despite earning a corner six minutes into the game, it was a slow start for the Terriers (12-6, 5-1 Patriot League) as they began to let the Leopards (6-11, 3-3 Patriot […]

Field hockey to play final regular season game

For its final home game and contest of the regular season, the Boston University field hockey team will host Lafayette College Saturday afternoon at New Balance Field. “Lafayette is the defending Patriot League Champions,” said BU coach Sally Starr. “It’s our last conference game, last regular-season game, senior game … they’re a good team, they’re a quality […]

Strong midfielders lead Terrier field hockey

Boston University field hockey coach Sally Starr could not definitively say what the team’s strength was at the beginning of the season. At first, it seemed as if it was in the attacking third, with the great scoring output the team had in its first game. A scoring drought ensued following that game, making the […]

Field hockey splits home series vs. Cal and Duke

In its final nonconference games of the regular season, the Boston University field hockey team left a weekend homestand with a series split. The Terriers (11-6, 4-1 Patriot League) began play this weekend series Friday against the University of California. The Bears (6-10) came into the contest having lost five of their last six, while BU coasted […]