A road trip to Virginia proved disappointing for the Boston University field hockey team this weekend. Looking to extend its first winning streak of the year, BU instead lost a tough 2-0 decision to the No. 4 University of Virginia Friday night before falling in a 2-1 double overtime nail-biter to No. 15 Old Dominion University Sunday afternoon.
This weekend’s competitions against the University of Virginia and Old Dominion University will mark the midpoint of the season for the Boston University women’s field hockey. The road trip could be a crucial turning point in the season for the Terriers (3-5) whether they win or lose.
After a week of heartbreak against local rivals, a game against Sacred Heart University (1-6) was just what the doctor ordered for the Boston University field hockey team, as the Terriers dominated the Pioneers in a 7-0 thrashing Saturday at Jack Barry Field. BU followed up the trouncing with a 1-0 victory at Dartmouth College Sunday.
The Boston University field hockey team will look for its second win of the year against Sacred Heart University on Saturday at Jack Barry Field.
After three straight losses, including two by a single goal, the Boston University field hockey team has slipped out of the national rankings. It’s easy to blame the Terriers’ (1-5) early struggles on an inexperienced roster or on a difficult schedule that included four ranked teams.
Despite what BU coach Sally Starr called one of the team’s best performances so far, the No. 19 Boston University field hockey team lost its home opener to No. 10 Boston College in overtime, 4-3, on Saturday, before dropping its game Sunday at Northeastern University by the same score.
With shuttle service to Jack Barry Field, free burgers before the match and BU basketball players in attendance, the No. 19 Boston University field hockey team pulled out all the stops for its home opener against No. 10 Boston College. Not even a gray and rainy day could dampen the spirits of the team and its fans.
The Boston University field hockey team will look to improve its record in its home opener this Saturday against local-rival No. 10 Boston College at Jack Berry Field. The game will be the first in non-tournament play this season for the Terriers.
The No. 19 Boston University field hockey team has become accustomed to playing in the postseason, thanks to three-consecutive America East Conference championships and NCAA Tournament appearances.
Led by a hat trick from senior co-captain Nikki Lloyd, the Boston University field hockey team knocked off the No. 17 University of Massachusetts-Amherst, 3-2, Friday. The Terriers then lost the second game of their trip in the UMass Invitational Sunday, 3-1, at the hands of the No. 9 University of Iowa.