After seeing her squad lose three out of its last four games after opening the season with a five-game win streak, No. 11 Boston University field hockey coach Sally Starr knows what the Terriers must do to turn things back around – score.
When the No. 11 Boston University field hockey team takes on the University of Vermont Friday, it will be taking its first tangible steps toward defending the America East title that it earned in 2009. As non-conference play comes to a close, the Terriers will be looking to use the experience they gained against some tough NCAA opponents to best the rest of AE.
In their matchup against Old Dominion University on Sunday, the No. 11 Boston University field hockey team controlled nearly every offensive stat in the game except the one that mattered most, as they fell to the Monarchs 1-0 at Jack Barry Field.
After getting shut out by the Monarchs of Old Dominion University on Sunday in their only game of the weekend, the No. 11 Boston University field hockey team passed the halfway point of their season. At this point, it is safe to say that their first five games, during which they earned the best start in team history at 5-0, were more successful than their recent contests, in which they have won only one of their last four.
Boston University field hockey junior forward Andrea Greene has been the best Terrier on attack halfway through the team’s 17-game regular season schedule. She leads No. 11 BU in goals (7) and points (16).
With eight games in the record books and nine left to play, the No. 11 Boston University field hockey team is on the cusp of its season’s midpoint. And, because its next game on Sunday is against Old Dominion University, winners of only two games thus far, it may appear as if the Terriers will be able to cruise into the second half of their season with an easy win.
The No. 13 Boston University field hockey team started last weekend’s slate of games with a clobbering at the hands of No. 5 Michigan State University by a score of 6-1 on Saturday. Their efforts on Sunday, however, yielded a 2-1 victory over Kent State University and put a lot of positive emphasis on what would otherwise have been a weekend that the Terriers would want to forget.
They are six games into the season, but the No. 12 Boston University field hockey team is still experiencing firsts. This weekend in particular, they will have their first opportunity to do something any successful team must accomplish: rebound from a loss.
The No. 13 Boston University field hockey team jumped two spots in the weekly Kookaburra/NFHCA national poll to reach its highest spot since October 2007.
The No. 15 Boston University field hockey team is only six games into its 16-game schedule, but it’s already off to what could be its best season in team history.