Roundup: Women’s golf finishes sixth in Yale Intercollegiate

The Boston University women’s golf team continued its fall campaign this past weekend, taking part in the Yale Intercollegiate in New Haven, Connecticut. Competing against 16 teams across 54 holes, the Terriers finished sixth in the three-day event. BU’s 917 strokes put them just one stroke behind fifth-place University of Pennsylvania. Yale University, the host school, was victorious with a […]

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Junior Emily Tillo earned her first collegiate win at the Dartmouth Invitational. PHOTO COURTESY OF MIKE TURESKI

Roundup: Women’s golf dominates at Dartmouth Invitational

The Boston University women’s golf team, looking to improve on an already impressive 2013-14 campaign, came ready to play in its season-opening tournament at the Dartmouth Invitational in Hanover, New Hampshire. The Terriers compiled the best 36-hole score in program history, finishing with a two-day total of 595. BU stormed out of the gates Saturday with a score of 291 […]

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Men’s tennis and women’s golf ready to begin campaigns this weekend

Looking to build off impressive debut seasons in the Patriot League conference, both the Boston University men’s tennis team and women’s golf team will open their respective seasons this weekend with tournaments in Rhode Island and New Hampshire. The men’s tennis team will kick off its 2014-15 campaign Friday by participating in the three-day Brown Invitational in Providence, Rhode Island. […]

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Women’s tennis claims Patriot League title

Heading into the Patriot League Tournament as the No. 1 seed, the Boston University women’s tennis team was poised to take home the league title in its first year in the new conference. The team did not disappoint, and the Terriers took home the Patriot League crown with a victory over the second-seeded U.S. Military Academy, 4-1, at the Bucknell […]

Asbjornsson receives rookie honors

The Patriot League announced Monday that Boston University freshman midfielder David Asbjornsson won Patriot League BRINE Rookie of the Week for his efforts against Hofstra University and Monmouth University. The Iceland native adjusted his role for the contest against Hofstra (2-3-1) Sept. 11, as he usually plays the midfield spot, but moved to center back. Junior defender Kelvin Madzongwe, the 2011 America […]

Roundup: Softball team names Jen McIntyre new associate head coach

Last year, the Boston University softball team appointed  coach Kathryn Gleason to take the helm of the team. This year, Gleason will have a new associate head coach as the squad moves into the Patriot League, as Jen McIntyre was named to Gleason’s staff this past Thursday. McIntyre played softball at Penn State and was selected as an Academic All-American during […]

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Women’s golf takes second place at MAAC

Women’s golf takes second place at MAAC

Competing at the MAAC Championship at Disney’s Palm Golf Course in Lake Buena Vista, Fla., over the weekend, the Boston University women’s golf team finished in second place. The Terriers concluded the three-day tournament with a total of 969 points, 48 shots better than last year’s total. Sophomore Kristyna Pavlickova finished five strokes behind the winner with a total of […]

BU struggles on offense in 3-1 loss to UMass Lowell

BU struggles on offense in 3-1 loss to UMass Lowell

LOWELL — The No. 13/15 Boston University men’s hockey team’s chances at hosting a Hockey East quarterfinal game took another hit Saturday night, when the Terriers fell to No. 12 University of Massachusetts-Lowell 3-1 at the Tsongas Center. With the win, Lowell (18-9-2, 12-8-2 Hockey East) swept the seas on series with BU (14-14-2, 11-9-2 Hockey East) for the first […]

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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. […]

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 […]