The No. 8 Boston University women’s hockey team will look to stay hot in conference play tonight against the No. 5 University of New Hampshire at Whittemore Center in Durham, N.H.
Concluding a difficult six-game homestand that saw virtually every bout go down to the wire, an 8-1 victory for the Boston University women’s hockey team over the University of Maine Saturday at Agganis Arena was not something the Terriers were used to, but they will most certainly take it.
With two more Hockey East wins in the books, the No. 8 Boston University women’s hockey team has plenty to be optimistic about. One of those reasons is the Terriers’ first and second-year talent.
Last Oct. 27, the Boston University men’s hockey team returned to Commonwealth Avenue licking its wounds from back-to-back drubbings at the hands of the University of Michigan following a dreadful weekend trip to Ann Arbor.
With a 0-4-1 record to close out last October, the Terriers managed to throw just four pucks past University of Michigan goaltender Billy Sauer in a pair of lopsided road losses last season.
Members of the Massachusetts Green Party urged voters to consider the issues ‘-‘- not the personalities ‘-‘- for the 2008 presidential election when voting in November.
People are not apathetic to voting in the United States, but instead many do not understand the importance of their vote, Massachusetts Green Party Co-Chairwoman Merelice, who legally goes by one name, said.
‘Your vote is your voice,’ she said in a speech Sunday morning at the Community Church of Boston. ‘Your voice really needs to be heard and not just on the candidates.’
The Green Party achieved success this election year after gaining a presidential nominee in Cynthia McKinney on the November ballot. McKinney and her running mate, Rosa Clemente, will appear on the ballot in 32 states.
The No. 10 Boston University women’s hockey team stayed hot against ranked competition with an upset win over the No. 4 University of New Hampshire last night at Walter Brown Arena.
They did it by controlling the ice. They did it with great defense. And they did it in style. Despite multiple in-game setbacks and emotions flying around the rink like pucks, the No. 10 Boston University women’s hockey team was able to keep its cool and complete an upset that will go down as one of the best in program history.
The No. 6 Boston University men’s hockey team welcomes the No. 5 University of Michigan to Agganis Arena tomorrow night looking to rebound from its first loss of the season.
In the midst of a daunting six-game homestand, the No. 10 Boston University’s women’s hockey team will commence Hockey East play tonight against the No. 4 University of New Hampshire at Walter Brown Arena.