The No. 17 Boston University lacrosse team plays its second game within the America East Saturday at noon against the University of Maryland-Baltimore County at UMBC stadium.
The No. 17 Boston University lacrosse team smothered conference rival University of New Hampshire (7-4, 1-1) in what was thought to be an America East championship preview. With the 10-4 win on Nickerson field yesterday afternoon, the Terriers (6-6, 2-0) bounced back from a two game losing streak and proved their prowess in the America East conference.
The No. 18 Boston University lacrosse team prepares for one of the biggest rivalries in the America East as it takes on No. 17 University of New Hampshire today at 4 p.m. on Nickerson Field. The matchup could prove to be a preview for the America East Championship later this spring.
Common sense dictates that anyone looking for answers concerning the Boston University lacrosse team’s recent struggles should look either to the offensive or defensive end of the field. However, if Saturday’s loss to Syracuse University was any indication, perhaps it’s the middle of the field that’s giving the team the most trouble.
The No. 17/18 Boston University lacrosse team suffered its second straight loss Saturday afternoon at Nickerson Field against No. 8/9 Syracuse University, 17-11, to fall below .500 for the first time this season.
The No. 17/18 Boston University lacrosse team dropped a tough loss to No. 8 Dartmouth College on Wednesday afternoon, but the Terriers (5-5) will attempt to rebound against No. 9 Syracuse University (5-3) at 1 p.m. this Saturday.
The No. 18 Boston University lacrosse team travels to Hanover, N.H. for an afternoon date with No. 9 Dartmouth College at Scully Fahey Field today.
It wasn’t going to happen. Not this time.
The No. 13 Boston University lacrosse team entered the season with high expectations, but eight games in, the Terriers have compiled a record of 4-4, including two straight home losses to the University of Notre Dame and Yale University.
Defensive breakdowns, poor goalkeeping and offensive stubbornness contributed to the No. 13 Boston University lacrosse team’s 11-9 loss to the Yale University Bulldogs yesterday.