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Lacrosse picks up big win vs. Harvard

On a sunny day in front of a packed house, the Boston University women’s lacrosse team came away with a thrilling 12-11 comeback victory over Harvard University Friday night. Just more than one minute after the initial draw, the Crimson (2-6) were on the attack after a ground-ball pickup led to their first goal of […]

Lacrosse facing physical Crimson team

After suffering a tough overtime loss to America East opponent University of Maryland-Baltimore County Saturday, the Boston University women’s lacrosse team will look to turn its season around Friday night, when the Terriers (2-5, 0-1 America East) take on Harvard University at Nickerson Field. The Terriers last faced off against the Crimson (2-4) Feb. 25 […]

Lacrosse loses Monica Baumgartner to injury

While suffering a tough overtime loss to University of Maryland-Baltimore County was certainly a tough pill for the Boston University women’s lacrosse team to swallow, perhaps the toughest takeaway from the game was the injury to senior defender Monica Baumgartner. Halfway through the first half of Saturday’s game, Baumgartner went down with what appeared to […]

Lacrosse shows defensive skills in overtime loss

Opening conference play against the University of Maryland-Baltimore County, the Boston University women’s lacrosse team’s strong defense was on display Saturday afternoon at Nickerson Field despite its 7-6 loss. In the opening period, the Terriers (2-5, 0-1 America East) held UMBC (7-2, 1-0 America East) to one goal, taking a 3-1 lead into the locker […]

Offensive woes doom Terriers in overtime loss against UMBC

Opening America East play for the final time, the Boston University women’s lacrosse team fell to the University of Maryland-Baltimore County Retrievers 7-6 in a heartbreaking overtime loss Saturday afternoon at Nickerson Field. While the Terriers’ (2-5, 0-1 America East) defense was tenacious and stout throughout the game, it was lack of execution on the […]