The No. 11 Boston University lacrosse team clinched its fifth-straight America East regular-season title and its ninth-straight win Saturday with a 19-5 romp over Binghamton University at Nickerson Field.
With Saturday’s commanding 19-5 victory over Binghamton University, the Boston University women’s lacrosse team showcased its offensive depth with 10 different players registering points. But the secret to the Terriers’ success this season lies in its four junior attackers.
The Boston University lacrosse team returns home to Nickerson Field this Saturday looking to extend its eight-game winning streak and its undefeated conference record against Binghamton University. The draw is set for 12 p.m.
With most of Terrier Nation’s attention on hockey, the No. 12 Boston University lacrosse team mounted a comeback of its own to take down conference rival the University of Vermont, 12-9, on Saturday in Burlington, Vt.
Following a dominating win over Boston College on Wednesday, the No. 12 Boston University women’s lacrosse team looks to continue its seven-game wining streak when it travels to the University of Vermont Saturday to face the conference rival Catamounts at 3 p.m.
With Boston College wearing pink jerseys and the Boston University lacrosse team using pink stick handles, the B-line rivals collaborated to raise money and awareness, selling t-shirts to fight women’s cancers on behalf of the Kay Yow/WBCA Cancer Fund.
The Boston University lacrosse team takes a break from its conference schedule today to play an UnderArmour Power in Pink breast cancer awareness game against cross-town rival Boston College at 4 p.m.
With seven points apiece from senior Sarah Dalton and junior McKinley Curro, the No. 12 Boston University lacrosse team continued its domination of the America East on Saturday, defeating Stony Brook University, 17-13, in Long Island.
After being held scoreless in a half for the first time this season, the No. 12 Boston University lacrosse team rallied to defeat conference rival No. 18 University of New Hampshire on the road, 9-8.
Since 2002, the No. 12 Boston University Terriers (6-3, 1-0) and No. 20 University of New Hampshire Wildcats (7-4, 1-1) have faced each other in every final of the America East Championship, with BU claiming six of those seven titles.