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.
The No. 13 Boston University lacrosse team struggled to score goals early in the game and ultimately couldn’t recover on its way to an 11-9 defeat against Yale University Wednesday afternoon at Nickerson Field. The Terriers, with the loss, fall to 4-4, while Yale improves to 4-4.
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.
With just under four minutes left in Saturday’s game against No. 15/9 University of Notre Dame, the No. 11/12 Boston University lacrosse team was sitting pretty.
The No. 11/12 Boston University lacrosse team gave up a three-goal lead late in the second half on its way to losing a 7-6 heartbreaker in double overtime against No. 15/9 University of Notre Dame on Saturday.
Depending on whose poll you look at, the No. 11/12 Boston University women’s lacrosse team is either the favorite or underdog heading into its noon matchup against the No. 15/9 University of Notre Dame at Nickerson Field on Saturday.
The No. 11/12 Boston University lacrosse team crushed Harvard University in the first half of its Wednesday afternoon game, aided by explosive scoring and solid goaltending in a decisive 13-9 victory.
The Boston University lacrosse team used a strong defensive first half to get past the pesky Harvard University Crimson.