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Peters becomes first Terrier to qualify for NCAA Championships since 2003

Going into the fall 2012 season’s cross country NCAA Northeast Regional in New London, Conn., junior Rich Peters was determined to make an impact. By finishing ninth in the men’s 10-kilometer race on Friday and qualifying for the NCAA Championships, he did just that. For a while in the race, there was a bit of […]

Terriers finish season without trip to NCAA tournament

Following its big upset against the No. 10 Northeastern Huskies, the No. 18 Boston University field hockey team’s coach Sally Starr spoke about finishing the season with two decisive wins against Fairfield University and Yale University to better its chances of making the NCAA Field Hockey Tournament. The first of those two final games was […]

Boston University accepts invitation to join Patriot League

Boston University accepted an invitation to join the Patriot League Friday morning, becoming effective July 1, 2013 for the 2013-14 academic year, officials said. “Doctor Brown and I conferred on this for a long time,” said BU Athletic Director Mike Lynch. “The one thing that jumped out at us was the academic quality in the […]

Transfer Griffin makes name for self as team leader

Matt Griffin mulled over the options in front of him. It was 2009, one season after being named a team captain as just a sophomore, and he had decided to transfer from Rider University and explore other possibilities for his basketball future. He considered going to community college. He looked at several Division I and […]

Softball to face UMass, Plourde

After taking a couple of wins from the University of Maine in Orono early in April, the Boston University softball team was forced to return home because of inclement weather before the teams could complete the conference series. On Tuesday, the Terriers returned to Maine and completed the extended sweep by virtue of a 5-3 […]