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Parker: Trivino’s actions leave ‘no question in my mind it’s an alcohol problem’

Parker: Trivino’s actions leave ‘no question in my mind it’s an alcohol problem’

Corey Trivino – the Boston University Hockey team’s star forward who was dismissed from the team Monday after criminal charges stemming from an arrest Sunday night – has a history of alcohol-related problems, according to BU hockey coach Jack Parker. In a phone interview with The Daily Free Press on Monday, Parker said this is the fourth alcohol-related incident the […]

Dismissal of hockey star Trivino right move, students say

Dismissal of hockey star Trivino right move, students say

As the news of Boston University men’s hockey star Corey Trivino’s arrest and removal from the No. 9-ranked team spreads, students said they support the decision in dismissing Trivino from the team. “Not only as a BU student but as a senior hockey player, and the leading goal scorer, much of the student body praised him,” said Samantha Sharma, a […]

Corey Trivino kicked off BU hockey team

Corey Trivino kicked off BU hockey team

UPDATE: 10:51 a.m. Men’s hockey forward Corey Trivino, 21, pleaded not guilty to charges Monday stemming from an arrest by Boston University police late Sunday night after allegedly groping and attempting to rape a BU resident assistant. The Metropolitan College senior was held without bail until his arraignment. Trivino, the leading goal scorer (13 goals) in Hockey East, was arraigned […]

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McCARTHY: The imperfect perfection of the BCS

“Everybody is just very tired of the BCS. I think that’s the bottom line. Everybody is frustrated. Everybody doesn’t really know what to do anymore. It doesn’t make sense to anybody. I don’t think anybody is happy anywhere.” These are the venom-laced words of scorned Boise State University head coach Chris Petersen, following the BCS bowl announcements on Sunday. Clearly, […]

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MAZUREK: All I want for Christmas? Success for BU athletics

A couple of weeks ago, as I stood in line at the bar of the Boston University Pub, one beer on tap instantly drew my attention. This is nothing new for anyone who knows me, but I was a bit surprised to see that the Samuel Adams Octoberfest was no longer available, as the Winter Lager had taken its place. […]

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Terriers send Blue Hens back to coop

Terriers send Blue Hens back to coop

Sophomores D.J. Irving and Travis Robinson posted career-highs Wednesday night as the Boston University men’s basketball team beat the University of Delaware, 73-67, for its first home win of the season.                               AUDREY FAIN/DFP STAFF  Senior guard Darryl Partin led the Terriers with 27 points during […]

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Here’s to you, Mr. Robinson

Seemingly from the moment he stepped foot on the Boston University campus, things have not exactly gone according to plan for Travis Robinson. With the two separate broken nose injuries restricting the kind of playing time and chance for development that fellow then-freshmen D.J. Irving and Dom Morris enjoyed, Robinson, once the highest-rated player in a banner seven-player 2010 recruiting […]

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Women’s basketball falters against resilient Harvard team

Women’s basketball falters against resilient Harvard team

Despite being only three points behind with less than a minute left in the game, the Boston University women’s basketball team fell to Harvard University, 62-57, on Wednesday night in Cambridge. The game put an end to the Terriers’ two-game win streak. “I’m always disappointed with a loss – no mater what the score is,” said BU coach Kelly Greenberg. […]

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Women’s hockey falls to Northeastern in third straight loss

Women’s hockey falls to Northeastern in third straight loss

When the No. 7 Boston University women’s hockey team got to Matthews Arena on Wednesday night, it was looking to avoid losing its third game in the past five days. However, thanks to an injured offense, the Terriers (9-7-1, 4-2 Hockey East) lost to No. 10 Northeastern University 2-0 and have extended their losing streak. “We just had to get […]

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Ruffling feathers: Terriers take on Blue Hens

Ruffling feathers: Terriers take on Blue Hens

Walking off the court of the University of Rhode Island’s Ryan Center last Friday afternoon, the Boston University men’s basketball team was at a crossroads. On a day known as Black Friday across the country, the Terriers (2-4) were in their darkest moment of the young season, having just given up a two-possession lead in the final 10 seconds of […]

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