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Late goal gives women’s soccer boost over Loyola

Despite a solid end-to-end effort on the pitch, it took a late goal from freshman forward Erica Kosienski for the Boston University women’s soccer team to defeat Loyola University- Maryland 1-0 Saturday at Nickerson Field. With the win, the Terriers extended their unbeaten streak to seven games and clinched a spot in the Patriot League Tournament. From […]

Defense provides offense in win over Badgers

In a span of 18 seconds in the second period, the No. 15 Boston University men’s hockey team showed how it produces its best offense — from its defensemen.  The Terriers used shots from the point to score twice during that stretch, and took control in a 7-3 win over No. 2 University of Wisconsin. […]

Second-half surge puts Men’s hockey over Wisconsin

For close to five minutes during the second period Saturday evening, the No. 15 Boston University men’s hockey team let its guard down. With a one-goal lead and a man-advantage after a major penalty, the Terriers had five minutes to extend their lead over the No. 2 University of Wisconsin. “We had nothing going,” said BU coach […]

Women’s hockey splits weekend set with Robert Morris

In a weekend where it sought to extend its two-game unbeaten streak, the No. 7/8 Boston University women’s hockey team split a series at Robert Morris University, coming away with a 5-2 win Friday night and dropping its first game of the season 3-0 Saturday afternoon. “You can have a chance to sweep a weekend, and, worse comes to […]

Foul Shots: One and Done

LeBron James. Kobe Bryant. Kevin Garnett. Dwight Howard. Josh Smith. Tracy McGrady. Amar’e Stoudemire. Tyson Chandler. Monta Ellis. Andrew Bynum. What do these NBA stars have in common? They all entered the league right from high school, forgoing their college eligibility. The Supreme Court ruled, in the 1971 case of Haywood v. National Basketball Association, that the […]