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Alford looks to lead women’s basketball to third straight win

The Boston University women’s basketball team will travel across the Charles River to play Harvard University on Wednesday in an attempt to build off of its back-to-back wins last weekend. Despite finishing last season with an 18-10 record and being picked to finish second in the Ivy League preseason poll, Harvard (1-4) has had a […]

McCARTHY: The world of college sports: A satire

Seeing as how the semester is rapidly approaching the zero hour, leaving minimal time for me to address all that is marginally interesting about college sports, I figured I would change things up a little bit. In doing so, instead of focusing on one borderline mundane topic, I’m going to briefly touch on various subjects […]

Far from your Average Joe

At a Tuesday practice in mid-November, two days after the University of Texas battered his Boston University men’s basketball team by 36 points, Joe Jones approaches a group of players gathered around the Gatorade cooler, his bald scalp and sweaty forehead glistening under the lights of Case Gymnasium. As he draws nearer, his slender, 6-foot-2 […]

Notebook: Future bright for Red Hot Hockey

Saturday’s showdown at Madison Square Garden – a 2-1 overtime win for the No. 13 Boston University men’s hockey team over No. 17 Cornell University – was a resounding success, but not just on the ice. For the third time in as many attempts, Red Hot Hockey sold out the historic, 18,200-seat arena. The first […]

Women’s basketball rams Rhode Island 71-44

The Boston University women’s basketball team won its second straight game and remained unbeaten at home as it defeated the University of Rhode Island 71-44 on Saturday afternoon. This marked a continuation of the Terriers’ (3-2) dominant play at Case Gymnasium, as they have now won 41 of their last 50 games on their home […]