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Blodgett named women’s basketball assistant coach

It didn’t take long for Boston University women’s basketball coach Katy Steding to add to her staff. Steding named Cindy Blodgett, a former All-American and WNBA veteran, as one of BU’s assistant coaches for the upcoming 2014-15 season. This marks Blodgett’s second tenure with the Terriers, as the Clinton, Maine, native served as an assistant […]

Walt Corbean tabbed as men’s basketball assistant coach

Another new face will grace the Boston University campus this fall, as Walt Corbean will serve as the Boston University men’s basketball team’s newest assistant coach. BU head coach Joe Jones and BU Athletics announced the hiring early Tuesday morning. Corbean comes to Boston by way of Wake Forest University. After serving five years as […]

From walk-on to Terrier legend: John Curry reflects on BU Hall of Fame induction

When he first entered Walter Brown Arena in the Fall of 2003, Boston University goaltender John Curry was a virtual unknown – a recruited walk-on who was resigned to playing Division-III hockey just a few months earlier. Fast-forwarding to the present day, even Curry found it hard to believe that just 11 years after his […]

BU hires Katy Steding as new women’s basketball coach

Boston University has hired Katy Steding to become the coach of the women’s basketball team, athletic director Mike Lynch announced Friday. “Katy is the absolute right person to lead our women’s basketball program in the Patriot League and we are fortunate to have someone of her class and caliber representing Boston University,” Lynch said in […]

Tilts against Union, Michigan, U.S. National Junior Team highlight Terriers’ 2014-15 schedule

David Quinn’s second go-around with the Boston University men’s hockey team looks to be a memorable, if not challenging, campaign. The program released its 2014-15 schedule Thursday, revealing plenty of both new and familiar matchups for the Terriers. Games against reigning NCAA champion Union College, University of Wisconsin, University of Michigan and both the U.S. […]