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Women’s lacrosse defeats American on road

The Boston University women’s lacrosse team split its two games over spring break, earning its first victory of the season over American University and falling to No. 14 Johns Hopkins University. The Terriers (1-5, 1-0 Patriot League) began their 2014 campaign on a four-game losing streak, including two losses against top-five opponents. In its last […]

Mask sets Patriot League stolen-base mark in Under Armour Showcase

The Boston University softball team brought its record .500 as the Terriers went a combined 7-5 in the Under Armour Showcase and the Michele Smith Spring Break Tournament. The week and two competitions were full of accomplishments for the Terriers (11-10). Freshman pitcher Makinna Akers tossed her first complete-game victory that included five strikeouts. Senior […]

Men’s lacrosse claims team’s 1st-ever win

The Boston University men’s lacrosse team showed signs of great improvement over spring break. In two conference games, the team fell in a hard-fought contest to No. 19 Colgate University and earned its first win in program history with a victory on the road at Lafayette College. BU (1-6, 1-2 Patriot League) began the break […]

Men’s basketball earns bid, No. 7 seed in NIT

The Boston University men’s basketball team will host the University of Illinois in the opening round of the National Invitational Tournament, the tournament selection committee announced Sunday night. BU received a No. 7 seed in the field of 32 teams, while Illinois earned a No. 2 spot. Due to the Fighting Illini’s (19-14) home court of State […]

Women’s hockey falls in NCAA quarterfinal matchup

For two periods, the Boston University women’s hockey team hung right with the two-time defending national champion University of Minnesota. It was the exact situation that the team was in the weekend before against Boston College in the Hockey East Championship Game, as both times BU entered the third down by the same 2-1 margin. […]