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Foul Shots: Specialization

Quarterback Jameis Winston is the best college football player in the nation, according to Heisman Trophy voters. After he plays the required amount of college seasons at Florida State University (in his case, three), he will be a top-5 pick in the NFL draft. And, if he works hard and is as talented as he […]

Women’s lacrosse to play 1st unranked opponent

The Boston University women’s lacrosse team will be searching for its first win of the season Wednesday when the Terriers take on Dartmouth College in Hanover, N.H. BU (0-3) has had a shaky start to its season, dropping its three first games to No. 1 University of North Carolina, No. 3 University of Maryland, and No. 10 […]

Noonan steps up in final year

If there is one player who has been asked to do it all this season for the Boston University men’s hockey team, it is senior defenseman and captain Garrett Noonan. In every situation, whether it is a power play, penalty kill or key moment at the end of the game, Noonan has been called upon […]

BU takes 1st game of Patriot League Tournament

The Boston University women’s basketball team competed in its first-ever Patriot League postseason contest Tuesday night at Case Gymnasium, defeating Loyola University-Maryland, 40-35. The Terriers (13-19, 7-11 Patriot League), seeded seventh in the conference, played host to the No.  10-seed Greyhounds (5-25, 2-16 Patriot League) for a chance to take on the U.S. Military Academy in the […]

Men’s basketball gears for quarterfinal

With the No. 1 seed in the Patriot League Tournament in hand, the Boston University men’s basketball team will open up postseason play Wednesday, facing Lafayette College in the quarterfinals of the conference playoffs. Following a season in which BU (22-9, 15-3 Patriot League) was banned from the America East Conference Tournament due to its […]