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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. […]

Mike Lynch set to resign from athletic director position

In a statement released Monday morning, Boston University athletic director Mike Lynch announced he will be stepping down from his post, effective June 30. “After 14 years at BU and a decade of leading the Terriers, I have come to the conclusion that it is time to move on and blaze a new path in […]

Six former Terriers inducted into BU Athletic Hall of Fame

Saturday night at the Metcalf Trustees Ballroom at the School of Management, current and former members of the Boston University athletic program were honored at the 50th BU Athletic Hall of Fame induction banquet for their performances both on and off the field. Six former Terriers – John Curry, Bob Speight, Jay Hillman, Pam Spuehler, […]

Poulin named women’s hockey captain, Stoneburgh and Tutino chosen as assistant captains

With 2013-14 captains Louise Warren and Kaleigh Fratkin graduating, the Boston University women’s hockey team and coach Brian Durocher have named a new group to be leaders on the ice for the upcoming season. The team announced that senior forward Marie-Philip Poulin will captain the 2014-15 squad, while senior defenseman Shannon Stoneburgh and senior forward […]

Terriers defeat Louisville, fall to No. 23 LSU in NCAA elimination game

The Boston University softball team’s season ended Saturday night, as the Terriers were eliminated from the NCAA Tournament by Louisiana State University in their second match of the day. The Terriers (36-21, 13-5 Patriot League) traveled to Tucson, Ariz., to begin the regional round of the NCAA Tournament. After a 9-6 loss to No. 11 […]