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Softball ends 3-game losing stretch with mercy-rule win

After losing three games in as many days, the Boston University softball team avoided dropping to .500, finishing its weekend at College of the Holy Cross with a five-inning victory. The Terriers (20-18, 5-4 Patriot League) had difficulties early this weekend with a rematch against rival Boston College on Thursday at home. Sophomore pitcher Lauren Hynes, the […]

Fish and Chipps: Art of fanhood

Before the start of the NCAA Tournament, University of Kentucky basketball super fan Tyler Austin Black was so adamant that his favorite basketball team would win the NCAA Tournament, he decided to tattoo it on his leg. Crazy? Yes. Stupid? Almost genius. Love? You tell me. Black inked a UK 2014 National Champion symbol on […]

Women’s lacrosse drops 2nd consecutive Patriot League game

For the second game in a row, the Boston University women’s lacrosse team came up short against a conference rival, falling to Colgate University 11-7 Wednesday afternoon in Hamilton, N.Y. The Terriers (6-7, 4-2 Patriot League) won the draw to start the game and immediately capitalized, as junior attack Lindsay Weiner scored the first goal of the […]

Men’s lacrosse to battle with top-ranked Loyola

No. 1/3 Loyola University-Maryland will host the Boston University men’s lacrosse team Saturday afternoon in Baltimore. The Greyhounds (10-1, 6-0 Patriot League) are in first place in the Patriot League and remain unbeaten in conference play. Loyola has been especially excellent as of late, and it will attempt to extend its 10-game winning streak  when they take […]

Dartmouth edges BU softball in tight contest

Struggles to come through with a hit with runners in scoring position led to a 5-4 loss at the hands of Dartmouth College for the Boston University softball team Wednesday afternoon. On two occasions, the Terriers loaded the bases with no outs but could not make the most out of their opportunities. The team’s inability to drive […]