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Fish and Chipps: Taller Shoulders

It was Isaac Newton who famously said, “If I have seen farther than others, it is because I have stood on the shoulders of giants.” When Jason Collins came out April 2013 and publically admitted he is gay, it seemed like a weight had been lifted off the shoulders of so many young gay athletes […]

Men’s lacrosse to wrap up conference schedule against Holy Cross

With last weekend’s tilt against No. 1 Loyola University-Maryland behind them, the Boston University men’s lacrosse team will wrap up its conference schedule in Worcester Saturday when it faces off with The College of the Holy Cross. “It’s been great,” said BU coach Ryan Polley of the team’s first year in the conference. “We were […]

BU prepared for 3 games with Colgate

The Boston University softball team will look to improve its Patriot League standing this weekend during a three-game series at Colgate University. After dropping two of three games against Patriot League opponent College of the Holy Cross, the Terriers (20–18, 5–4 Patriot League) will start off this weekend road trip versus the University of Massachusetts […]

Women’s lax falls to Harvard 11–6

The Boston University women’s lacrosse team extended its losing streak to four games with an 11–6 loss against Harvard University in Cambridge Wednesday. Harvard (8–5) opened the scoring off the stick of sophomore Audrey Todd. Junior attack Lindsay Weiner answered back for BU with an unassisted goal less than a minute later. The Crimson then […]

Foul Shots: No more Mo

The fact that guard Maurice Watson Jr. even came to Boston University is a bit of a surprise to begin with. Coming out of high school, Watson was one of the top-100 players in the country, according to ESPN. He had offers from Texas Tech University and Princeton University, among other schools. But he came […]