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Terriers fall to Arizona, 9-6, in NCAA Regional opener

In its first NCAA Tournament game under second-year coach Kathryn Gleason, the Boston University softball team fell to the University of Arizona by a score of 9-6. “We came out ready for a battle and we are battle tested from the Patriot League Tournament,” Gleason said.  “We felt ready and prepared to play the game.  […]

Collier, Carrabino cut from BU men’s hockey roster

Freshman forward Brendan Collier and redshirt sophomore defenseman J.D. Carrabino have been cut from the Boston University men’s hockey team, a team source confirmed with the Boston Hockey Blog. BU head coach David Quinn told The Daily Free Press on April 24 he would cut an unspecified number of returning players prior to the start of the […]

BU claims Patriot League title, NCAA bid, with 10-5 victory over Bucknell

The Boston University Softball team clinched its seventh bid to the NCAA Tournament Saturday afternoon after defeating Bucknell University by a score of 10-5 in the Patriot League Tournament final. As the No. 2 seed, the Terriers (35-19, 13-5 Patriot League) looked to sweep the conference tournament as they faced off against No. 3 Bucknell […]

BU defeats Army, 8-0, advances to Patriot League title round

The Boston University softball team will play in the Patriot League Championship round with a trip to the NCAA tournament on the line after defeating the U.S. Military Academy by a score of 8-0 Saturday morning in Bethlehem, Pa. The contest, which qualified as a run-rule victory, ended after six innings. “Our whole mindset coming […]

Terriers best Bucknell in thrilling postseason opener

The Boston University softball team started off its postseason strong with a 4-3 win in extra innings over Bucknell University Thursday at the home field of top-seeded Lehigh University. The Terriers (33-19, 13-5 Patriot League) faced the Bison (21-25, 10-8 Patriot League) in their last three games to conclude the season. In the first contest […]