The Boston University men’s basketball team is the early favorite to take the America East Conference. These are its players and the reasons why.
Coming off its first 20-win season in 20 years, the Boston University women’s basketball team returns eight letter-winners and three starters to the 2008-09 squad.
After its win in the America East championship game last Saturday, the Boston University women’s soccer team will face defending national champion and No. 9 University of Southern California in the first round of the NCAA Tournament tonight at Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah.
Like a late-March-in-Tokyo beginning to the Major League Baseball season, the college basketball schedule starts not with a bang, but with a whimper.
The top-seeded Boston University men’s soccer team defeated the fourth-seeded University of Vermont, 2-1, last night at Nickerson Field to advance to the America East championship game.
For most of the first half of last night’s semifinal game against the University of Vermont, the Boston University men’s soccer team tried to get the ball into the box, but the swarming Catamount defense prevented anyone from getting open in the middle of the field.
After more than a week off, the top-seeded Boston University men’s soccer team will host the fourth-seed University of Vermont in the America East Tournament semifinals tonight at 7 p.m. at Nickerson Field.
The Boston University men’s swimming and diving team defeated Colgate University, 185-108, Saturday in Hamilton, N.Y., to remain undefeated in dual meets. The women’s team, however, suffered their first loss of the season, falling 190-108.
The Boston University wrestling team kicked off its 2008-09 campaign with a pair of wins Saturday against Wagner College and American International College, 49-0 and 37-6, respectively, at Case Gymnasium.
It’s actually basketball time. Sure, you can say Terrier Tip-Off started the season, but we all knew in actuality that nothing would happen for two weeks.