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AE standings in flux as m. soccer welcomes UVM

The Boston University men’s soccer team carries a four-game winning streak and a two-point lead in the America East standings into tonight’s contest against the University of Vermont at Nickerson Field.

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Recent history not on Terriers’ side v. UConn

After suffering its first America East Conference loss since 2005 last Saturday, this afternoon’s home bout against the No. 6 University of Connecticut will give the Boston University field hockey team a chance to re-evaluate heading into the final stretch of the season.

LYONS: One year too late?

I’m not going to lie ‘-‘- I am very jealous of all of you still in school while I’m in my first year as a postgraduate. And, no, I’m not just talking about the fact that it’s no longer socially acceptable for me to go out on a Tuesday or Thursday night with my friends.

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Head of the Class

The Head of the Charles Regatta, hosted annually by Boston University, is the largest two-day rowing event in the world.

Home cooking

Coming off perhaps its biggest victory in program history over then-No. 5 Mercyhurst College on Oct. 10, the Boston University women’s hockey team started this weekend’s two-game homestand with a bang Saturday.

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Haber and Wilcox give strength in net

It takes time to build a successful team. Four years isn’t a long time, but somehow Boston University women’s hockey coach Brian Durocher has managed to build a successful program in that short period.

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Swim and dive sweeps UMass in first dual meet

The Boston University swimming and diving teams got off to a fast start Saturday at the Competition Pool, as both the men and women defeated the University of Massachusetts-Amherst in their first meets of the year.

FADEM: Embracing the Tip-Off

What’s more entertaining than watching the Boston University hockey team light the lamp five times in one night?

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Tale of Two Contests

On the surface, the No. 5 Boston University men’s hockey team’s two games this weekend were polar opposites.

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Killer instinct kicks in during Friday’s win

As a hockey team develops over the course of a season, it must take several steps on the path to being a contender. Learning how to close out opponents and gain the killer instinct that separates the best teams from the pack usually takes some time.

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