There’s an invitation to the big dance (a.k.a. the NCAA Tournament) with the Boston University women’s soccer team’s name on it. The Terriers have their dancing shoes laced and shined. They are so close they can feel the music’s baseline pumping up their adrenaline.
The Boston University men’s hockey team made it through a treacherous October schedule with ease, cruising to wins over four ranked opponents and avoiding the dismal start that plagued the team last season.
At the beginning of the season, Boston University field hockey coach Sally Starr started the Terriers with a goal: make the quarterfinals of the NCAA Tournament.
Freshman midfielder Michael Bustamante was named America East Rookie of the Year and Midfielder of the Year on Wednesday, making him just the fourth player in conference history to garner two end-of-the-year awards.
The Boston University men’s water polo team is only in its second year at the club level in the Collegiate Water Polo Association, but the squad is starting to make waves against the competition.
After a full month of play, the No. 7 Boston University women’s hockey team still hasn’t lost in conference play.
It’s early November. The air is getting colder and the recently installed grass-like substance on Nickerson Field is beckoning. Yeah, you know what time it is.
The Boston University swimming and diving teams remained undefeated in dual-meet competition Saturday, as both the men’ (3-0) and women (4-0) defeated Syracuse University at Competition Pool.
The Boston University women’s and men’s cross country teams finished second and fourth out of nine teams, respectively, at the America East Cross Country Championships last Saturday in Oregon Ridge Park, Md.
Boston University field hockey has become accustomed to playing in November. For the sixth straight season, the Terriers have qualified for the America East Tournament and will aim for their fourth consecutive conference crown this weekend at the University at Albany.