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.
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.
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.
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.
What’s more entertaining than watching the Boston University hockey team light the lamp five times in one night?
In an offensive struggle, the Boston University women’s soccer team pulled out a 2-0 victory over Stony Brook University yesterday at Nickerson Field to clinch a share of the America East regular-season title.
Under sunny skies, the Boston University field hockey team suffered a shocking 2-1 loss Saturday to the University of Maine at Jack Barry Field. The setback marked the Terriers’ first home conference loss in nearly three years.
For the six seniors on the Boston University women’s soccer team, yesterday’s dominant performance against Stony Brook University was simply the status quo.
On the surface, the No. 5 Boston University men’s hockey team’s two games this weekend were polar opposites.
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.