Coming off a road trip in which the Boston University women’s ice hockey team split two games against Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and Union College, the Terriers return to Walter Brown Arena for their first home games of the season tonight and tomorrow against No. 5 Mercyhurst College.
Another shot at a conference opponent and a ranked team awaits the Boston University field hockey team this weekend, as it plays host to Fairfield University tomorrow and visits No. 19 Providence College Sunday.
The Boston University men’s soccer team recorded its first conference victory and road win last night, 1-0, over Stony Brook University at LaValle Stadium.
The Boston University women’s soccer team’s game tonight at Binghamton University will be one of the most significant in the program’s 14-year history, regardless of the outcome.
The men’s hockey team began last year with a goaltending controversy. Five months later the season was drawing to a close, and the Terriers had found neither a consistent option in net nor an NCAA Tournament berth.
Last year, Marisha Schumacher-Hodge and Casey Brown carried the Boston University women’s soccer team offensively with 14 and 11 points, respectively. But at this point in the 2008 campaign, the two have combined for four points and one goal.
The Boston University field hockey team enters October with a 5-7 record, coming off an upset of the then-No. 8 University of Virginia and its first conference win of 2008.
It’s been 12 years. Twelve years of endings in places like Worcester and Grand Rapids.
The Boston University men’s soccer team will look for its first road victory and conference win of the season tonight against Stony Brook University at 7 p.m. in Stony Brook, N.Y.
The Boston University women’s hockey team got through its first weekend road trip with mixed results, defeating Union College, 3-2, Friday before losing, 2-0, to Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Saturday.