Just three tournaments into its season, the Boston University softball team has already lost four infielders to injury. The Terriers entered the season with two injured infielders, and then lost the other two players the week before and during spring break.
It isn’t the NCAA Tournament game of nine seniors’ dreams, but the Boston University men’s basketball team is set to experience postseason play at 10 p.m. tonight.
While a vast majority of us spent our designated week of freedom relaxing at home or soaking in the sun in a much warmer destination, a number of Boston University teams had themselves quite a successful break of their own.
The No.11/12 Boston University lacrosse team will try to end its first losing streak of the season today as they cross the river for a matchup with Harvard University in Cambridge. The Terriers are coming off a southern road trip during which they incurred two straight losses to then-No. 5/6 Duke University and No. 18 Vanderbilt University by the scores 10-6 and 10-5, respectively.
When first-year head coach Patrick Chambers came to Boston University’s Charles River Campus last summer, he hoped to usher in a “new era” of men’s basketball at BU. Chambers’ arrival, some members of Terrier Nation surely thought, would mean more enthusiasm, more support and, most importantly, more wins.