After self-destructing last Tuesday in a lopsided 8-0 loss to Harvard University, the Boston University women’s hockey team will finish its part in the 31st Women’s Beanpot tonight in the consolation game against Northeastern University.
On the eve of the Beanpot final, the Boston University track and field team represented the Back Bay in the second annual ‘Battle of Beantown’ at the Gordon Track and Tennis Center on Harvard University’s campus.
There’s this amazing game that has only just recently taken over my life. I’m so in love with it because I actually play it ‘-’- I’m not just a spectator like I am for every other sport. This game I speak of is addicting, cruel and unforgiving.
It was the strong start Boston University men’s hockey coach Jack Parker wanted following his team’s sluggish play early in last Monday’s Beanpot Tournament semifinal against Harvard University.
There was no doubt that freshman David Warsofsky would find his name in the box score at some point this season. It was just a matter of time. The smooth-skating defenseman has been as much a part of the Terriers’ offensive production as any other member of the blue line since October, but had no goals to show for his effort.