The Boston University golf team finished third out of 10 teams in the Sacred Heart Fall Classic this weekend at the Great River Golf Club in Milford, Conn.
In a tune-up for next week’s America East Championship, the Boston University cross country teams competed in the Central Connecticut State Mini Meet last Saturday in New Britain, Conn.
Concluding a difficult six-game homestand that saw virtually every bout go down to the wire, an 8-1 victory for the Boston University women’s hockey team over the University of Maine Saturday at Agganis Arena was not something the Terriers were used to, but they will most certainly take it.
With two more Hockey East wins in the books, the No. 8 Boston University women’s hockey team has plenty to be optimistic about. One of those reasons is the Terriers’ first and second-year talent.
In this, the 100th season of men’s basketball at Boston University, it’s only fitting that the 2008-09 campaign begins with the number one.
Most of my weekend sports memories last year revolved around disappointment. This year, I’ve already experienced Terrier success on a whole new level.
Case Gymnasium was filled Friday night, as students, faculty, alumni and staff were treated to quite a show.
The Boston University men’s and women’s crew teams traveled to New Jersey Sunday morning to compete in the Princeton Chase Invitational Regatta, the teams’ second event of the young season.
Last Oct. 27, the Boston University men’s hockey team returned to Commonwealth Avenue licking its wounds from back-to-back drubbings at the hands of the University of Michigan following a dreadful weekend trip to Ann Arbor.
With a 0-4-1 record to close out last October, the Terriers managed to throw just four pucks past University of Michigan goaltender Billy Sauer in a pair of lopsided road losses last season.