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.
The No. 7/9 Boston University lacrosse team played a trio of ranked opponents over spring break, starting off with a win at home against No. 18/16 William and Mary College. The Terriers finished the break with losses to No. 5/6 Duke University and No. 18 Vanderbilt University in back-to-back road games.
While students were enjoying their spring break, the No. 8 Boston University women’s hockey team made an unpredictable postseason run all the way into the first round of the NCAA Tournament, where they lost to No. 1 Mercyhurst College, 4-1, on Saturday. The Terriers ended the 2009-10 season 17-9-12 overall and 10-6-5-3 in Hockey East, the fewest losses in program history.
The Boston University men’s hockey team will be heading to the TD Garden for the Hockey East semifinals for a record ninth straight season.
The Boston University men’s basketball team will travel to Corvallis, Ore. on Wednesday to play Oregon State University in a first round matchup of the College Basketball Invitational Tournament.