When the Boston University women’s soccer team treks up to the University of Vermont Sunday, it will be depending on its offense to pressure a soft Catamount (2-9-0, 0-1-0 America East) defense.
The Boston University men’s soccer team opens conference play tomorrow when it hosts the University at Albany. The Great Danes take a three-game winning streak onto Nickerson Field, while the Terriers are coming off a 5-1 throttling of Harvard University Tuesday night.
For a sport with such a big net, you’d think soccer teams would score more goals. I know better than to assume it’s easy to maneuver a ball downfield, evade 10 defenders and outsmart a determined goalkeeper, but how hard can it really be?
Boston University sports fans are always good for knowing when one of their hockey players has been taken in the latest NHL draft or signs with a professional franchise.
Boston University College of Communication journalism professor Jack Falla, a sports writer and author of several fiction and non-fiction books, died of a heart attack Sunday in Maine. He was 62.
Goaltender Brett Bennett has been released from the Boston University men’s hockey team and will not return this season, a school official confirmed on May 5.
There are times when Brian Durocher hears a thing or two from Boston College players and coaches. He wouldn’t have it any other way.
While Boston-area college students eagerly await the annual ice hockey Beanpot Tournament to settle Hub bragging rights for the year, local bands will look to shut out the competition in a battle of their own.