The Boston University men’s soccer team began its conference schedule with a 3-0 loss to the top-scoring team in America East ‘-‘- the University at Albany ‘-‘- Saturday at Nickerson Field.
On a pivotal road swing up and down the East Coast, the Boston University field hockey team rallied to defeat America East rival the University of New Hampshire, 3-2, but fell short against No. 9 Duke University.
It’s a new season for the Boston University men’s hockey team, and with a renewed hope of a turnaround from last year’s disappointing end, the Terriers’ success hinges on the balance between youth and experience.
The Boston University women’s soccer team seemed to be unaffected by last week’s tie against Dartmouth College, as the Terriers scored four goals in the first half of their 4-0 win against the University of Vermont on Sunday.
The Boston University men’s hockey team built an early lead and coasted to a 4-1 win over the University of New Brunswick on Sunday at Agganis Arena in its lone exhibition game before the regular season.
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.
Fresh off an upset victory against a top 10 team, the Boston University field hockey team takes its momentum on the road this weekend to face conference rival the University of New Hampshire today and No. 9 Duke University Sunday.
In its fourth year as an NCAA Division I program, the Boston University women’s ice hockey team may be on the verge of a breakthrough.
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.
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?