The least interesting thing about the New England Patriots game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Wembley Stadium in London on Sunday was the game itself.
Sunday afternoon’s result at Nickerson Field was a fitting way to conclude what has been a dominant regular season for the Boston University women’s soccer team.
Nine wins in nine home games. Now that’s what you call defending the home turf. With its 5-0 trouncing of the University of Maryland-Baltimore County in the regular-season finale on Sunday afternoon, the Boston University women’s soccer team remained unbeaten at home this season, posting a perfect record of 9-0-0 at Nickerson Field.
Two freshman forwards brought the strength and the spark the No. 4/3 Boston University men’s ice hockey team has been sorely missing Saturday against the University of Michigan to round out its offensive push.
In a cluttered corner of The Daily Free Press office, there is a tattered piece of paper scotch-taped onto a wall. The sheet is a photocopied column from the FreeP earlier this decade, written in an era that was evidently a dark time for Terrier hockey and sports journalism alike.