Three members of the Boston University men’s soccer team sat without moving or speaking on the team bench after the Terriers’ 2-1 loss to the University of Maryland-Baltimore County on Wednesday. They were visibly disappointed, staring blankly at the turf of Nickerson Field with watery eyes.
The Boston University women’s soccer team closed out its non-conference schedule with a bang on Wednesday, putting on a clinic in a 7-0 victory over Bryant University. BU (11-5-2) dominated every facet of the game and never let the Bulldogs (3-10-1) get anything going offensively.
Seven goals in one soccer game? Is that even possible? The Boston University women’s soccer team proved that it was with its 7-0 rout over Bryant University on Wednesday afternoon at Nickerson Field, continuing its recent offensive surge.
Anytime a team dresses four new players for the first time as the Boston Bruins did last night, it’s going to take time for players to get comfortable with their new linemates. In last night’s 3-2 win over the Nashville Predators, it took the Bruins exactly one period.
Colin Wilson tried to treat Wednesday’s game as if it were no different than any other. He knew plenty of attention would surround his return to Boston, where the Nashville Predators forward starred at Boston University the past two seasons. But Wilson had no interest in putting added pressure on himself, even with a host of ex-teammates and supporters in attendance at TD Garden.