The Boston University men’s hockey team showcased its resiliency last week in come-from-behind efforts against Harvard University, 6-5, and No. 7 Cornell University, 3-3.
His ringing declaration came Oct. 23. Standing before a Terrier Tip-Off crowd of more than 1,000 fans at Case Gymnasium, Patrick Chambers issued the following statement: ‘We have the toughest non-conference schedule in the country!’
On the ice, freshman forward Jill Cardella of the Boston University women’s ice hockey team has blasted the puck into the back of the net and set up her teammates with goal scoring opportunities. Off the ice, she has garnered Hockey East accolade after Hockey East accolade in her first season for the Terriers.
A month ago, fans of the BU men’s ice hockey and men’s basketball teams were eagerly anticipating a great spring season. Some of the most optimistic even spoke of national title defense and basketball in mid-March.
With the majority of campus emptied for the holidays the night of Nov. 24, the Boston University women’s basketball team still had some work left to do. BU held off a furious second-half rally to oust Northeastern University 83-78 at Case Gymnasium.