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Roundup: Hyoty named conference Player of the Year, Sheehan earns Coach of the Year

The Boston University women’s tennis team hit the ground running during its first foray in the Patriot League, posting a 14-6 record and defeating nine-time defending champion U.S. Military Academy for the conference championship. As a result of the BU’s wildly successful season, four Terriers were given major year-end awards on Tuesday. BU coach Lesley […]

Russell’s perfect game highlights Terriers’ doubleheader sweep

The Boston University softball team continued its dominance during the final stretch of the 2014 regular season by sweeping Bucknell University in a doubleheader set Saturday afternoon at the BU Softball Field. With the two victories, the Terriers (32-18, 13-4 Patriot League) extended their win streak to 13 games. Sophomore pitcher Melanie Russell was the […]

Men’s hockey adds six new skaters for 2014-15 campaign

The reinforcements are finally on their way for the Boston University men’s hockey team, as six recruits have signed their national letters of intent to join the squad in 2014-15. The incoming freshmen include three forwards in Jack Eichel, J.J. Piccinich and Chase Phelps, as well as three defensemen in Brandon Hickey, Brien Diffley and […]

Louise Warren leaves lasting legacy at BU

Even though she was coming to Boston, nobody knew her name. Coming into her freshman season for the Boston University women’s hockey team, senior center Louise Warren was a relative unknown within amateur hockey circles. Having spent her under-18 years at Brewster Academy, a small prep school in Wolfeboro, N.H., Warren did not participate in […]

Softball takes on Bucknell in final regular-season series

The Boston University softball team will head into this weekend looking to extend its 11-game win streak as well as keeping its momentum going into the Patriot League playoffs. After having their game against the University of Massachusetts-Amherst cancelled on Wednesday due to inclement weather, the Terriers (30-18, 11-4 Patriot League) only have the weekend series against […]