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Forward Felix De Bona has one of the Terrier's four goals thus far this year. PHOTO BY JOHNNY LIU/ DFP FILE PHOTO

Men’s soccer looks to make it two in a row against Northeastern

After a 2-1 victory Saturday over the University of Massachusetts Amherst, the Boston University men’s soccer team will face Northeastern University in a Tuesday night matchup at Nickerson Field. While tallying four goals through their first two contests, the Terriers (1-1) have struggled with accuracy thus far, as just nine of their 26 shots were on goal. With that said, […]

By James Mattone· · 0 comments · Soccer, Sports
The Beantown Buzz: No Brady, no problem

The Beantown Buzz: No Brady, no problem

Brady and Belichick. Never “Brady or Belichick.” The success of the Patriots dynasty will forever be accredited to the inseparable duo. The spoiled Boston fan base has never had to choose between the dominate player-coach tandem, because frankly, how could you? The storm of Deflategate pushed Brady out of Gillette Stadium for four weeks, making Belichick alone in the spotlight. […]

By Chris Picher· · 0 comments · Columnists, Sports
Senior Taylor Blood has eight points through the team's first six games. PHOTO BY JUSTIN HAWK/ DAILY FREE PRESS STAFF

Senior class propelling No. 13 field hockey to new heights

  The No. 13 Boston University field hockey is off to its best start in program history, thanks in large part to its eight-person senior class. The Terriers (6-0) are coming off a weekend sweep over the No. 20 University of Maine and the University of California, Davis where they outscored their opponents seven to one. On Friday afternoon, BU […]

By Greg Levinsky· · 1 comment · Field Hockey, Sports
Former NFL quarterback Tim Tebow is trying his hand at baseball... but why? PHOTO COURTESY FLICKR USER JEFFREY BEALL

Why We Play: Tim Tebow and the value of a headline

It’s that time of year again. Summer is waning, school has started up again, the New England foliage is tinged with autumnal hues, and the NFL rules the sports world every Sunday. That’s right, everyone, football is finally back. But this year there is even more to be excited about, because NFL prodigal son Tim Tebow is making a comeback. […]

By Simon Kienitz Kincade· · 1 comment · Columnists, Sports
Sophomore Allie Dogged scored her first goal of the season over the weekend. PHOTO BY JUSTIN HAWK/ DAILY FREE PRESS STAFF

No. 13 field hockey claims first 6-0 start in program history

The No. 13 Boston University field hockey team opened the 2016 season in record-setting fashion, winning its first six games for the first time in program history. The Terriers (6-0) won both of their games over the weekend, claiming the first of two victories in a 2-1 contest against No. 20 University of Maine. They went on to shutout the […]

By Ranya Mufti· · 0 comments · Field Hockey, Sports
Junior forward Grace Boston had a fine weekend for the Terriers, scoring in the team's win over UC Davis. PHOTO BY JUSTIN HAWK/ DAILY FREE PRESS STAFF

No. 13 field hockey’s offense rolling thanks to penalty corners success

The Boston University field hockey team won both of its contests over the weekend at New Balance Field and remains undefeated in its season so far, thanks in large part to its senior leadership and success on penalty corners. The Terriers (6-0) defeated the No. 20 University of Maine 2-1 on Friday, and earned a 5-0 victory on Sunday over […]

By Tyler Oringer· · 0 comments · Field Hockey, Sports
Senior forward Erica Kosienski has been a bright spot for the Terriers thus far. PHOTO BY JUSTIN HAWK/ DFP FILE PHOTO

Women’s soccer falls to 0-8 following scoreless weekend

The Boston University women’s soccer team is still in search of its first win after a two-game road trip in Virginia this past weekend. The Terriers (0-8) head back home following a 2-0 loss to James Madison University on Friday and 3-0 defeat at the hands of No. 18 Virginia Tech Sunday afternoon. The Terriers put up 14 shots, nine […]

By Shelby Reardon· · 0 comments · Soccer, Sports
Junior midfielder Anthony Viteri scored his second goal of the season on Saturday. PHOTO BY ANN SINGER/ DFP FILE PHOTO

Men’s soccer still finding its way offensively after win over UMass

The Boston University men’s soccer offense kicked into gear on Saturday in its 2-1 victory over the University of Massachusetts Amherst at Nickerson Field. The Terriers (1-1) dictated the tempo and were on the attack for nearly the entire game. Despite dominating possession and hounding UMass (0-4-1) goalkeeper Jorge Beccera, BU never quite put its foot on the gas, as […]

By Jordan Green· · 0 comments · Soccer, Sports
Senior midfielder David Asbjornsson scored one of the Terriers' two goals on Saturday night. PHOTO BY JOHNNY LIU/ DFP FILE PHOTO

Men’s soccer tallies first win against UMass

  The Boston University men’s soccer team recorded its first win of the season against the University of Massachusetts Amherst Saturday night with a 2-1 victory. Despite the close score, the Terriers (1-1) seemed to dominate the Minutemen (0-4-1) throughout the entirety of the game. BU head coach Neil Roberts was proud of his team’s efforts, but acknowledged that the […]

By Tyler Oringer· · 0 comments · Soccer, Sports
Women’s soccer seeks first win with tilts vs. James Madison, Virginia Tech

Women’s soccer seeks first win with tilts vs. James Madison, Virginia Tech

The Boston University women’s soccer team hopes to earn its first win on the road over the weekend as it travels to Virginia to take on James Madison University and Virginia Tech. The Terriers (0-6) are just three games away from Patriot League conference play next week, so securing a victory would be critical toward gaining momentum heading into this stretch […]

By Shelby Reardon· · 0 comments · Soccer, Sports