Sunday, April 20, 2014
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Men’s lacrosse falls short on road against Crimson

The Boston University men’s lacrosse team traveled to Allston Tuesday evening to take on No. 17 Harvard University. The Terriers played and competed for the full 60 minutes, but fell 14-9. With the anniversary of the last year’s Boston Marathon bombings approaching, both teams sported yellow and blue One Fund socks to honor the victims of the […]

Women’s lacrosse looking for berth to postseason play

The Boston University women’s lacrosse team will travel to Tyler’s Field in Hamilton, N.Y., to take on Patriot League foe Colgate University Wednesday afternoon. The No. 24 Terriers (6-6, 4-1 Patriot League) are looking to rebound after a double-overtime loss to Lehigh University, BU’s only defeat in the Patriot League thus far in 2014. The loss […]

Foul Shots: On Calipari

I think I’ve made it abundantly clear that I hate the one-and-done rule in college basketball. I won’t rehash why, but here’s a quick summary: It sucks. There’s no plainer way to say it than that. That being said, if the one-and-done rule exists, then it is only fair that someone finds out a way […]

Softball set for games with Big Green, Boston College

In the first of its two games this week, the Boston University softball team will head up to Dartmouth College Wednesday for a key non-conference matchup. With them, the Terriers (19-14, 4-2 Patriot League) hope to bring the momentum they gained after taking two of three games from Patriot League rivals Lehigh University as they search for […]

The Blue Line: One for the ages

Boston University undeniably won’t be going to the big dance any time soon. No, that ship sailed when star sophomore point guard Maurice Watson Jr., along with juniors Malik Thomas and James Kennedy, announced that they would be transferring. In addition to the three transfers, BU is losing three starting seniors — Dom Morris, D.J. Irving and […]