The Boston University women’s soccer team won its fourth straight game on Thursday, a 1-0 triumph over the University of New Hampshire.
The No. 15/16 Boston University men’s soccer team will conclude its non-conference schedule this season with a decisive match-up against No. 23/23 Brown University Wednesday at 7 p.m. at Stevenson Field in Providence, R.I.
The Boston University women’s soccer team opened up its season with 10-straight games against non-conference opponents, going 4-4-2 in those contests. Three out of those 10 teams were ranked, including then-No. 16 Boston College, then-No. 7 West Virginia University and then-No. 23 Penn State University.
The Boston University men’s tennis team opened its season this past weekend with the University of Connecticut Invitational in Storrs, Conn. BU turned in positive performances from the second-flight doubles duo of senior Jeff Chudacoff and freshman Josh Friedman, who captured the Flight-B doubles championship.
Last March, Binghamton University was on top of the world. In just his second season, Binghamton coach Kevin Broadus had taken the Bearcats from a perpetual America East doormat to conference and tournament champions.