The Boston University women’s soccer team’s season came to a heartbreaking end in the first round of the NCAA Tournament Friday night at the hands of the University of Connecticut, 1-0, in double-overtime.
When University of Connecticut senior Brittany Taylor’s shot sailed into the right corner of the net in the 108th minute, giving UConn a 1-0 double overtime win in the first round of the NCAA Tournament, the seniors of the Boston University women’s soccer team ‘-’- Casey Brown, Taleen Dimirdjian, Mikaela Hansen, Farrell McClernon, Mara Osher, Emily Pallotta, Janie Reilly and Laura Schwartz ‘-’- saw their season and collegiate careers come to an end in heartbreaking fashion.
The growing pains started early for the Boston University women’s basketball team this season, suffering back-to-back losses in their debut this weekend at the hands of the University of Kentucky, 92-58, and the University of Massachusetts-Amherst in overtime, 79-73.
Seven months of speculation and prognostication come to a head Friday night when the Boston University men’s basketball team, under new head coach Patrick Chambers, takes on Iona College in its season opener in New Rochelle, N.Y.
The book on last season has closed and put on the shelf under the history section. The seniors, all four of whom were starters, have graduated and moved on. This is truly a new year.