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Men’s soccer loses 1st conference game

In its first ever Patriot League game, the Boston University men’s soccer team took on the U.S. Naval Academy Saturdaynight. Despite recording 18 shots during the match, the Terriers succumbed to Navy by a 1-0 margin. “It was a difficult game,” said BU coach Neil Roberts. “Navy played extremely well, but I thought we played pretty […]

BU looks to rebound against Army

After falling in a narrow 1-0 contest against the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis, Md., the Boston University women’s soccer team is ready for another tough conference matchup against the U.S. Military Academy in West Point, N.Y. Both the Terriers (5-3-1, 0-1 Patriot League) and the Black Knights (5-4-1, 1-0 Patriot League) will be looking […]

Turnovers limit chances for Terriers against Harvard

The development of the Boston University men’s soccer team’s offense, one of the highlights of the season thus far, came to a major halt in a double-overtime 0-0 draw with Harvard University at Soldiers Field. The Terriers, who have been improving steadily throughout the season on offense, struggled with ball possession and passing, highlighted by […]

Men’s soccer battles to scoreless draw vs. Crimson

The Boston University men’s soccer team came into its match Wednesday against Harvard University looking to rebound from a loss against Providence College, but instead, the team came out with a 0-0 double-overtime draw at Soldiers Field. Similar to the 2-0 loss to Providence (5-1-2) on Friday, the Terriers (3-3-1) could not find their footing early in the […]

Men’s soccer to face Harvard

The Boston University men’s soccer team will look to shake off its loss against Providence College last Friday as it faces Harvard University Wednesday night in Allston. The Terriers (3-3-0) looked absolutely drained Friday, as they were beat to almost every ball and could not find their offense. But with this four-day layoff, the Terriers will hopefully by […]