Sophomore Dorrie Varley Barrett scored the Terriers' lone goal on Monday night. PHOTO BY JUSTIN HAWK/ DFP FILE PHOTO

Own goal in final seconds hands women’s soccer sixth straight loss

The Boston University women’s soccer team fell to the University of Cincinnati 2-1 Monday after a devastating own goal in the final seconds. Though the contest was tight throughout, with eight seconds left on the clock, a bad touch from a BU (0-6) defender gave the Bearcats (4-2) an opportunity, sealing BU’s sixth straight loss. Both teams battled it out in […]

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Men’s soccer bested by Boston College in season opener

The Boston University men’s soccer team fell to No. 8 Boston College in its first game of the season Saturday afternoon in Newton, suffering the same fate it did last year against the 2-0 Eagles ﹘ a 3-2 defeat. The Terriers (0-1) put forth a valiant effort against their Commonwealth Avenue rivals, and despite scoring the first and final goals […]

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BU soccer to face ranked BC, regional rivals this season

The Boston University men’s soccer team on Tuesday released its schedule for the 2016 season, which includes a number of non-conference games against formidable opponents, as well as a few Ivy League sides and other regional rivals. The Terriers’ (12-6-2 in 2015) first contest of the year will be against Boston College (11-8-2) on Aug. 28. BC is ranked 11th […]

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Sophomore forward Jakob Forsbacka Karlsson should be a force for BU hockey in the coming season. PHOTO BY MADDIE MALHOTRA/ DAILY FREE PRESS STAFF

An Overview of BU Athletics: Everything you need to know

Throughout the 2015-16 season, Boston University athletics enjoyed another year as one of the premier Division I programs in the country. Highlighted by a number of Patriot League championships and NCAA tournament appearances, Terriers excelled on the field, ice and court last season. Looking ahead to this year and beyond, BU sports is poised to compete at a high level […]

The men's hockey team advanced to the NCAA Tournament, but ultimately fell to the University of Denver.

How did BU Athletics fare throughout 2015-16 academic year?

Fall Sports Men’s soccer (12-6-2, 6-1-2 Patriot League): Serious question marks surrounded BU head coach Neil Roberts’ side before the 2015 campaign, and by the season’s end in November, all were answered with aplomb. The Terriers posted seven shutouts, earned an at-large bid to the NCAA Tournament and were one point shy of the conference’s regular-season title. Perhaps the biggest […]

Dom Badji now plays alongside established stars with Champions League and international experience. PHOTO COURTESY WIKIMEDIA

Former Terrier Dominique Badji thriving with Colorado Rapids in MLS

Over the course of 2011 to 2014, Patriot League teams knew well that the Boston University men’s soccer team had a special talent. A native of Dekar, Senegal, Dominique Badji was an ever-present threat up throughout his BU career, earning multiple conference and regional awards along the way. Fast forward to present day, and Badji has turned a fourth-round selection […]

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BU's women's soccer team won the Patriot League title and advanced to the NCAA Tournament. PHOTO BY BETSEY GOLDWASSER/DFP FILE PHOTO

BU fall coaches reflect on collective Patriot League, NCAA success

While the Boston University men’s soccer, women’s soccer and field hockey teams won’t officially kick off their respective seasons until August 2016, they’re far from resting on their laurels. In the midst of their abbreviated spring seasons, each group is coming off a year in which it qualified for the NCAA Tournament, a feat that only a select number of […]

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After slow start, women’s soccer impresses in 2015

The 2015 season was a memorable one for the Boston University women’s soccer team. The Terriers (13-6-3, 8-0-1 Patriot League) started off 0-4-2 but finished as Patriot League champions with a second round appearance in the NCAA Tournament. BU showed resiliency and progression over the course of the season. It wasn’t just any ordinary conference title win for the Terriers, […]

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Neil Roberts reflects on strong season for men’s soccer

When the Boston University men’s soccer team arrived on campus in August for preseason, major question marks persisted throughout the squad. The Terriers lost the spine of their 2014 team to graduation, the spring season served as a major disappointment and 13 new players were set to don the scarlet and white for the first time. Fast-forward to present day, […]

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Senior goalkeeper Alyssa Parisi allowed six goals in a loss to Penn State on Friday. PHOTO BY JUSTIN HAWK/DFP FILE PHOTO

Women’s soccer ends promising season with loss in 2nd round of NCAA Tournament

The Boston University women’s soccer team concluded its season with a 6-0 loss at the hands of No. 6 Pennsylvania State University in the second round of the NCAA tournament on Friday night at Jeffrey Field in Pennsylvania. The Terriers (13-6-3, 8-0-1 Patriot League) had not allowed more than three goals the entire season, but the Nittany Lions (19-3-2) changed […]

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