After a pair of impressive performances in a two-win weekend for the Boston University men’s soccer team, junior forward Ben Berube and freshman back Kelvin Madzongwe were each recognized with America East weekly awards.
What a way to start off its self-proclaimed second season.
They say the best defense is a good offense. The other team cannot score if it does not have any access to the ball. In the World Cup this summer, fans saw Spain cruise through a series of 1-0 victories not by stifling the opposition with impenetrable defense, but by controlling the play at all times of the game.
The Boston University men’s soccer team snapped a three-game losing streak this weekend with a 3-0 victory over the University of Rhode Island Friday and a 2-1 win over No. 21 Harvard University Sunday night.
Coming off a three-game losing streak in which it was outscored 8-1, the Boston University men’s soccer team was in search of a win above all else heading into a set of games last weekend.
The Boston University women’s soccer team ended the first half of its season in style as they avenged an NCAA tournament loss to the University of Connecticut by defeating the Huskies last weekend. The postgame feelings were good, but the outlook was the same: there was still more work to be done.
The Boston University men’s soccer team will look to snap a three-game losing streak, its longest of the season, against the University of Rhode Island on Friday. The Terriers will then host No. 21 Harvard University Sunday.
After starting the season without a loss through five games, the Boston University men’s soccer team has encountered its first real rough patch of the season in a three-game losing streak. A hard-fought 2-1 loss to St. John’s University on Sept. 12 gave way to a disaster of a weekend, in which the Terriers were shut out by both No. 10 Boston College and No. 22 Brown University by a combined score of 6-0. BU had not allowed eight goals in a three-game span in 11 years.
This preseason, TopDrawerSoccer.com ranked junior forward Jessica Luscinski of the Boston University women’s soccer team as the top player to watch in the America East Conference this season for good reason.
Lapses on defense and struggles on the attack proved to be costly for the Boston University men’s soccer team as it dropped a pair of games against regional foes over the weekend.