The Boston University men’s soccer team took the reigns in its game against the College of the Holy Cross and never let go, cruising to a 2-0 finish Wednesday night at Nickerson Field.
The Boston University men’s soccer team varied its means of attack Wednesday night, adapting to a College of the Holy Cross defensive scheme that sought to keep the ball off the feet of BU’s midfield and away from the Terriers’ speedy forwards in the offensive corners.
After recording its first victory in nearly a month in a 1-0 win against Harvard University on Sunday afternoon, the Boston University women’s soccer team hopes to ride that momentum into its next game against Dartmouth College on Thursday night.
The No. 19 Boston University men’s soccer team has a good opportunity to recharge an offense that has cooled since the season’s start when it hosts the College of the Holy Cross at Nickerson Field this Wednesday at 7 p.m.
The Boston University women’s soccer team finished its six-game road trip on Friday against Northeastern University, dropping a 1-0 decision before toppling Harvard University by an identical score at home on Sunday on a goal from freshman Megan McGoldrick.