At the Francis D. Burke Club Room at Agganis Arena Tuesday night, eight Terriers were awarded […]
Swimming & Diving
This weekend, three members of the Boston University wrestling team competed in the NCAA Championships at […]
Boston University honored several outstanding student-athletes at its annual awards reception, held at the Francis D. […]
The Boston University men’s and women’s swimming teams had an historic weekend. Sunday night, both teams […]
Swimming and Diving The Boston University swimming and diving team competed at the Dartmouth Invitational at […]
The Boston University men’s swimming and diving team defeated Binghamton University, 168–132, Saturday afternoon at the […]
After participating in the four-day meet, the Boston University men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams […]
The Boston University women’s swimming and diving team claimed its second-straight America East championship in a row Sunday. The Terriers finished the four-day tournament with 765 points, 84 points more than second-place University of Maryland-Baltimore County, for their first repeat in 15 years.The University of New Hampshire took third, and the University of Vermont finished fourth.
Going on a trip down to Florida for the weekend sounds great to any Boston University student in the midst of a long winter cooped up in New England.
The annual Terrier Invitational, hosted at the Fitness and Recreation Center’s Competition Pool, Nov. 19 to 22, featured dominant performances by its namesake ‘-’- both the Boston University men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams broke records on the way to respective first place finishes.