Boston University honored several outstanding student-athletes at its annual awards reception, held at the Francis D. […]
Swimming & Diving
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.
The Boston University men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams were back in action on Saturday in Vestal, N.Y. for the first time since defeating the University of Maine at home on Oct. 24.
The last time the Boston University women’s swimming and diving team claimed the top prize at the America East Swimming and Diving Championships, most of the current Terriers were just starting grade school.