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Six former Terriers inducted into BU Athletic Hall of Fame

Saturday night at the Metcalf Trustees Ballroom at the School of Management, current and former members of the Boston University athletic program were honored at the 50th BU Athletic Hall of Fame induction banquet for their performances both on and off the field. Six former Terriers – John Curry, Bob Speight, Jay Hillman, Pam Spuehler, […]

Roundup: Women’s rowing captures Patriot League championship

The Boston University women’s rowing team capped off a successful league season Friday, winning the Patriot League Championship and earning the program’s second-straight NCAA Championships berth. In the heat races, the Terriers’ varsity eight, second varsity eight and varsity four boats all advanced to the grand final. Fighting through the wind and the rain, BU […]

Roundup: Hyoty named conference Player of the Year, Sheehan earns Coach of the Year

The Boston University women’s tennis team hit the ground running during its first foray in the Patriot League, posting a 14-6 record and defeating nine-time defending champion U.S. Military Academy for the conference championship. As a result of the BU’s wildly successful season, four Terriers were given major year-end awards on Tuesday. BU coach Lesley […]

Women’s tennis to face No. 15 Miami

The Boston University women’s tennis team will be heading down to Florida to face the No. 15 University of Miami in the first round of the NCAA Tournament. BU (14-6) earned an automatic berth in the tournament after posting a 4-1 win over nine-time defending conference champion U.S. Military Academy in the Patriot League Championship […]

Women’s tennis claims Patriot League title

Heading into the Patriot League Tournament as the No. 1 seed, the Boston University women’s tennis team was poised to take home the league title in its first year in the new conference. The team did not disappoint, and the Terriers took home the Patriot League crown with a victory over the second-seeded U.S. Military […]