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Tennis falls in America East semifinals

After prevailing with a 4-2 win over the University of Hartford in the America East quarterfinals at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center on Friday, the Boston University men’s tennis team lost its semifinal matchup with Binghamton University on Saturday, ending the team’s season with a 6-14 record. BU had success in its quarterfinal matchup despite the absence […]

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Roundup: Crew and rowing have successful weekends

The No. 12 Boston University men’s crew team took home the Lusins Cup for the third time in four years during its final race on the Charles River of the season. The Terriers competed against No. 14. Columbia University and No. 13 Syracuse University on Saturday. The Terriers took home the Lusins Cup during the Varsity Eight race, which was […]

Weekly Roundup: Men’s tennis wins third straight in sweep of Sacred Heart

In a victory that created its first winning streak of the season, the Boston University men’s tennis team swept Sacred Heart University, 7-0, in Fairfield, Conn., on Saturday. The win was BU’s second sweep in three wins this season. With the win, BU (3-11) has gotten on a bit of a hot streak after starting 0-10, as it has won […]

Weekly roundup: Men’s tennis gets first win of season

The Boston University tennis teams struggled over spring break, as the women’s team dropped both of its meets and the men’s team went 1-3. The women’s team (4-6) dropped its fifth and sixth straight matches after losing to Rutgers University and No. 74 College of Charleston, respectively. During the meet with Rutgers, sophomore Leonie-Charlotte Athanasiadis and classmate Amelia Martinez won […]

Weekly Roundup: Two members of wrestling team qualify for NCAAs

After losing three of its last four meets, the Boston University wrestling team placed fourth during the Colonial Athletic Association championship on Saturday. Two Terriers, junior Kyle Czarnecki and sophomore Kevin Innis, each qualified for NCAAs for the first time in their collegiate careers. After falling in the 174-pound championship to top-seeded Te Edwards of Old Dominion University, Czarnecki won […]

Weekly Roundup: Swimming and Diving makes waves at Championships

After participating in the four-day meet, the Boston University men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams swept the America East Championship on Sunday night at BU’s Competition Pool. This marked the first time since 1994 that both teams won the title in the same year. Two different BU athletes also received honors after the meet. Junior diver Melinda Matyas, who […]

Roundup: Two Terriers break own records at Valentine Invitational

Boston University sophomore runner Rich Peters topped his own school record for fastest mile on Saturday during the Valentine Invitational at the BU Track and Tennis Center. Peters, who is from Bristol, England, set a new bar for best mile with his time of 3:57.83 while coming from behind to win the mile race in the meet. He held the […]

Tennis picks up victories at ITA regional

After three days of matches at the Intercollegiate Tennis Association’s Regional, the Boston University women’s tennis team came away with three singles victories and a doubles win in New Haven, Conn. this past weekend. Vivien Laszloffy led the Terriers as the junior made her way to an appearance in the round of 32. Laszloffy, who had a bye for the […]

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CUMMINGS: BU tennis builds dynasty under Sheehan

CUMMINGS: BU tennis builds dynasty under Sheehan

The school year may be gradually (and painfully) coming to a close, but the women’s tennis team shows no signs of slowing down anytime soon. Over the weekend, Boston University overcame two losses in the doubles matches to defeat Binghamton University, the No. 1 seed, and win its 18th straight America East title. The team is now headed to the […]

W. tennis captures 18th straight America East title

The No. 2 Boston University women’s tennis team overcame a loss in the doubles point to beat No. 1 Binghamton University, 4-3, on Sunday afternoon at Yale University in the America East championship. The win earned the Terriers (12-8) their 18th straight conference title and their 13th straight NCAA tournament berth. BU had fallen behind Binghamton (12-9) in the doubles […]