The Huskies thrilled fans in 2012, a year in which players and teams captured several records, awards, and impressive victories over longtime rivals.
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Women’s field hockey coach Cheryl Murtagh and men’s soccer coach Brian Ainscough have been recognized with coach-of-the-year awards.
No, the brooms don’t fly. And if you want to get really technical about it, they’re actually spare lacrosse sticks. But that hasn’t stopped students from joining Northeastern’s intramural quidditch … read more »
Northeastern’s tight-knit rugby club won the East Coast Rugby Conference 7s tournament last month in Amesbury, Mass., securing an automatic bid to the USA Rugby 7s Collegiate National Championships on Nov. 29–30 in College Station, Texas.
The men’s basketball team won its season opener on a dramatic last-second shot and the men’s soccer team captured its first-ever Colonial Athletic Association conference title, sending the club to the NCAA tournament.
Husky hoops hysteria is in full force this week, as the Northeastern men’s basketball team kicks off the season on Friday night against cross-town rival Boston University at a sure-to-be … read more »
Ronald Sandler, associate professor of philosophy and director of the university’s Ethics Institute, examines the doping allegations against the cyclist and why the case has resonated so strongly with the public.
With its thrilling 3–1 victory over Boston College last weekend, the men’s hockey team did more than just knock off the nation’s top-ranked team. It also vaulted into the national … read more »
The Huskies defeated the No. 1 Boston College Eagles 3–1 on Saturday night at a sold-out Matthews Arena.
The men’s hockey team begins the regular season this evening at Matthews Arena in the first of seven consecutive games against Hockey East opponents.
The Northeastern women’s hockey team opens up the regular season on Friday at Colgate.
Women’s volleyball hopes to remain unbeaten at home, while both the men’s soccer and women’s field hockey teams travel to Virginia to face familiar foes.