In late November, the men’s hockey team was 1–11-2. Four months later, the Huskies were celebrating their first Hockey East championship since 1988. Here, head coach Jim Madigan reflects on Northeastern’s historic turnaround and looks ahead to Friday, when his club will face off against the North Dakota Fighting Hawks in the first round of the NCAA tournament.
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“Our goal is to win 30 games, make the tournament, and win the conference championship,” said head coach Mike Glavine, whose team will open the home portion of its schedule on Friday afternoon against the University of Buffalo.
The Northeastern men’s and women’s track and field teams open the 2016 outdoor season this week. We asked Cathrine Erickson, director of track and field and cross country, about her expectations for this year and the quest for regional supremacy.
Kendall Coyne, senior captain of the women’s hockey team, is one of the greatest collegiate players of all time. As her career at Northeastern nears its end, she and those who know her well reflect on her ascent to the top of the sport.
The Huskies are looking to capitalize on the momentum and experience of last year’s thrilling run to the CAA title and NCAA tournament as they enter the 2015–16 season, which begins tonight at crosstown rival Boston University.
The 2015–16 Huskies will look to build on the foundation laid by head coach Kelly Cole, who is entering her second season as bench boss. Their first test of the new season will be Friday afternoon at Boston University.
Northeastern University athletic director Peter Roby shared the continued successes student-athletes garnered in the classroom and on the competitive stage last year.
From a Veterans Day ceremony to Snell Library’s 25th anniversary, here’s a rundown of must-see events taking place at Northeastern this month.
The Northeastern swimming and diving team opened the season last month with a win over Wagner. The Huskies will host Harvard for an exhibition meet on Saturday and then continue […]
The Huskies have high expectations for the new season, which will begin on Saturday night at Matthews Arena. As head coach Jim Madigan put it, “We want to win Hockey East, win the Beanpot, and then get to the national championship.”