Justine Siegel hopes to make that dream a reality — not just for DeVinney, but for future generations of girls. The national tournament, a six-day event held in Kissimmee, Florida, […]
Ben admitted, “It was hard when Sarah went off to college.” But the siblings say they text and call each other all the time. “Siblings can naturally be friends, but you […]
For the first time since 1991, the Northeastern Huskies are going dancing after beating top seed William & Mary in the Colonial Athletic Association final. After winning just 11 games […]
Not much went Northeastern’s way in the first two months of the 2013–14 men’s basketball season. Losing both leading scorer Joel Smith (16.1 PPG) and leading assist man Jonathan Lee (4.0 […]
Talk about two teams with something to play for. When Northeastern University and Boston College square off for the Beanpot championship next Monday night, both will have plenty of incentive. […]
Northeastern coach Bill Coen may win the award for stuffing the most games and adding the most intensity to a foreign trip among the 60 schools taking the sojourns this […]
If you’re an athlete, your skills, ambition and work ethic are supposed to determine your career path, rather than nepotism or insider connections. Which means you can come from anywhere […]
The Massachusetts Amateur Sports Foundation has announced that Carlos Pena has been named to the Bay State Games Hall of Fame as a member of the Class of 2011.