The Huskies swept the competition this weekend, lifting their record to 11–3 and giving the team great momentum heading into Colonial Athletic Association action next weekend.
The Huskies have opened the season 3–0, behind timely scoring and a stout defense.
Kelley Becherer won her first two gold-medal races over the weekend in London, and has two more to come next weekend.
Dan Lebowitz, the executive director of Sport in Society, examines the decision by the United States Anti-Doping Agency to strip cyclist Lance Armstrong of his Tour de France victories.
Several Northeastern men’s and women’s sports teams have started strong, knocking off ranked opponents and flexing their scoring touch in tournaments around the country.
A core group of veterans and a versatile freshman class will lead the men’s basketball team this season.
Will Miller, E’07, and the U.S. men’s eight rowing team narrowly missed a medal on Wednesday morning at the 2012 Summer Olympic Games.
Expectations are high for a talented women’s volleyball team on the cusp of breaking through and winning “the big matches.”
Northeastern men’s hockey player Jamie Oleksiak has been selected by the Dallas Stars with the 14th overall pick, becoming the Huskies’ second-ever first-round draftee.
The executive director of Northeastern’s Sport in Society center says pro athletes need to be more mindful of their powerful influence on children
Stellar academic performance earns Northeastern varsity athletes national recognition off the field
Last week, Phoenix Suns President Rick Welts revealed that he is gay. We asked Dan Lebowitz, executive director of Sport in Society, a Northeastern University research center, to explain the dearth of openly gay male athletes in professional sports.