The Huskies will play 13 home games during the 2014–15 regular season. Here are the five matchups at Matthews Arena you won’t want to miss.
It’s never too early to look ahead, especially when the first game of the new season is less than three months away. Here are the five matchups you won’t want to miss.
The serendipitous tale of three countries, two Northeastern lacrosse players, and one big goal.
Thomas Vicino, an associate professor of political science, has received a U.S. Fulbright Scholarship to conduct research on the process of rapid urbanization and economic development planning in Brazil, the site of the 2014 World Cup and 2016 Summer Olympics.
Sean and Connor Lyons, outfielders for Northeastern’s baseball team, believe in playing the game with a healthy dose of controlled aggression.
Julia and Adriana Sepulveda, fraternal twins on Northeastern’s swimming and diving team, are wont to follow in each other’s footsteps. “We’re pretty much the exact same person,” Julia says.
Baseball is far from India’s most popular sport, but that hasn’t stopped fourth-year anthropology major Jackson Golden from working to bring America’s pastime to the nation’s makeshift diamonds.
In his latest book on baseball in Latin America, professor Alan Klein charts the history of Major League Baseball’s influence in the Dominican Republic, where sugar refineries had begun fielding ultra-competitive baseball teams as early as the 1930s.
The Huskies will play their first home game of the season on Friday afternoon at Parsons Field. Here are five things you should know before the first pitch.
The changeover crew has two hours to turn the hockey rink at Northeastern University’s century-old arena into a basketball court for the Huskies’ regular season finale. Can it be done? Here’s the story of the people and the science behind the job.
All four of Northeastern’s women’s hockey Olympians will be vying for a medal when the puck drops in Sochi on Thursday.
Haley and Jenny Sinclair, fraternal twins on the women’s soccer squad, are aggressive yet intelligent young athletes, first-year Huskies who put team before truculence.