“2013 was the best year of my life,” says Kendall Coyne, a sharpshooting forward for Northeastern hockey. Can she top it by helping Team USA win gold at the Olympics for the first time since 1998?
In July, four Northeastern students participated in Israel’s Maccabiah Games, the third largest sporting event in the world. Last week, they recounted their experiences over a Shabbat dinner at the university’s Hillel House.
The men’s hockey team has won five of its first six games in dominant fashion, dispatching of opponents by a combined score of 30–15.
Last week, the startup company Fantex Inc. announced a new marketplace for investors to buy and sell shares linked to the brand value and economic performance of professional athletes—and one […]
The Huskies feature 11 freshmen who bring a unique combination of much-needed offensive pluck and defensive grit to the Matthews Arena ice.
The No. 10 women’s hockey team plans to put defense first this season, which opens at Matthews Arena on Friday night against Syracuse University.
The Huskies have depth in all phases of the game, but is it enough to propel them to a conference championship?
The field hockey team lost three stars from a season ago, but coaches and players believe in their chances of winning with a revamped roster.
The men’s soccer team will open the regular season next Friday as the favorite to win the Colonial Athletic Association championship for the second consecutive year.
Charles Fountain, an associate professor of journalism, discusses the social media backlash against Wimbledon champion Marion Bartoli’s physical appearance and the evolution of the media’s coverage of women’s sports.
The Huskies are one of 20 teams that have been selected to participate in the 2013 USA Sevens Collegiate Rugby Championship, a nationally televised tournament on June 1–2 in Philadelphia.
A new book by Roger Abrams, the Richardson Professor of Law at Northeastern and a leader in the field of sports law, examines the critical role sports have played in politics and history.