Road racing cyclist Lance Armstrong has reportedly admitted to using performance enhancing drugs in an exclusive interview with Oprah Winfrey. We asked a trio of experts to explain how this news will affect him in the court of law and public opinion.
Northeastern’s tight-knit rugby club won the East Coast Rugby Conference 7s tournament last month in Amesbury, Mass., securing an automatic bid to the USA Rugby 7s Collegiate National Championships on Nov. 29–30 in College Station, Texas.
The men’s hockey team begins the regular season this evening at Matthews Arena in the first of seven consecutive games against Hockey East opponents.
The Northeastern women’s hockey team opens up the regular season on Friday at Colgate.
Journalism major Sarah Moomaw is one of four student sportswriters to earn an Associated Press Sports Editors Scholarship this summer.
Veronica Napoli, who holds Northeastern’s all-time women’s soccer scoring record with 36 goals and 89 points, has signed a contract to play for the Boston Breakers, a professional club in […]
After two preseason shutouts, squad aims to start off its season with a victory at Providence College tomorrow afternoon.
Real Madrid has signed a 7-year-old soccer player from Argentina, who will begin training with the Spanish club’s youth squad in September. We asked Dan Lebowitz, executive director of Sport in Society, to explain how parents, coaches and professional organizations can best safeguard the social and psychological development of a sports prodigy.
Roger Abrams, the Richardson Professor of Law at Northeastern’s School of Law, examines the new NFL labor agreement and the state of the sport.
Having two professional sports teams — the Celtics and the Bruins — in second-round playoffs won’t help Boston’s bottom line, says an economics professor.
Jonathan Hall, the captain of the track and field team, started his college career with a 1.7 GPA. He’s now on track to graduate with honors.