The Northeastern University (NU) men’s hockey team outmuscled Simon Frasier University (SFU) 10-2 in exhibition action at Matthews Arena Sunday afternoon. Six freshmen scored for the Huskies, including forward Jason Cotton, who scored three goals to notch a hat trick.
The Northeastern University (NU) field hockey team (3-9) lost to Drexel University 4-3 on Friday, unable to secure a win in its first Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) game. The team then battled hard against Boston University (BU) on Sunday but fell just short, losing 3-2.
Northeastern University (NU) women’s soccer bounced back after a slow start to Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) play this weekend at Parsons Field, beating the College of Charleston 2-1 and the University of North Carolina at Wilmington (UNCW) 3-2.
The Northeastern University (NU) men’s soccer team was unable to capitalize on a strong start in a road game with a 2-1 loss against the Elon University Phoenix, falling to a season record of 0-7-2.
Brittani Gardella smiles and takes a sip from her Starbucks iced coffee in the lobby of Matthews Arena. The five-foot, three-inch starting center back for the Northeastern women’s soccer team slouches in her chair comfortably as she reflects on her soccer career and the path least traveled to where she is today.
After routing Simon Fraser University on Sunday afternoon at Matthews Arena, the Northeastern University men’s hockey team looks geared up to start the 2015-16 season. The Huskies tallied 10 goals in the exhibition against the Canadian squad, including a third-period hat trick from freshman forward Jason Cotton. After an extremely impressive performance in their preseason contest, the team now looks ahead to what should be an exciting season.
Northeastern University (NU) women’s soccer traveled south to begin Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) play this weekend.
The Northeastern University (NU) swimming and diving team returned to the pool for the 2015-16 season, beating Wagner College by a score of 162-130 at NU’s Barletta Natatorium on Saturday.
I was 11. One day, a boy brought a pack of soccer cards to school. It was new to everybody, and it instantly set off a frenzy. Everyone, including me, started buying and trading these cards at school. My friend, Justin, was a big fan of Liverpool FC at the time, and we started looking out for the Liverpool players in the packs. Just like that, I started supporting Liverpool.
Over the weekend, the Northeastern University (NU) field hockey team (3-7) split a pair of games against Monmouth University and the University of Maine, putting up strong performances and rebounding from a three-game losing streak. The skid ended when NU beat Monmouth on Friday by a score of 5-4. The team fell just short on Sunday in Orono, Maine, losing 2-1.