On behalf of the Northeastern men’s ice hockey coaching staff and our student athletes, I would like to thank everyone in attendance at Saturday night’s win against New Hampshire.
The Northeastern women’s hockey team played Providence College this weekend, losing 4-1 on Saturday at Schneider Arena. On Sunday, the Huskies turned it around at Matthews Arena as sophomore goaltender Sarah Foss notched her first career win with a 6-2 victory.
Senior Zachary Fraielli and sophomore Lucy Young once again proved to be the stars of the Northeastern cross country team when they led the Huskies at the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Northeast Regional Championships in Bronx, N.Y. on Friday.
The Northeastern women’s rowing team competed in the Foot of the Charles Regatta (FOCR) against five other universities on Saturday, finishing with the varsity eight boat victory. The University of Rhode Island (URI), Boston University (BU), Boston College (BC), Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and Harvard University competed against Northeastern to close out the fall season.
It took some time and it wasn’t pretty, but the Northeastern women’s soccer team took home its first outright National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) tournament win in school history on Saturday. By edging Boston University (BU) in a 2-0 thriller at BU’s Nickerson Field, the Huskies earned a spot amongst the last 32 teams standing in Division I women’s soccer.
The Northeastern women’s volleyball team finished the season with three home losses against the College of Charleston, the College of William & Mary and James Madison University (JMU).
The Northeastern men’s soccer team’s season ended on a melancholy note with a 1-0 overtime loss to the University of Delaware on Friday.
The Northeastern men’s hockey team fell to the University of New Hampshire (UNH) on Friday in Durham, N.H., but picked up its first win of the season on Saturday night after storming back from a one-goal deficit.
I’m disappointed in everybody- the entire student body. Where have you all been? Being one of the leaders of Husky Nation and the leader of the basketball team’s student section, the N-Zone, I end up attending a lot of our school’s sporting events, especially the big games, and let me tell you something: these games are a fun time to be at. Our student athletes are at the top level of college athletics and always perform in a way that makes me proud to be a Northeastern Husky.
The Northeastern men’s basketball team got off to a strong start this season, taking down Boston University (BU) over the weekend before upsetting Florida State University (FSU) mid-week.