Northeastern University’s men’s rowing team was dominant in the Foot of the Charles Regatta (FOCR) on Nov. 22, winning the varsity four-plus by beating crosstown rivals Harvard University and Boston University (BU).
The Northeastern men’s hockey team rallied after a Nov. 21 loss at Merrimack College in North Andover to beat the Warriors at home the following day and upset No. 3 University of Minnesota a week later. The two-game win streak was halted Wednesday with a loss to Providence College.
The Northeastern men’s basketball team had its most successful November in program history with five wins. After taking down Boston University and Florida State University in the opening week of the season, the Huskies (5-2) enjoyed another successful stretch over the past fortnight.
Three Northeastern University swimming records were broken during the Frank Elm Invitational meet against 11 universities at Rutgers University on Nov. 21-23.
Maybe this is how they will finally turn things around.
With its win over No. 3 University of Minnesota on Saturday, the Northeastern men’s hockey team had its first winning streak of the season. It was short-lived as Providence snapped the streak on Wednesday in the first of two games against the Huskies. The big question that faces Head Coach Jim Madigan and his team is if they can find the means to bounce back from defeat and play the way fans know they are capable of as the team gets into the heart of this season’s tough schedule.
The Northeastern University women’s basketball team found itself with a winning record after defeating Marist College by seven on Nov. 22, but slipped back to under .500 after losses to North Dakota State University (NDSU) and Florida Atlantic University (FAU).
The Northeastern cross country team rounded out its 2014 season this weekend at the Intercollegiate Association of Amateur Athletes of America/Eastern College Athletic Conference (IC4A/ECAC) Championships in Bronx, N.Y. on Nov. 22.
The Northeastern women’s soccer team’s record-breaking 2014 season came to an end on Nov. 21 with a 3-0 loss at the hands of top-seeded Florida State University (FSU). Over the course of the season, the Huskies broke program records for wins and shutouts, and reached the second round of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) tournament for the second time in school history.
Northeastern women’s hockey team had a packed schedule the last two weeks, taking on the University of Vermont (UVM), Harvard University and Union College. The team swept UVM 7-3 and 5-1 in back-to-back games Nov. 22 and 23. After the two wins, the Huskies lost 4-3 against Harvard on Saturday and 1-0 to Union on Tuesday at Matthews Arena.
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.