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March 2, 2015

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Diving team scores 39 at CAA Championships

Freshman diver Alyssa Seales earned eighth place with a final score of 266,80, jim pierce northeastern athletics

The Northeastern diving team racked up 39 overall points at the 2015 Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) Diving Championships this weekend and sent one competitor to the final round of the 3-meter dive, as well as three girls to the consolation rounds in both the 1- and 3-meter events. The Huskies placed fourth of eight overall, behind James Madison University (100 points), Towson University (95) and University of Delaware (61).

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March Madness beyond 64 teams

Michael Samaha, sports columnist

We are just a few days away from the month of March, and you know what that means: March Madness. This is the most exciting time in the college basketball season. I’m not even talking about the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) tournament, but I’m referencing everything that leads to it. With every team in the country feeling the pressure that the end of the regular season schedule brings, every game is naturally more intense – probably because there seems to be more riding on each and every game.

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NU basketball “just choked”

Senior guard Tanisha Hopewell scored a career-high 12 points against Elon on 2,19, northeastern athletics

The Northeastern women’s basketball team (5-20) returned to Boston this week for a two game homestand dropping a pair of thrillers against Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) rivals Elon University (15-10) and College of Charleston (4-22).

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Northeastern baseball swept by South Carolina

Sophomore outfielder Pat Madigan went a perfect five-for-five from the plate against No. 12 South Carolina on Sunday, Feb 22, jim pierce northeastern athletics

The Northeastern baseball team dropped to a 2-4 record after three straight losses to the University of South Carolina this weekend.

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Men take second in Beanpot finals

The men's hockey team huddle up before the game on Tuesday, Feb. 23 at the TD Garden.

The Northeastern men’s hockey team was defeated by Boston University (BU) in overtime of the Beanpot final by a score of 4-3. NU erased a 3-1 deficit in the third period, but it wasn’t enough as BU scored less than one minute into overtime.

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NU men’s basketball in four-way conference tie

Junior guard David Walker, 4, dunks the ball on a fast break.

With the 2014-15 regular season nearing its close, the Northeastern men’s basketball team claimed two momentous victories over conference opponents this week.

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Women’s hockey earns home ice against UNH

Freshman forward McKenna Brand scored a power-play goal on Saturday, Feb 21 at UNH, jim pierce northeastern athletics

Northeastern University’s women’s hockey team had a weekend sweep against the University of New Hampshire (UNH). On Saturday, the two teams battled at UNH for a 5-1 Husky win. At home on Sunday, the Huskies honored the five seniors on Senior Day and came away with a 3-1 victory.

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Men’s basketball beats Hofstra, loses to UNCW

junior guard David Walker scored 20 points and added a career-high eight assists, jim pierce

For the second consecutive week, the Northeastern men’s basketball team began in victory, but dropped the second game at week’s end.

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Baseball takes 2 of 3 in Texas season opener

sophomore pitcher Dustin Hunt threw for six innings and allowed just three hits against Incarnate Word, jim pierce northeastern athletics

The Northeastern University baseball team started off its season strong by winning two of three games against the University of the Incarnate Word in San Antonio this weekend.

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Darrow jumps 7.54 meters in win at BU

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As the regular season winds down, the Northeastern track and field team competed at the David Hemery Valentine Invitational hosted by Boston University last weekend.

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