After a disappointing first weekend of the season, the Northeastern field hockey team has stretched its winning streak to three games. This marks the team’s longest streak since the 2012 season, with wins over Providence College, Dartmouth College and University of New Hampshire (UNH) in the past eight days.
One of the greatest perks of attending Northeastern University is its proximity to Fenway Park, but buying Red Sox tickets isn’t always possible on a college budget. However, the Red Sox organization is now offering $9 standing room tickets to high school and college students in Boston.
It was the staunch efforts of an impenetrable back line that allowed Northeastern’s women’s soccer team (4-2-2) to earn points in two matches against in-state rivals this week.
The last two Northeastern men’s soccer games at Parsons Field came down to a one-point difference.
The Northeastern women’s volleyball team traveled to South Bend, Ind., last weekend for a three-match tournament. While the Huskies struggled against their first two opponents, they won the last match in a five-set thriller. Following the tournament, the team headed north and defeated the University of New Hampshire (UNH) in four sets on Tuesday.
Lights Out 4 Leukemia boxing event and fundraiser, organized in part by Northeastern alumni Dante Boyer, will be held Sept. 13 at St. James Hall in Watertown to benefit The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society (LLS).
With the home-opener came the first win of the season for the Northeastern field hockey team.
The Northeastern men’s and women’s cross country teams have proven to be top contenders in the 2014 season thus far.
t the Rose Hill Classic, the Northeastern University women’s volleyball team was able to find a rhythm, sparking a three-match sweep of the weekend tournament.