The Head of the Charles Regatta, the main rowing event of the year, attracted over 400,000 spectators along the banks and bridges of the Charles River over the weekend. In its 50th year, the race saw 776 clubs from all over the world, including Norway, Canada, Germany and Australia. The two-day race is the largest of its kind worldwide.
Touting an impressive 11-4-2 record, the Northeastern women’s soccer team is in stellar form as postseason play approaches.
The Northeastern men’s hockey team is still chasing its first win after dropping a pair of games to Colgate University at Starr Rink in Hamilton, N.Y. this past weekend. The first and longest road trip of the season was an unfruitful one that sent the Huskies on the 270-mile bus ride home with a 0-3 record.
The Northeastern field hockey team had its 11-game winning streak snapped on Sunday in a 2-1 overtime loss against No. 20 University of Maine. Entering the game, Northeastern had dominated Maine with a record of 23-6-1.
If I were to tell you that the best running back in college football, who is also a Heisman Trophy candidate, will not play another down of football this season, you would probably wonder what happened. Did he blow out his knee? Nope, he is totally healthy. Is he being charged for a crime or was he arrested? No, he hasn’t broken any laws. He must have violated some kind of school or team rule? No, he didn’t do that either.
In an exciting, hard-fought game by both sides, the University of North Carolina at Wilmington’s (UNCW) men’s soccer team was defeated Northeastern 2-0 Saturday night at Parsons Field.
The Northeastern women’s volleyball team reached the halfway point of the Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) season last weekend, losing road matches to James Madison University (JMU) and the College of William & Mary.
The Northeastern women’s hockey team ended this weekend with a 4-0 win on Friday followed by a 4-2 loss on Saturday, both against Mercyhurst University in Erie, Pa.
With a win over the Drexel Dragons last Sunday, the Northeastern field hockey team extended its winning streak to 11 games, the most they’ve won in a row since 2005. The win also moved the Huskies to 2-0 in Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) play, the first time they’ve won their first two games of conference play in the last nine years. The Dragons scored the first goal 21:55 into the first half, after senior midfielder Christina Conrad was able to put it in the net after gaining control of a loose ball.
The Northeastern men’s hockey team fell behind 6-2 to the University of Vermont (UVM) in the Huskies’ season opener on Saturday night at Matthews Arena.