Northeastern came into the game having won five of their previous six games while Drexel was sitting on a three game losing streak. The Dragons arrived at the tournament, though, with a 21-10 record including 11-7 within the CAA.
When I watch SportsCenter or read Sports Illustrated, I swell with pride every time a female broadcaster or journalist’s name appears.
The Northeastern University (NU) men’s basketball team saw their season expire with the clock on Saturday, March 4, suffering an 82-54 loss to Towson University in the first round of the Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) Tournament.
The Huskies move onto Eastern College Athletic Conference/Intercollegiate Association of Amateur Athletes of America Championships at Boston University this upcoming weekend.
Chris Herren, a Massachusetts native, spoke to 450 students about drug addiction at an event organized by the club basketball teams in partnership with NU’s chapter of the fraternity Delta Tau Delta.
The win over Hofstra gave Northeastern a final record of 12-18, including 8-10 within the Colonial Athletic Association (CAA).
Freshman guard Bolden Brace sunk a school record 10 three-pointers en route to 40 points. It was just the third 40-point game in school history; the other two were accomplished by NBA veterans Jose Juan Barea in 2005 and Reggie Lewis in 1986.
After the exhibition against the Boston Red Sox, the Huskies remained in Florida throughout the weekend, taking on North Florida four times across three days.
All of the rookies who competed took home points, and seven seniors swam their last collegiate races, including captains Delaney Lanker and Jordan Domeier who placed seventh and eighth in the 200 butterfly.