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Society of Professional Journalists chapter opens at Northeastern

Society of Professional Journalists chapter opens at Northeastern

February 16, 2018


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By Morgan Lloyd, campus editor Journalism students looking for professional resources and connections can now join the new Northeastern chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists. Northeastern’s chapter is one of three in Boston for the Society of Professional Journalists, or SPJ, which ...

[UPDATED] DogHouse fan ejected from Matthews Arena after alleged Title IX complaint

[UPDATED] DogHouse fan ejected from Matthews Arena after alleged Title IX complaint

November 18, 2017


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Updated Nov. 18 to include comment from members of Northeastern University’s Sexual Assault Response Coalition and information about substituted chant sheets Saturday. By Jenna Ciccotelli, deputy sports editor A leader of Northeastern University’s student-led fan section was ejected from Friday...

Gaudette, Griffin enjoy multi-goal games as Huskies defeat BU in front of sellout Homecoming crowd

Gaudette, Griffin enjoy multi-goal games as Huskies defeat BU in front of sellout Homecoming crowd

November 10, 2017


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By Jenna Ciccotelli, deputy sports editor Revenge probably tastes pretty sweet — but since the Northeastern men’s ice hockey team had a say in it, Boston University wouldn’t know. The Huskies reaffirmed last weekend’s road defeat of the Terriers, dominating their crosstown rivals Frida...

Demolition by Delaware spoils NU senior day

Demolition by Delaware spoils NU senior day

November 2, 2017


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By Jenna Ciccotelli, deputy sports editor With a losing-streak-snapping 3-0 win at home against Drexel University Friday, the Northeastern field hockey squad clinched their fourth-place holding in the Colonial Athletic Association standings, earning a bid to the conference tournament, where they ...

Field hockey falls to Saint Joseph’s at home

Field hockey falls to Saint Joseph’s at home

October 29, 2017


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Outscored 7-0 in their past two contests, Northeastern returned home from their final road trip of the season for Sunday’s meeting against Saint Joseph’s University hungry for redemption. The Huskies had maintained strong play in the first 35 minutes of their Friday contest, giving up just one ...

Gluyas earns career-best as field hockey gets shut out at home

Gluyas earns career-best as field hockey gets shut out at home

October 18, 2017


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By Jenna Ciccotelli, deputy sports editor First-year goalkeeper Julia Gluyas may have had a record-setting day Sunday as the Northeastern University field hockey team took on the Princeton Tigers at home, but in a perfect world, Gluyas’ career-best nine saves would never have reached her pads in...

Record-setting field hockey squad falls in Columbus Day dogfight

Record-setting field hockey squad falls in Columbus Day dogfight

October 11, 2017


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The Northeastern University field hockey team split games at home last weekend, enjoying a history-making win against Hofstra University Friday before falling to neighboring Boston University (BU) in a wet and wild dogfight Columbus Day. Six different Huskies scored in the team’s 8-1 bulldozing of ...

Women’s hockey alum represents Huskies in German pros

Women’s hockey alum represents Huskies in German pros

October 4, 2017


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When Hayley Masters laced up her skates for one final appearance as a Northeastern Husky, she did so with a lump in her throat. It was the team’s bid for their first Hockey East Championship last season, and the buzzer that signaled the end of the game against Boston College — and the Huskies’...

Field hockey splits first CAA road trip

Field hockey splits first CAA road trip

October 4, 2017


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It was all building up to this moment. After going 6-5 to open their season in non-conference play, facing nationally-ranked opponents such as Harvard University and long-time rivals like the University of Vermont, the Northeastern University field hockey team was headed south to take on Towson Un...

Huskies tack up six unanswered goals to crush Vermont

Huskies tack up six unanswered goals to crush Vermont

September 26, 2017


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It was a long time coming for Kristin Abreu. Despite starting in each of the Northeastern field hockey team’s nine games this season, the fourth-year forward had yet to tally a goal or an assist. But on Sunday, it finally clicked for the Trinidad native. Abreu notched two of the Huskies’ six goa...

Huskies snag first home win during Ivy League weekend

Huskies snag first home win during Ivy League weekend

September 20, 2017


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Northeastern University’s head field hockey coach Cheryl Murtagh believes redshirt senior captain Jamie Bartucca is underrated. “She kind of goes under the radar,” Murtagh said. “I don’t think people really know about Jamie [Bartucca].” But if the Connecticut native’s performance this...

Madigan named inaugural recipient of first endowed head coach position

Madigan named inaugural recipient of first endowed head coach position

September 20, 2017


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Northeastern University Athletic Director Peter Roby announced Aug. 30 the creation of the university’s first endowed head coaching position in honor of Fernie Flaman, who coached at Northeastern for 19 seasons and was the longest-serving coach in university history. Jim Madigan, who played under Flama...

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