Track team surpasses personal records Reply

By Cassidy Murray – 1851 Staff

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Sophomore Massimo Cugno was one of three team members who ran the 200M at the 2018 Boston University John Thomas Terrier Indoor Invitational. Cugno finished at 25.33 seconds. Photo courtesy of Allie Amos

The men and women’s track and field excelled during the 2018 Boston University John Thomas Terrier Indoor Invitational on January 26 and 27. The meet took place at the BU Track and Tennis Center. More…

Men’s basketball shows promise with new ambitions Reply

By James Macey – 1851 Staff

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Junior Tim Blair is averaging 15.0 points per game for the men’s basketball team this season. The team looks a lot different this year having nine freshmen on the team. Photo by Katie Schneider

The basketball team has shown a great deal of consistency so far in the 2018 season, making their presence known in the Great Northeastern Athletic Conference (GNAC).  More…

Winter sports underway in 2018 Reply

Winter sports are about halfway through their respective seasons. Men’s basketball is currently in 4th place in the GNAC looking towards the playoffs. Women’s basketball recently won their senior day game against St. Joseph’s (Conn.) 68-42. Indoor track & field recently competed in the 2018 Boston University John Thomas Terrier Indoor Invitational. Men’s volleyball is looking towards their first conference game of the season.

Photos by Katie Schneider, Cassidy Murray and Allie Amos

Super Bowl LII Reply

Staff members, Megan Palumbo and Dana Sutcliffe are getting fired up for the Super Bowl! Watch them go around campus asking other students what they think will go down at Super Bowl LLI. Vote in the poll below what you think the final score will be!

Women’s sports continue postseason success Reply

Women’s soccer, women’s volleyball, and field hockey all had record-setting seasons. Women’s volleyball earned the fourth seed in the GNAC tournament and made it to the semifinals. Field hockey earned the number one seed and competed in the GNAC Championship for the first time in team history. Women’s soccer captured their eighth straight GNAC Championship, defeating Johnson and Wales 2-0 at home on November 4.

Photos by Cassidy Murray and Katie Schneider

Samantha Taylor shines in sophomore season Reply

By Connor Mankouski – 1851 Staff

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Samantha Taylor earned GNAC First Team All-Conference honors after tallying 45 points this season. Photo by Connor Mankouski

Samantha Taylor, the starting center forward for the women’s field hockey team, has received her first GNAC Player of the Week Award. The sophomore received the honor for the week of October 24 after she helped the team with a 2-1 week. Taylor had an out of conference goal and a hat trick in a conference game solidifying the team as the number one seed in the conference and earning them a bye in the postseason.  More…

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By Brian Cohen – 1851 Staff

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The Athletic Center was recently renovated to replace dead spots and chips in the floor. The renovations also included a new logo at center court. Photo by Michael Bueno

The Athletic Center took on a new look with the repair of the hardwood floor in October, just in time for the start of the basketball season. About 60 of the hardwood panels were repaired. More…

Field hockey’s first final leads to frustration Reply

By Matt Ferris – 1851 Staff

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Field hockey had a historic season and made it deep into the GNAC playoffs, ultimately losing to Mount Ida in the championship. Photo by Cassidy Murray

The women’s field hockey team had a dominant regular season but fell short in championship. The Lasers finished with a 16-4 overall record. This sat them in first place in the Greater Northeast Athletic Conference and guaranteed the team in the number one seed in the postseason.  More…