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A Balanced Approach

Melinda Matyas stands along the raised edge of the Competition Pool at Boston University. More specifically, she handstands. Her body is a perfect line, perpendicular to the turquoise water. She holds it for 10 seconds. No movement, no sound. As still as a graveyard at night. Then her 130 pound, 5’6” body springs to life, […]

Live Blog: Boston University Basketball vs. La Salle at Agganis Arena

FINAL: La Salle 84, BU 81 9:07pm – THANKS ALL! Anthony signing off, see you saturday! 9:05pm – La Salle takes this one, 84-81. Partin leads 5 double figure BU scores with 20. Guillandeux had 21 for La Salle. BU plays at Harvard this saturday. BU drops to 4-6 on the season. 9:04pm – Holland […]

Live Blog: Boston University Basketball Faces University of Kentucky at Rupp Arena at 7pm EST

FINAL: Kentucky beats BU 91-57 LIVE 2nd half blog 9:02pm – BU drops to 4-4 on the year and Kentucky improves to 5-1. Holland leads BU scorers with 20, Griffin has 13 & Partin 11 9:00pm – the UK reserve gets to the ft line and hits em both… wow fans stand up. 91-57 as […]

Live Blog: Boston University Basketball Faces Hampton in Consolation Bracket of NIT Season Tip-Off

2nd Half blogging! 6:30pm – We are at half now, in Washington D.C., listening to Coach Chambers’ pre-game keys to success. 1. get rid of the flu  going around BU campus 2. ball control 3. rebounding rebounding rebounding! 4. make open shots 6:32pm – Does BU have a 2nd half run in them? We are […]

Eagles and Black Bears to Meet for Hockey East Title

BC knows that it will be playing in NCAA Hockey’s playoff tournament, but BU and Maine were playing an elimination game and Vermont needed some help to get in. BC did Vermont, and the rest of the league, no favors in a 3-0 win over the Catamounts in the early semifinal. Maine jumped on BU […]

BC Remains No. 4 in Latest Hockey Poll

Last week saw some upsets in the early rounds of the nation’s college hockey tournaments, but the top five in the latest USCHO.com Division I Men’s Hockey Poll remained unchanged from last week. Denver solidified its grip on first with 46 of 50 first place votes, while Miami remained in second with the other four […]

Hockey East Semis Set as UNH Upset, BC Sweeps

With seven of the teams finishing within four points of each other, quarterfinals going the distance and overtimes were to be expected and the conference delivered! Second-seeded BC swept the seven-seed UMass behind freshman goalie Parker Milner, who struggled, and junior John Muse. Other than that, the other three series went to a third game, […]

UNH Wins Hockey East, Playoff Picture Set

New Hampshire defended home ice on Friday night, rallying to tie Boston College 3-3, enough to clinch their third Hockey East regular season title in four years and eighth overall. This was the second time the Wildcats had overcome a three goal deficit to tie the Eagles in as many games this season. BC got revenge on […]

BC No. 5, UNH No. 10 Ahead of Weekend Clash

The top four in the latest USCHO.com Division I Men’s Hockey poll remained unchanged with Denver on top. The Pioneers now have 48 of 50 first place votes and Miami, in second, claims the other two. Wisconsin and St. Cloud State held onto their spots in third and fourth, respectively, but Hockey East finally cracks […]

Hockey East Beating Itself Up in Stretch Drive

With two weeks left in Hockey East play, nothing much is settled. This weekend did not help to provide much clarity either as three of the five pairings were splits and the lone sweep was an “upset”, further jamming the schools in the standings. New Hampshire and Boston College have separated themselves from the pack […]

Terriers Catching Fire Down the Stretch

Ever since their last minute collapse against the University of Vermont, where the Catamounts rallied from a 75-71 deficit in the final 60 seconds of play to stun BU, the Terriers have turned their game around and are winners of three straight contests. If you set aside the last minute of the Vermont game, where […]

Terriers Back in Poll, Eagles Still Tops Among Hockey East

BU’s sweep of Maine this weekend has the Terriers as the league’s hottest team and they have elevated to fourth place, which would mean home ice advantage in the first round of the playoffs, in Hockey East. The pollsters have taken notice of BU’s recent tear, putting them back in the poll for the first […]

The Missing Link with Terrier Basketball

For three consecutive years, the Terriers have been preseason selections by America East coaches and by several sports related websites, such as ESPN and CBS Sports, to advance to the NCAA tournament, but BU has failed to do so since 2002. This year, which started out so promising, seems to have the same trend as previous […]

BC Captures Beanpot, Returns to Top 10

Boston College built a 4-1 lead and turned back BU’s two goal rally before the Terriers could tie the game to capture the school’s 15th Beanpot Tournament Championship, and second in three years. BC and BU have now split four games this season in four different venues with BC winning at BU and at the […]

Terriers in a Funk, Losers of Two Straight Games

The Boston University basketball team has found themselves in a downward spiral headed into the last month of conference play. Coach Pat Chambers and his squad have fallen to fifth overall in the America East conference and have dropped two straight games against the upper echelon teams of the league. BU has suffered recent losses to […]