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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 […]

BC, BU Advance to Beanpot Final, UHN Leads Bunched Group in Poll

BC and BU will meet in next week’s 58th Beanpot final after each advanced Monday night by beating Harvard and Northeastern respectively. The Terriers and Eagles will meet in the final for the sixth time in last seven tourneys that the feat was possible (excluding the years when BC-BU is played on the first week). […]

BU Drops BC as Beanpot Looms

The seasons of the Terriers and Eagles are on opposite trajectories now. BU had a very tough start, but is rebounding lately and has now beaten their arch-rival in the last two meetings. They won the Fenway Classic and took out the Eagles in Chestnut Hill in a 5-4 overtime game. Meanwhile, BC seems to […]

Terriers Finish the Second Week of Conference Play Behind Vermont

Trio of Terriers Leads BU to Third Straight Victory Coming off a stellar offensive game against the University of Hartford, where Corey Lowe and John Holland eclipsed the 30 point mark in the same game for the first time in school history, three BU players scored at least 20 points to lead the Terriers past […]

Eagles Still Top Rated Hockey East Team at Number 11

Boston College was two for two this weekend and remains the top rated Hockey East representative in the latest USCHO.com Division I Men’s Hockey Poll. However, at 11, the conference still lacks a Top 10 team, but, like last week, the league is dominating the bottom half of the poll. After BC at 11, UMass […]

Terrier Duo Sets Scoring Record for Second Conference Victory

Never had there been a game in Boston University’s 101 years of men’s basketball history where two Terrier teammates scored 30 points a piece in the same game. That statement was true until Saturday against the University of Hartford, where two men finally accomplished this feat. Junior John Holland and senior Corey Lowe scored 32 […]

Fenway Loss Sends Eagles Tumbling Out of Top 10

Archrivals BC and BU took the ice at Fenway in a college hockey version of the Winter Classic last Friday night and the Teriers took the victory. The Eagles loss was their third in a row after a hot stretch before the holidays and dropped them five spots from seven to 12 in the latest […]

Frozen Fenway, BU-BC and a Much Needed Party

It takes a lot to impress me. Very rarely do I walk out of a movie, a concert, a social gathering or sporting event shaking my head in pleasurable disbelief. Not to say I don’t enjoy any of these things, because I often do. It’s just I don’t get blown away very often. I’m much […]

Terriers Hang Tough to Knock Off Conference Foe UNH

Coming off a tough trio of games over the holiday season, the Boston University Terrier basketball team looked to rebound from a two game losing streak against their America East counterpart New Hampshire Wildcats. Coach Pat Chambers understood that this game would be vital to boosting his teams confidence, as BU will have to play seven […]

Winter Break Recap for Terrier Basketball

The Boston University basketball team played three contests over this holiday season, avenging their 2008 loss against Mount St. Mary’s 86-77, but were outmatched by Dayton 74-60, and struggled against America East rival Stony Brook, falling 84-75.  The Terriers have fallen three games under the .500 mark to 5-8 and 0-1 in conference play.  Coach […]

Eagles, Terriers Heading in Opposite Directions Leading into Fenway Matchup

BC and BU have been on opposite trajectories all season as the Terriers have struggled and BC became among the hottest teams in the country. Over the last week, however, things may be beginning to change. BC lost both of their Denver Cup games, including to host and number two Denver. BU did not play […]

College Hockey Gearing Up for Holiday Tournaments

There is no poll this week as there was very limited action on the ice. Vermont beat Dartmouth in the only game featuring a Hockey East team, one of only three overall (and one of those was exhibition). There will not be another poll until the first week of January after teams wrap up their […]

Eagles Vault Up Five Spots in Hockey Poll

Boston College charged to the end of the 2009 portion of the schedule with five consecutive wins, no losses in seven games (6-0-1), and only one in 10 (8-1-1). With two wins this week, over Hardvard and Providence, the Eagles are now the highest rated Hockey East team at #5, up five spots from last week. UMass-Lowell, […]

Engineers Overpower Terriers

The RPI Engineers and the BU Terriers faced off Friday night. It was a battle of the bottom of the barrel, as both teams were second to last in their conferences. BU put up a good fight, but in the end too many mistakes an an inability to score during 5-on-5 play cost them the match, […]

BU Holds Off the Tough Bison by 10 at Agganis

Many people are not familiar with Lewisburg, Pennsylvania’s Bucknell University, famous for their 2005 NCAA tournament upset over the #3 seeded Kansas Jayhawks. Several students at the game muttered to each other, “Where is Bucknell University located?” Terrier Dominance in the First Half The small, private liberal arts school from Western PA, did not show […]