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Northeastern wraps up two-seed in CAA Tournament, on “Begley Night”
Fourth-year guard Devon Begley before his final home game in Matthews Arena Thursday night. / Photo by Jon Polen

Northeastern wraps up two-seed in CAA Tournament, on “Begley Night”

It was senior night at Matthews Arena Thursday as Northeastern honored its lone fourth-year player, Devon Begley. It was a pair of second-years, though, that left the biggest marks on the scoreboard that rested at 80-75, Northeastern, at night’s end.

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Northeastern baseball season starts strong
Third-year infielder Ryan Solomon hits the ball against Creighton University. / Photo courtesy Jim Pierce

Northeastern baseball season starts strong

The Huskies fetched their first victory of the season this weekend in Fort Myers, Florida, finishing their three-game series against Creighton University with a 2-1 record.

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Huskies sweep UVM, secure home ice in HEA quarterfinals
Second-year forward John Picking potted the Huskies' game-winning goal in overtime Friday against UVM. / Photo courtesy Jim Pierce, Northeastern Athletics.

Huskies sweep UVM, secure home ice in HEA quarterfinals

The weekend sweep over the University of Vermont puts the Huskies in line to finish from first to third in the Hockey East.

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Huskies take fourth place at CAA championships
Head Coach Roy Coates cheers on Husky swimmers at the team's Jan. 20 meet vs. Central Connecticut State. / Photo by Jon Polen

Huskies take fourth place at CAA championships

Over the four-day meet, the team earned 10 medals and scored 477.5 points, the most the Huskies have ever scored at the CAAs.

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Bolden Brace becomes a leader off the bench
Second-year guard Bolden Brace has become a key player on the team's roster and a mentor to teammates both on and off the court. / File photo by Patrick Leung.

Bolden Brace becomes a leader off the bench

When Brace was shifted to the bench unit, he found a role that maximized his strengths and gave his team a major boost.

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Meet Ashley Demirali, the DogHouse’s most devoted member
Over the past three years, fifth-year Ashley Demirali attended 73 consecutive Northeastern hockey games, home and away. / Photo courtesy Ashley Demirali

Meet Ashley Demirali, the DogHouse’s most devoted member

Her name is Ashley Demirali, but many Northeastern students know her as the hockey fan who can always be found in the middle of the DogHouse, wearing a Northeastern flag as a cape and a backward NU cap.

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Women’s hockey team shut out in regular season finale
First-year Brooke Hobson skates in the Beanpot consolation game against Boston College Feb. 13. / Photo by Alex Melagrano

Women’s hockey team shut out in regular season finale

The Northeastern women’s hockey team was hoping to close out its regular season with a win over the Providence Friars Sunday night at Schneider Arena.

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NU track and field coach earns position with US Paralympics
After coaching Northeastern track and field for five years, Cathrine Erickson will be leaving to take over as director of the U.S. Paralympic team. / Photo courtesy Heratch Ekmekjian, Northeastern Athletics.

NU track and field coach earns position with US Paralympics

Northeastern track and field and cross country coach Cathrine Erickson will take over as director of the U.S. Paralympic team.

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NU star point guard suffers injury in 79-61 win over Towson
Third-year guard Jess Genco shoots a jumpshot. / Photo courtesy Jim Pierce, Northeastern Athletics

NU star point guard suffers injury in 79-61 win over Towson

Jess Genco, the team’s leader in scoring and minutes, went down in the third quarter with a right ankle injury.

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Pusica beats buzzer, gives NU crucial CAA win
Vasa Pusica took the ball with under six seconds left and drove to the basket for the game-winning score. / File photo by Alex Melagrano

Pusica beats buzzer, gives NU crucial CAA win

Pusica broke a 67-67 tie in a late-season matchup with the College of William & Mary as the clock rolled to 0:00.

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