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Rookie Abrams stars in first collegiate start
Northeastern's men's soccer team pauses for the National Anthem during an earlier season game. Photo courtesy Jim Pierce, Northeastern Athletics

Rookie Abrams stars in first collegiate start

Despite poor performances in the last three games, beating a cross-town rival can prove to be a pivotal point in the season. Boston University came to Northeastern’s turf Tuesday night at Parsons Field, where the Huskies looked to leave their poor play in North Carolina and secure a result in Brookline.

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Husky volleyball defeats Hofstra, keeps winning streak alive
Amy Underdown jumps for the ball during an earlier season match. Photo courtesy Jim Pierce, Northeastern Athletics.

Husky volleyball defeats Hofstra, keeps winning streak alive

The Northeastern women built a 13-5 lead and didn’t look back, solidifying the set 25-18 to win the match. Looking toward the remainder of conference play, the road is traditionally tougher as the Huskies meet their previous opponents the second time around.

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Women’s hockey swept in series at Colgate
Third-year goalkeeper Brittany Bugalski made 59 saves across the Huskies' weekend at Colgate University. Photo courtesy Jim Pierce, Northeastern Athletics

Women’s hockey swept in series at Colgate

the team fell mightily short in this weekend’s two-game series at Colgate University in Hamilton, New York. The Huskies were shut out 3-0 in Saturday’s game and lost again Sunday by a score of 5-2.

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Cappuzzo makes history as Huskies bounce back on Senior Day
The Northeastern women's soccer team stands and pauses for the National Anthem. Photo courtesy Jim Pierce, Northeastern Athletics

Cappuzzo makes history as Huskies bounce back on Senior Day

Following a hard-fought draw against the Elon University Phoenix Oct. 8, the Northeastern University women’s soccer team returned home Thursday to kick off the final homestand of the season against first-year striker Kristen Desmond and the top-tier Hofstra University soccer team.

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Boston Red Sox at Baltimore Orioles June 15, 2013

Column: MLB’s tale of two cities

The League Championship round is in full swing, and the four teams remaining are New York, Los Angeles, Chicago and Houston: the four largest media markets in the United States.

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Gluyas earns career-best as field hockey gets shut out at home
Fifth-year forward Jamie Bartucca and the rest of the Huskies could not crack the scoreboard in the loss to BC / Photo courtesy Jim Pierce, Northeastern Athletics

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

Last Friday, the Huskies held their own against the nationally-ranked Eagles, who hold the last spot in the country’s top 10 rankings, answering their opponent’s first-half goal early in the second before giving up BC’s go-ahead point with five minutes remaining in the game.

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Huskies fight back to tie RIT 3-3
Third-year forward Adam Gaudette fires a shot in a 7-3 victory over Sacred Heart University / Photo by Alex Melagrano

Huskies fight back to tie RIT 3-3

Halfway through playing time, fourth-year defenseman Garrett Cockerill found the back of the net off a pass from third-year forward Adam Gaudette. After RIT was called for having too many men on the ice, fourth-year forward Dylan Sikura buried the game equalizer on a NU power play.

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Cayden Primeau: From a family of forwards to a life between the pipes
First-year goaltender Cayden Primeau makes a save during a shutout in his first collegiate start / Photo courtesy Jim Pierce, Northeastern Athletics

Cayden Primeau: From a family of forwards to a life between the pipes

Standing at 6 feet 4 inches, Primeau is capable of covering nearly the entire net with this lateral lower body movements. Quick legs are his strong suit, something he displayed in the game against Prince Edward Island and his first full game performance.

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Lamberth, Wise lead cross country to top ten finishes at Franklin Park
Second-year Chance Lamberth paced the Huskies with a career-high time in the 8K race at Franklin Park / Photo courtesy Jim Pierce, Northeastern Athletics

Lamberth, Wise lead cross country to top ten finishes at Franklin Park

The men finished eighth out of 27 teams with an average time of 26:18 in the 8K, while the women finished seventh out of 28 teams with an average time of 18:51 in the 5K.

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Huskies fight back to tie Elon, steal point on the road
First-year defender Julianne Ross helped the cause with a goal in the Huskies' 3-3 tie against Elon / Photo courtesy Jim Pierce, Northeastern Athletics

Huskies fight back to tie Elon, steal point on the road

Despite the early deficit, the Huskies proved that they were not demoralized. They quickly matched McKeever’s goal with one of their own as first-year defender Julianne Ross headed a cross from fellow first-year defender Mikenna McManus into the top left corner of the net.

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