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Men’s Soccer: Two goals won’t shake the Rams

Men’s Soccer: Two goals won’t shake the Rams

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by × September 30, 2010 × 0 comments

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Column: Fans, get excited

تحقق من ذلك Since I’ve been here at Northeastern (I started back in September of 2007), a lot has changed in the Athletics Department. Our fans, in particular are becoming a lot more knowledgeable.

موارد إضافية Before I got here, if someone asked me what teams were in the Colonial Athletic Association I would’ve been able to name George Mason, VCU, Old Dominion and maybe, if I got lucky, Delaware.

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by × September 23, 2010 × 0 comments

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Volleyball: Huskies win two of three

Volleyball: Huskies win two of three

انتقلت الى هنا The volleyball team will start its Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) season following the emotional surge of a two game winning streak.

يمكنك محاولة هنا “The last two wins is going to help us with momentum going into the conference,” said Janelle Tucker, freshman outside hitter.

وسطاء الخيارات الثنائية في لندن The Huskies participated in the The Seton Hall Invitational from Sept. 17 to 18 and kicked off the weekend against Western Michigan. The Huskies got off to a slow start, but were able to make it close before dropping the first set by a score of 25-22. Northeastern kept the momentum going into the second set building a 12-9 lead. That lead disappeared and the Broncos took the second set 25-20. The third set saw an even bigger lead for Northeastern but again the Huskies were unable to hold on, losing 27-25. The loss dropped the Huskies to 0-4 in tournament openers for the season.

by × September 23, 2010 × 0 comments

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Men’s Hockey: Cody Ferriero leaves Eagles, joins Huskies

Men’s Hockey: Cody Ferriero leaves Eagles, joins Huskies

الخيارات الثنائية الإمارات التجاري Men’s hockey Head Coach Greg Cronin announced his new recruits for the upcoming season June 3. And while there will still be 10 freshman playing in Matthews Arena this fall, one of them wasn’t listed when the announcement was first made.

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by × September 23, 2010 × 524 comments

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Women’s Soccer: Napoli, Kemp lead white-hot offense

Women’s Soccer: Napoli, Kemp lead white-hot offense

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الموقع هنا “We’ve been here since Aug. 5, so I think we finally just all came together as a team,” Blake said. “We got excited about our first Friday night game and we’ve always had a great rivalry with UNH. It’s always been a tough, tough game, we had to get fired up.”

by × September 23, 2010 × 0 comments

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Men’s Soccer: Huskies fall to Friars 1-0

لماذا لا ننظر هنا The men’s soccer team wrapped up non-conference play with a 1-0 loss to the Providence Friars at Parsons Field Tuesday night, a defeat that sends the Huskies to 2-4-0 overall as conference play begins Saturday.

ننظر إلى هؤلاء الرجال “You can’t come out flat in any game,” Huskies’ head coach Brian Ainscough said. “We didn’t even come out flat- flat would have been an improvement over how we came out. We were going backwards from the get-go. Typically we don’t come out that slow, but that effort in the first half was painful.”

by × September 23, 2010 × 549 comments

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Player of the Week: Gretta Samuelsdottir

Player of the Week: Gretta Samuelsdottir

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by × September 23, 2010 × 0 comments

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Field Hockey: Bennett adds two assists in 4-0 rout of Harvard

Field Hockey: Bennett adds two assists in 4-0 rout of Harvard

زيارة الموقع After a disappointing loss to Providence Sept. 15, the Huskies came back strong against Harvard University yesterday and beat the Crimson 4-0, bringing their overall record to 4-4.

The top scorer of the night was junior forward Carolyn Malloy, who had one goal and one assist, followed by freshman Lindsay Bennett with two assists. Junior midfielder Kaela Barker and sophomores Crystal Poland and Nicky Graham each added a goal.

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Column: Faust forward

Column: Faust forward

Outside of fancy media consulting companies or web traffic/analytics services, the “buzz” or “excitement” for a product can be hard to measure. In sports, the most tangible measurement the industry has is gate attendance. If people attend games consistently, then the assumption can be made that fans are excited about what they see.

This semester, there haven’t been any men’s hockey or men’s basketball games, yet it’s hard to deny the excitement that’s been building for their upcoming seasons.

by × September 16, 2010 × 1 comment

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Player of the Week: Britney Brown

Player of the Week: Britney Brown

With the women’s volleyball season underway, senior setter Britney Brown leads the Huskies’ attack. In the past five games, Brown recorded 114 assists, 46 kills and 40 digs. Brown’s efforts have earned her Huntington News Player of the Week honors.

Not only does Brown consistently lead the box score, but she also leads the team as one of three captains. She shares the position with seniors and middle hitters Caitlin Tittl and Jillian Robinson.
While Brown and the Huskies are focused on hosting the Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) tournament and taking home the title, she said she also has her sights set on some personal goals.
“I have a certain target I want to reach in the weight room and with my vertical, but I also want to be a leader and a captain that people can rely on,” Brown said.

by × September 16, 2010 × 0 comments