Club sports spotlight: Triathlon team quickly gaining popularity Michael Abbene, president of the club triathlon team, can recall his introduction to the sport of triathlons.
“As of two years ago I had never completed a triathlon, or even had the desire to complete one in the near future,” Abbene said. “Then one day one of my best friends, Jess Bloom, came to me and asked me if I wanted to try and train to do one with her. Since I never ran more than a couple miles in my life and did not know how to swim properly I was very hesitant, but after much deliberation, I agreed.”

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Player of the Week: Tony DiCesare

موقع Senior right fielder Tony DiCesare led the baseball team to back-to-back victories over Bryant this weekend, logging six hits and five runs batted in (RBI) in 12 at-bats in the three-game series, in which the Huskies took two of three. DiCesare also drove in the lone run for the Huskies in Monday’s 12-1 loss to Connecticut, his sixth RBI in four games. His efforts earned him ثنائي الخيار VWAP Huntington News Player of the Week honors.
Friday afternoon, DiCesare was just one hit shy of the cycle. Finishing with a pair of singles, a double and a triple, he also drove in three runs en route to a 10-0 victory for the Huskies. He added a single and two RBI in Saturday’s game, a 7-4 victory for the squad. Sunday afternoon, he went 1-3 with a walk, as the Huskies fell to the Bulldogs, 16-4.

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Column: The allure of baseball

انظر إلى مزيد من المعلومات fter the men’s basketball team’s first-round NIT loss in Connecticut, I reflected on the end of my experience as an undergraduate supporter of our athletic program. Neither of the teams to which I have devoted the most time (men’s basketball and hockey) will play again before I graduate.
As I rode back to Boston from Storrs, Conn. it seemed unlikely that I would have another opportunity to watch the Huskies compete during my tenure as a Northeastern student.

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Player of the Week: Saleena Abdur-Rashed

الخيارات الثنائية MT4 التداول Sophomore track & field athlete Saleena Abdur-Rashed claimed first place in two events this past weekend at the Seahawk Invitational to help Northeastern take a third place finish in Wilmington, N.C. Abdur-Rashed came out on top in the 100-meter hurdles with a time of 14.67, which was an NCAA provisional qualifying time. She also took the 400-meter hurdle, with a time of 1:05.65. Her efforts were enough to earn Huntington News Player of the Week honors.

وسيط الخيارات الثنائية في الهند Despite kicking off the outdoor season with two victories, Abdur-Rashed said she feels there is still work left for her to do.

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Swimming & diving: Peterson competes at Zone Championship

التحقق من While many students spent Spring Break on tropical vacations, relaxing at home and hanging with friends, sophomore diver Rachael Peterson spent hers in Barletta Natatorium, training for the NCAA Zone Championships, which took place Saturday at Rutgers University in Piscataway, N.J.

موقعنا على الانترنت Peterson qualified for Zones Jan. 23 after winning the 1-meter dive against Vermont. Diving coach Casey Gon said Peterson’s commitment is one of her many outstanding qualities.

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Men’s basketball: NU narrowly defeated at UConn in seniors’ final game

الغش الخيارات الثنائية STORRS, Conn. – Advancing to its second straight post-season tournament, the men’s basketball team fell just short in their campaign this season, falling 59-57 against Connecticut in the opening round of the National Invitation Tournament last night. Northeastern held the lead with less than four minutes to play after junior guard Chaisson Allen converted on a jumper, but was held scoreless over the final 3:05 as UConn finished the game on a 9-2 run.

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Women’s basketball: Wilson injured, NU season ends in CAA tournament The women’s basketball season ended this past Friday with a 68-49 loss to Old Dominion in the Colonial Athletic Conference (CAA) tournament quarterfinals.

حسابات الفوركس After the game, though, the players’ minds were not focused on the loss but on teammate Brittany Wilson.

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Club sports spotlight: After two-year hiatus, club team wins title

الخيارات الثنائية: كم يمكنك جعل Cheering and excitement could be heard in the locker room of the Northeastern club roller hockey team March 7 after capping off their undefeated season with a championship in Feasterville, Pa.
The team successfully knocked off every competitor, the season culminating in a 10-4 victory over the University of Scranton in the Eastern Collegiate Roller Hockey Association (ECRHA) division 3 regional championship game March 7.

هذا المحتوى A blind eye might not have guessed the team had taken a two-year hiatus from the league and hadn’t played an organized tournament during the time off.

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Column: Program not defeated despite season-ending loss

كيف تربح المال في يوم And so the men’s basketball team’s run in the National Invitational Tournament (NIT) ended a lot like their run in the Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) tournament ended.

ام القرى اسهم Baptiste Bataille’s desperation three at the buzzer hung in the air, clanged off iron and signified the end of Northeastern’s 2009-2010 season. After the Huskies blew a five-point lead in the final minutes against another set of Huskies – those of Connecticut.

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Women’s basketball: CAA tournament a chance to finish strong

Women’s basketball: CAA tournament a chance to finish strong The women’s basketball team looks to put a positive ending on a mediocre season at the Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) tournament in Harrisonburg, Va., this weekend. The Huskies have won only one game in each of the last two tournaments. If they can put together four wins they will take home the CAA title and get an automatic bid to the NCAA tournament.

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