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NU rowing competes in Head of the Charles Regatta
The Northeastern men's rowing team passes the Harvard boathouse during the 53rd annual Head of the Charles Regatta. Photo by Alex Melagrano.

NU rowing competes in Head of the Charles Regatta

“Our championship eight and four rowed the times we expected for the conditions but fell just shy of where we hoped to finish,” Wilhelm said. “This is a competitive field with the best collegiate crews in the country, and national teams from the U.S., Canada, the Netherlands and, of course, the Great Eight.”

by × October 27, 2017 × 0 comments

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Junior righthander Brian Christian leads the Huskies to a sweep of the College of William & Mary / Photo courtesy Jim Pierce, Northeastern Athletics

Huskies clinch No. 1 seed, fall short of CAA title

Despite the sour finish, Northeastern showed that its baseball program has exciting prospects in the future. Predicted to finish seventh in the conference by coaches, the Huskies shocked the CAA by finishing first on the heels of a six-game winning streak.

by × June 11, 2017 × 3 comments

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Senior righthander Nate Borges threw two quality starts after entering the rotation / Photo courtesy Jim Pierce, Northeastern Athletics

Sports Recap: Baseball dethroned, track dominates, rowing decorated

The last two weeks saw men’s track take home its third consecutive Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) title, baseball face CAA rivals Hofstra University and University of North Carolina-Wilmington (UNCW) and men’s rowing win the Congram Cup for the 13th straight year, among other feats.

by × May 9, 2017 × 3 comments

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Pop superstar Kesha performed at Matthews Arena as part of Northeastern's Springfest. / Photo courtesy Creative Commons
Pop superstar Kesha performed at Matthews Arena as part of Northeastern's Springfest. / Photo courtesy Creative Commons

Behind the scenes of planning Springfest

The task of choosing the appropriate acts to match both what the students want to see on the stage and what is realistically feasible is a tough choice to make.

by × April 20, 2017 × 3 comments

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Freshman second baseman Scott Holzwasser evades Charleston catcher Erven Roper to score on his inside-the-park home run Sunday / Photo courtesy Jim Pierce, Northeastern Athletics
Freshman second baseman Scott Holzwasser evades Charleston catcher Erven Roper to score on his inside-the-park home run Sunday / Photo courtesy Jim Pierce, Northeastern Athletics

Huskies sweep Charleston out of first place

The Huskies tallied 11 hits in Friday’s match but drew only one walk, emblematic of the series as a whole. The team ripped 37 hits but managed two total walks across the three games.

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Brian Christian has developed into a key asset during his junior season / Photo courtesy Jim Pierce, Northeastern Athletics
Brian Christian has developed into a key asset during his junior season / Photo courtesy Jim Pierce, Northeastern Athletics

Brian Christian: From a thrower to a pitcher

With refined accuracy on the mound, Christian has nearly halved his career walk rate while pushing his strikeout rate to 10.13 per nine innings. Lurking in the third spot in the rotation, his blazing fastball and high strikeout count electrifies otherwise grind-it-out Sunday affairs.

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Pop superstar Kesha performed at Matthews Arena as part of Northeastern's Springfest. / Photo courtesy Creative Commons
Pop star Kesha performed at Matthews Arena as part of Northeastern's Springfest. / Photo courtesy Creative Commons

Superstars close Springfest on a high note

For three hours Saturday night, the walls of historic Matthews Arena vibrated with the upbeat pop rock of opening act Atlas Genius, echoed with the fierce vocals of Kesha and thumped with the overpowering bass of Rae Sremmurd.

by × April 13, 2017 × 2 comments

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Senior righthander Mike Fitzgerald pitched six strong innings against the University of Delaware / Photo by Alex Melagrano
Senior righthander Mike Fitzgerald pitched six strong innings against the University of Delaware / Photo by Alex Melagrano

Baseball improves CAA record with pair of wins

The Northeastern University baseball team continued its winning ways in conference play, taking two out of three from the University of Delaware to improve to 6-3 within the Colonial Athletic Association.

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Junior starter Brian Christian threw seven strong innings and struck out 11 in the win over Towson University / Photo courtesy Jim Pierce, Northeastern Athletics
Junior starter Brian Christian threw seven strong innings and struck out 11 in the win over Towson University / Photo courtesy Jim Pierce, Northeastern Athletics

Madigan powers Huskies to a sweep of Towson

Despite a loss to Boston College in the Beanpot Semifinals, the Huskies capped off an otherwise successful week.

by × April 6, 2017 × 1 comment

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Ross Henderson sells assorted Boston sports merchandise in North Station / Photo by Brian Fields
Ross Henderson sells assorted Boston sports merchandise in North Station / Photo by Brian Fields

Ross Henderson: The man behind the stand

By Jake Sauberman, deputy sports editor It is an hour before the Boston Celtics tip off against the Miami Heat on March 26, a crucial game for two playoff-hungry teams. Eager fans are making their way toward TD Garden through North Station, ready to walk up the steps and see […]

by × March 30, 2017 × 6 comments