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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.

by × October 19, 2017 × 0 comments

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Record-setting field hockey squad falls in Columbus Day dogfight
Fifth-year forward Jamie Bartucca carries the ball up the field to score the Huskies' lone goal in their loss to BU. Photo courtesy Jim Pierce, Northeastern Athletics.

Record-setting field hockey squad falls in Columbus Day dogfight

Six different Huskies scored in the team’s 8-1 bulldozing of Hofstra. The eight goals set a record for the most scored in Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) conference play in program history, while the seven-goal deficit in the CAA game ties the team’s 2006 record.

by × October 12, 2017 × 0 comments

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Hayley Masters poses with Bergkamen head coach Robert Bruns. Photo courtesy EC Bergkamen
Hayley Masters poses with Bergkamen head coach Robert Bruns. Photo courtesy EC Bergkamen.

Women’s hockey alum represents Huskies in German pros

“Throughout my years of elementary and even high school, when someone would ask, ‘What do you want to be when you grow up?’ my answer was always the same — a hockey player,” Masters said in an email to The News.

by × October 5, 2017 × 0 comments

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Megan Barrett, left, celebrates her first career goal with Kristin Abreu. Photo courtesy Jim Pierce, Northeastern Athletics
Megan Barrett, left, celebrates her first career goal with Kristin Abreu. Photo courtesy Jim Pierce, Northeastern Athletics

Field hockey splits first CAA road trip

Despite splitting the weekend with a win over Towson and a loss at the hands of William & Mary, Northeastern had much to celebrate. Fourth-year forwards Kellie Stigas and Jamie Bartucca tallied new career bests and second-year midfielder Megan Barrett notched her first career goal.

by × October 4, 2017 × 0 comments

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Third-year forward Laura MacLachlan celebrates after scoring a goal against Vermont. Photo courtesy Jim Pierce, Northeastern Athletics
Third-year forward Laura MacLachlan celebrates after scoring a goal against Vermont. Photo courtesy Jim Pierce, Northeastern Athletics.

Huskies tack up six unanswered goals to crush Vermont

The Huskies’ win, their 25th over the Catamounts in program history, served as a needed refresher for the team as they headed home after a 4-1 loss against the University of Maine Friday.

by × September 26, 2017 × 0 comments

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Redshirt senior Jamie Bartucca celebrates after scoring during the team's 2-1 defeat of Quinnipiac Sept. 1. Photo courtesy Jim Pierce, Northeastern Athletics
Redshirt senior Jamie Bartucca celebrates after scoring during the team's 2-1 defeat of Quinnipiac Sept. 1. Photo courtesy Jim Pierce, Northeastern Athletics

Huskies snag first home win during Ivy League weekend

The teams had not met since 2008, when Northeastern bested Brown 7-1. The Huskies outshot the visitor 25-5 Sunday, pushing ahead 4-1 over the Bears.

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Madigan named inaugural recipient of first endowed head coach position
Head coach Jim Madigan looks on as BU receives the Beanpot Trophy after an overtime win / Photo by Brian Bae

Madigan named inaugural recipient of first endowed head coach position

The funds will be released to the hockey program annually using a formulaic approach. He said the standard withdrawal from endowment funds is four percent annually, which would give the hockey program an extra $80,000 each year for the next 25 years.

by × September 20, 2017 × 0 comments

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The team celebrates as they won their first game in the New England Challenge against Boston College. This marks the Huskie's fifth straight win against Boston College. Photo by Brian Bae
The Northeastern Huskies won two out of their three games in the New England Challenge.

Volleyball Wins Two, Loses One in the New England Challenge

 

by × September 20, 2017 × 0 comments

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Jack Grinold, who worked as Northeastern's sports information director for 50 years, died April 21. He was 81 years old. / Photo courtesy Matt Houde, Northeastern Athletics
Jack Grinold, who worked as Northeastern's sports information director for 50 years, died April 21. He was 81 years old. / Photo courtesy Matt Houde, Northeastern Athletics

Obituary: Jack Grinold was “the encyclopedia of Northeastern Athletics”

Jack Grinold, 81, who made a home on Huntington Avenue for over half a century as Northeastern University’s sports information director and was recognized both nationally and locally for his pride and dedication to the institution, died April 21 after years of declining health.

by × April 29, 2017 × 1 comment

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Participants in the Special Spirit basketball game pose with members of the Northeastern men's basketball team / Photo by Jon Polen
Participants in the Special Spirit basketball game pose with members of the Northeastern men's basketball team / Photo by Jon Polen

Special Spirit game brings hundreds to Cabot

Special Spirit was first created at the University of Massachusetts Lowell to give Special Olympics athletes a chance to play as Division I athletes.

by × April 13, 2017 × 4 comments