Huskies Grind Out 2-1 Win at Providence

By: Josh Brown PROVIDENCE- After Wednesday night’s 5-1 shellacking by the Providence College Friars, Northeastern coach Jim Madigan called his team “soft” and assured that no one’s job in the lineup was safe. The Huskies took that message to heart, and proceeded to go into Providence Saturday afternoon and defeat the Friars 2-1 behind goals

Huskies Win Hall of Fame Tipoff

By: Josh Brown After impressive wins over Boston University and Florida State to open up the season, the Northeastern Men’s Basketball Team (4-0) took home some hardware over the weekend, defeating Navy and Manhattan on back to back days to win the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame Tipoff at Mohegan Sun Arena. The 4-0

Huskies Earn First Win of Season Against UNH

By: Josh Brown BOSTON- Huskies fans can breathe again. After starting the season winless in the teams first nine games, Northeastern received goals from two newcomers to defeat the University of New Hampshire (4-6-0, 1-3-0 in Hockey East) 2-1 Saturday night at Matthews Arena. Northeastern (1-8-1, 1-4-1 in Hockey East) received 35 saves from senior

CAA Preview: Northeastern Huskies

By Zolan Kanno-Youngs Head Coach – Bill Coen, 111-112 (9th season) Last season- 11-21 (7-9 CAA) Losses- F Chris Avenant, G Demetrius Pollard, G Marco Banegas-Flores, F Derrico Peck Newcomers- G Devon Begley, G Alex Jordan. It’s no surprise the Huskies have been picked to win the CAA title after returning their entire core from

CAA Preview: UNCW Seahawks

By Jeremy Leopold Head Coach- Kevin Keatts (1st season) Last Season- 9-23 (3-14 CAA) Losses- G Chris Dixon, G Tanner Milson, G Zack Allen, G Marcus Graham, G Ben Eblen, F Shane Reybold, F Alex Kilmartin Newcomers- G Malik Pugh, G Jordan Talley, G Nick Powell, (Transfers who have to sit out this season: Denzel

CAA Preview: William & Mary Tribe

By Kyle Williams Head Coach – Tony Shaver (12th season) Last Season – 20-12 (10-6, Colonial Athletic Conference) Losses – F Tim Rusthoven, G Brandon Britt, G Kyle Gaillard, G Julian Boatner, F Sean Sheldon, G Ben Whitlatch, F Fred Heldring Newcomers – G Connor Burchfield, G David Cohn, G Daniel Dixon, G Glover Jamison,

CAA Preview: Hofstra Pride

By Dan McLoone Head Coach – Joe Mihalich (2nd Season) Last Season – 10-23 (5-11, Colonial Athletic Association) Losses – G Zeke Upshaw, F Jordan Allen, F Darren Payen, F Dan Steinberg, G Chris Jenkins, G Adam Savion, F Stephen Nwaukoni Newcomers – G Malik Nichols, G Juan’ya Green, G Ameen Tanksley, F Rokas Gustys,

CAA Preview: Drexel Dragons

By Justin Littman Head Coach- Bruiser Flint (14th Season) Last Season- 16-14 (8-8, CAA) Losses- G Chris Fouch, G Frantz Massenat, G Stevan Manojlovic, F Goran Pantovic, G Jake Lerner, F Dartaye Ruffin Newcomers- C Sooren Derboghosian, G Sammy Mojica, F Austin Williams, G Rashann London, F Tyshawn Myles After a disappointing, injury-riddled 2013-14 season,

Quinnipiac Sweeps Northeastern, Huskies Fall to 0-6

By: Josh Brown HAMDEN- The Northeastern Huskies (0-6-0) set a new program record following their 3-2 loss to Quinnipiac (3-2-1) Saturday night at High Point Solutions Arena. The defeat marked Northeastern’s worst start in program history. Unfortunately for the Huskies they added on to the feat, loosing 4-3 to Quinnipiac Sunday afternoon. “It seems like

CAA Preview: College of Charleston

By Ben Goossen Head Coach- Earl Grant (1st Season) Last Season- 14-18 (6-10, CAA) Losses- Johnathan Burroughs-Cook , Chad Cooke, Judson Hall, Willis Hall, Theo Johnson, Nori Johnson, Anthony Thomas Newcomers- Evan Bailey, Cameron Johnson, Nick Harris, Donovan Gilmore, John Eck, Tim Branin II First year coach Earl Grant has his work cut out for

CAA Preview: James Madison

By Sam Davidovich Head Coach- Matt Brady (7th Season) Last Season- 11-20 (6-10 CAA) Losses- G Charles Cooke, G Andrey Semenov, F Taylor Bessick, G Christian Pierce, F Tom Rivard Newcomers- Winston Grays G, Joey McLean G, Dante Sterling G, Hari Hall F, Matt Risse G Coming in to the new season, the JMU Dukes are

CAA Preview: Towson Tigers

By Mark German Head Coach- Pat Skerry (4th Season) Last Season- 25-11 (13-3, CAA) Losses- Jerrelle Benimon F, Rafriel Guthrie G, Marcus Damas F, Mike Burwell G Newcomers- A.J. Astroth G, Alex Gavrilovic F, Byron Hawkins G, Eddie Keith F, Jordan McNeil G, Mike Morsell F, Arnaud William Adala Moto With three seasons under Pat

Huskies Fall to 0-4, Lose 3-2 to Umass-Amherst

Northeastern entered Friday night’s game 0-3 for the first time since the 1990-1991 season. Unfortunately for the Huskies, it only got worse. Despite controlling the game for much of the action, Massachusetts escaped Matthews Arena with a 3-2 win. At 8:51 of the period UMass defenseman Emerson Auvenshine gave his team the go-ahead and winning

CAA Preview: Elon Phoenix

By Jake Fischer Head Coach – Matt Matheny (6th season) Last Season – 18-14 (11-5, Southern Conference) Losses – F Lucas Troutman, G Sebastian Koch, F Ryley Beaumont, G Jack Isenbarger, Newcomers– G Demitri Thompson, F Collin Luther, F Jack Anton, F Jack George, G Elijah Bryant Entering their first season as members of the

Finn, Colgate Blank Northeastern

BY: JOSH BROWN Colgate University  goaltender Charlie Finn faced 52 shots from Northeastern over the course of the team’s two games this past weekend in upstate New York. The sophomore saved every one, leading the #6 Raiders (3-1) to a pair of 3-0 wins against a Huskies team who have started the year 0-3 for

Acadia downs Northeastern in Exhibition

BY: JOSH BROWN Despite goals from Zach Aston-Reese and Kevin Roy, the #16 Northeastern Huskies started off the season on a sour note loosing to the Acadia Axemen 3-2 in the team’s only preseason game. Northeastern scored the only goal of the first period on a Zach Aston-Reese penalty shot at 10:05 in the period.

7-footer Sajon Ford commits to Northeastern

By: Zolan Kanno-Youngs Sajon Ford, the 7-foot little brother to Northeastern forward Quincy Ford, has officially committed to Northeastern, according to the elder Ford. Sajon is one of 10 siblings from Quincy’s St. Petersburg, Fla family. The two brothers will have one year to play together after Quincy red-shirted last season due to back surgery.

Hockey East Preview- Boston College Eagles

BY: JOSH BROWN Head Coach– Jerry York (42nd Season, 21st at Boston College) Last Season-28-8-4 (HE: 16-2-2) Losses:  F Johnny Gaudreau, F Kevin Hayes, F Patrick Brown, F Bill Arnold, D Isaac MacLeod Newcomers: F Alex Tuch, F Zach Sanford, D Noah Hanifan 92 goals. That is the productions the Eagles lose with the departures of Kevin

Men’s hockey holds on, beats UMass 5-4

By Josh Brown Despite three, late third period UMass-Amherst (8-19-4) goals, the Northeastern Huskies (17-10-3) were able to outlast the Minutemen 5-4, to claim fourth place in Hockey East at the end of the weekend. The 17th win on the season for Northeastern is its highest win total since the 2008-2009 season. The Huskies struck

Men’s hockey drops Beanpot heartbreaker

By Josh Brown Close but just short. That was the case for the #12 Northeastern Huskies (16-10-3) Monday night in the Beanpot Championship as they fell 4-1 to the #1 ranked Boston College Eagles (22-4-3), in what could arguably be called Northeastern’s best executed game of the season. The win is Boston College’s 5th consecutive

Men’s hockey falls flat, loses to UMass 3-0

By Josh Brown In Hockey East only one thing is certain. Anybody can win on any given night. That was certainly the case Friday night as the Umass-Amherst Minutemen (8-16-4) defeated the Northeastern Huskies (16-9-3) 3-0 in convincing fashion on a night where they out-shot the Huskies 48-27. “It’s fun when you feel good about the process,