No. 4 Women’s Hockey takes down No. 5 BC

Mia oh my. #HowlinHuskies — Northeastern Women’s Hockey (@GoNUwhockey) November 28, 2018 by Matthew MacCormack Make no mistake about it; the Northeastern women’s hockey team is a contender in Hockey East. The No. 5 Huskies improved to 12-1-2 on Tuesday night at Matthews Arena, upending bitter rival No. 4 Boston College with a thrilling

Men’s basketball rolls over ‘Bama

by Milton Posner When Northeastern last visited Charleston, they limped out after the season’s toughest loss. A 17-point lead over the College of Charleston Cougars evaporated last March, taking the Huskies’ hopes of a NCAA Tournament berth with it. On Thursday, Northeastern returned for the first game of the Charleston Classic. Their opponent wasn’t the

MHock tops Lowell, 5-4 in OT

by Alex Bensley In a game that the Northeastern Huskies (6-3-1, 3-1-1) were down two goals in the third period, it was grit and determination that proved to be the difference in a 5-4 overtime victory in a Hockey East matchup against UMass Lowell. The Riverhawks (4-5-1, 1-3-1) began the scoring early in the first

Hawkins lifts MHOCK past UConn, 3-2

by Matthew MacCormack The Northeastern men’s hockey team has gotten scoring contributions from nearly everyone on the roster in the early part of the 2018-19 season. It was redshirt senior Brandon Hawkins who played hero at Matthews Arena on Saturday night, deflecting a shot from freshman Tyler Madden past UConn goalie Adam Huska with 1:14 left in

MBB drops opener to BU, 77-74

by Matt MacCormack The last time the Northeastern men’s basketball was in action prior to Tuesday’s season opener against Boston University, the Huskies blew a 17-point second-half lead and lost out on an NCAA tournament berth to the College of Charleston. You’d have to forgive a Husky fan for having a little deja vu after

CAA Preview: Towson Tigers

By: Justin Littman Head Coach: Pat Skerry (8th season) Last Season: 18-14 (8-10, 5th in CAA); lost to William & Mary in CAA Quarterfinals Losses: G Zane Martin (20 ppg; transferred to New Mexico) F Justin Gorham (transferred to Houston) F Mike Morsell F Eddie Keith G Brian Starr G Deshaun Morman G Jordan McNeil

CAA Preview: Drexel Dragons

By: Matthew Neiser Head Coach: Zach Spiker (3rd season) Last Season: 13-20 (6-12, 7th in CAA); lost to Charleston in CAA Quarterfinals Losses: G Tramaine Isabell (21 ppg; transferred to Saint Louis) F Miles Overton F Austin Williams G Kris Alford G Sammy Mojica F Tyshawn Miles Newcomers: G Trevor John (Transferred from Cal Poly)

CAA Preview: Elon Phoenix

By: Rachel Santo Head Coach: Matt Matheny (9th season) Last Season: 14-18 (6-12, 7th in CAA) Losses: F Brian Dawkins (12.2 ppg) G Dmitri Thompson (12.3 ppg) G/F Collin Luther (0.4 ppg) F Jack Anton (1.2 ppg, ) F Jack George (1.3 ppg) Newcomers: G Kris Wooten (Kinston, N.C. / Arendell Parrott Academy) F Chuck Hannah (Boston, Mass. / Northfield

Northeastern falls 4-1 to Boston U.

Boston,MA. The Northeastern Huskies took on the Boston University Terriers at Agganis Arena Saturday evening. Boston University defeated Northeastern 4-1 with three third period goals. Scoring opened up at 14:02 in the first period when Patrick Curry fed Dante Fabbro with a stretch pass to split the defense, and rifle one past Cayden Primeau. The

CAA Preview: Delaware Blue Hens

By: Milton Posner Head Coach: Martin Inglesby (3rd season, 27-39) Last Season: 14-19 (6-12, tied for 7th in CAA); lost to Northeastern in CAA quarterfinals Projected Finish: 7th Losses Ryan Daly (transferred) Anthony Mosley (graduated) Skye Johnson (graduated) Newcomers Nate Darling (transferred from University of Alabama at Birmingham) Ryan Johnson (transferred from Mercer University) Justyn

CAA Preview: UNCW Seahawks

By: Michael Petillo Coach: C.B. McGrath (2nd season) Last Season: 11-21 (7-11), 6th place CAA Newcomers: G Ty Gadsden (Charlotte, N.C./Believe Prep/Vincennes) F Shawn O’Connell (Roswell, GA./Milton/Georgia Southern) G Kai Toews (Tokyo, Japan/Northfield Mount Hermon Mass.) G Jaylen Sims (Charlotte N.C./United Faith Christian) Departures: G Jordon Talley (16.9 ppg) F Marcus Bryan (5.7 ppg) G

CAA Preview: William & Mary Tribe

By: Michael Petillo Coach: Tony Shaver (16th season) Last Season: 19-12 (11-7), 4th place CAA Newcomers: G Chase Audige (Coram, N.Y./The Hill School Pa.) G/F Quinn Blair (Livonia, Mich./Dearborn Divine Child) F Mehkel Harvey (Huntington Beach, Calif./Ocean View) G L.J. Owens (Annapolis, Md/Severn School) G Thornton Scott (Glen Cove, N.Y/Holy Trinity/Vermont Academy)   Departures: G David