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  • “We got the result we deserved”: Early pitching blunders lead to frustrating defeat for Northeastern
    BROOKLINE — After a disappointing 11-inning, 9-8 loss on Wednesday against Kansas State, Northeastern looked to get back in the win column against UNCW. Entering Friday’s matchup, the Seahawks sat in the top spot in the CAA with a 10-2 record, with the Huskies close behind in second place at 9-3. Unfortunately for NU, the
  • PHOTO GALLERY: Men’s Basketball season in review
    Northeastern started the 2023-24 season with a resounding win against Boston University at home, and reached many milestones throughout the year. From head coach Bill Coen breaking the CAA wins record, to a 10th place finish in the conference during the regular season, the Huskies finished the year with an overall record of 12-20, and
  • Musacchia’s seventh-inning grand slam seals Northeastern’s first CAA win
    By Amelia Ballingall and Max Schwartzberg Northeastern headed into their first CAA series with momentum. The Huskies had gone 8-1 in their past nine games, with Alex Lane and Tyler MacGregor holding strong with .424 and .393 batting averages and junior center fielder Mike Sirota heating up to a .274 after starting the season ice
  • Four wins, no losses: Huskies remain undefeated at home with victory over Merrimack
    BROOKLINE – After a statement win on Tuesday versus out-of-conference, cross-town rival Boston College, Northeastern looked to continue their winning streak versus the struggling Merrimack College Warriors Wednesday.  On the mound for the Huskies was junior pitcher Brett Dunham, who came into the match up with a 9.82 earned runs average in just 3.2 innings
  • No Sakota, no party: Huskies come up empty in regular-season finale
    PHILADELPHIA, PA – Northeastern fell behind immediately and never fully recovered, as Drexel led from start to finish to end their regular season with a 73-59 victory. For the second time in three days, the Huskies were on the road for their opponents’ Senior Day celebrations. The Dragons held a ceremony for their seniors before
  • Huskies celebrate Senior Day in style, roll over Pirates
    BOSTON – The Northeastern Huskies capped their seniors’ careers at Matthews Arena with a victory, prevailing over the last-place Hampton Pirates 70-62 on Saturday afternoon. As is customary for the last home game of the season, Saturday was “Senior Day,” an opportunity for the team and fans to honor the seniors and graduate students one
  • Sakota’s late heroics just enough as Huskies stave off Elon comeback
    BOSTON – Northeastern bent. And bent. And bent some more. But, when push came to shove, they refused to break, outlasting the Elon Phoenix 61-58 on Thursday night.  Both the Huskies and the Phoenix entered Thursday’s matchup 5-9 in CAA play, tied for 10th in the conference. Teams seeded 10th or above get a bye
  • Huskies return to form, claim series split with UMass Lowell
    BOSTON — After getting away from its game Friday, dropping 4-2 to last-place UMass Lowell on the road, Northeastern responded with a dominant victory Saturday in Matthews Arena. As the first game after the Huskies secured its historic 71st Beanpot title, it’s reasonable to take Friday’s loss with a grain of salt. Post-game, head coach
  • Huskies notch second straight double-digit victory behind balanced attack
    BOSTON — A slow start didn’t stop Northeastern from turning in one of their most complete performances all season, as they beat Monmouth 77-65 Saturday afternoon. The contest was a good opportunity for both teams to prove themselves as the CAA Tournament draws ever nearer. For Monmouth, it was an occasion to change their road
  • Poor second half, turnover issues doom Huskies against Towson
    Coming off back-to-back losses, Northeastern traveled south to TU Arena for a Thursday night clash with second-place Towson. It was an opportunity for revenge for the Tigers, who lost to Northeastern in Boston earlier this season, despite the rather large gap in the CAA standings. Towson entered the night on a seventeen-game home win streak
  • Huskies stifled by Seahawks in blowout home loss
    BOSTON — While Northeastern hadn’t had the strongest season to date, with CAA games beginning in early January, it seemed they weren’t too far behind the top squads on January 25, when they took on the UNCW Seahawks at home.  The Seahawks had a 4-2 record coming into Matthews Arena, only one game ahead of
  • Huskies obliterated by Charleston press, three-point shooting in 37-point rout
    BOSTON — Facing a Charleston team that pressures on defense for the entire game, Northeastern had no answer, committing 24 turnovers in a lopsided 83-46 loss Sunday afternoon at the Cabot Center. The Cougars’ style of play is to press in the backcourt and aggressively trap and hunt for steals. Their average turnover margin of
  • Huskies get the edge after a nail-biter win against Hofstra
    BOSTON — The Huskies entered tonight’s game on a three-game losing streak, with back-to-back losses against CAA conference opponents. On the other hand, the Hofstra Pride were coming off a huge victory against Delaware, positioning them in the middle tier of the conference.  Northeastern has struggled to find quality looks; in back-to-back games the Huskies
  • Huskies falter in home opener despite Brown’s rally
    BROOKLINE — Northeastern stepped onto their home field for the first time this season Monday night, taking on the visiting UMass Lowell River Hawks in the pair’s first competition since 2019.  After finishing fourth in the 2022 CAA regular season, while Lowell was unable to nab a single America East conference win, the Huskies were
  • Men’s soccer faces a grueling schedule in Rich Weinrebe’s second season at the helm
    By Peyton Doyle and Khalin Kapoor Rich Weinrebe started off his first season strong as Northeastern’s newest men’s soccer coach. The former UNH assistant went 2-1-3 in his first six games, with his only loss coming in a one-goal match against BC. However, the rest of the season didn’t go exactly to plan. In late
  • Men’s soccer looks to bolster attack, central defense with new faces
    In his first year as head coach of the Huskies, Rich Weinrebe had 13 new players join his squad. Four of his five transfers — Tobias Wangerud, Fabrizio Cubbedu, Ole Kjørholt, and Ahria Simons — made instant impacts for Northeastern. That group made 58 starts combined for the team last season. The freshman class was
  • Huskies snap five-game skid behind late score
    BROOKLINE — The two opponents in Tuesday night’s rivalry battle at Parsons Field entered the match on complete opposite trajectories. Northeastern’s season has been slipping away in recent weeks, as the Huskies entered the match at Parsons Field carrying a five-game losing streak. Meanwhile, the Terriers had won two in a row, outscoring their opponents
  • Huskies lose two in a row for first time in season
    Wednesday evening, Northeastern traveled to Worcester to take on Holy Cross. While the Huskies dominated the final third of the match, a first half goal by the Crusaders was all they needed to take down Northeastern for the first time since 2017, 1-0.  Northeastern entered the game looking to bounce back from their 2-1 loss
  • Marin-Thomson game winner secures scrappy Husky victory
    Everything seemed to be leaning towards a Northeastern loss in Tuesday’s matchup versus Harvard. The Crimson were the superior team physically and dominated the shot total and corner kick tally. But the scrappy grit and pure heart of the Huskies proved to reign victorious, as the home squad snuck out a 3-2 victory over their