Photographer: Ella Bramwell

  • PHOTO GALLERY: Women’s Basketball season in review
    2023-24 was not the kindest season for Northeastern. However, the squad showed their resilience and their skill, and persevered to finish the year 10-17. Additionally, they made the second round of the CAA tournament after a gutsy win over UNCW. What follows are photos from the talented WRBB photographers who were an integral part of
  • PHOTO GALLERY: Women’s Hockey season in review
    Northeastern started the 2023-24 season all the way back on Sept. 23, and extended their season all the way to the Hockey East Championship for an eighth year in a row. They captured a second straight Beanpot Championship, this time at TD Garden, and completed the season with an overall record of 25-11-3. What follows
  • Strong rebound game lifts Northeastern over UNCW in first round of CAA tournament 
    With the end to a difficult season looming over them, Northeastern knew they had to fight every minute in the opening round of the CAA tournament. The Huskies had only won one game in their last 10, a senior day victory the last time they’d taken the court —  but against a team with a
  • Huskies end seven-game winless streak, send off seniors in style with win over Hampton
    BOSTON — Playing with just six healthy players for the second consecutive game, Northeastern picked up their first victory in a month, defeating Hampton 64-60 on a day where they honored four seniors appearing in their final game at the Cabot Center. The Senior Day festivities saw friends and family in town to recognize guards
  • Controversy, missed opportunities end Northeastern’s win streak
    BOSTON – Despite another strong effort, Northeastern’s impressive 18-game point streak came to an end Friday night after a controversy-filled 2-0 contest against Vermont.  The first period saw both teams locked in a tight battle, with neither able to break through the opposing defense. Despite power play opportunities for each both teams failed to generate
  • In thorough beatdown of Maine, Huskies prove their best is still to come
    BOSTON — After a season filled with ups, downs, and razor-tight margins, Northeastern is finally playing their best hockey when it matters most. Following Friday’s 2-2 tie and shootout victory against UConn, the leader in the Hockey East standings, Northeastern delivered an impressive 4-0 beatdown of Maine on Saturday at Matthews Arena. The victory improved
  • Injury-riddled Huskies fall short in comeback attempts against Monmouth 
    BOSTON — Revenge was not to be for Northeastern. After losing to Monmouth in the CAA quarterfinals last year, the Huskies surely had their matchup against the Hawks circled on the calendar this season. But when the game finally arrived on Friday, NU didn’t hold a lead after the first quarter and their injury-wracked roster
  • Despite sloppy play, resilient Huskies earn two OT wins over UNH
    BOSTON — The theme of the weekend was physicality, penalties, and resilience for Northeastern, who came away with a 3-2 overtime win at UNH on Thursday, before winning the second meeting 4-3 in overtime on Sunday.  The two games featured 14 penalties, two overtime game-winners, and 122 minutes of intense Hockey East play — but
  • Huskies’ bottom six leads the way to complete the series sweep against Merrimack
    BOSTON — After a dominant 4-0 win over Merrimack Friday night, the Huskies returned home Saturday to complete the sweep of the Warriors in goaltender Paige Taborski’s first career start at Matthews Arena. Merrimack, looking for their fifth Hockey East win of the year, came out of the gates hungry, as less than a minute
  • Early scoring surge propels Huskies over UNH in nail-biter
    BOSTON — Friday featured a pivotal Hockey East matchup where the New Hampshire Wildcats visited Matthews Arena, battling for sole possession of third place in the conference. Despite the preseason polls that placed UNH at eighth in the conference, this group has exceeded expectations this season. Though the game was expected to be low scoring
  • Strong offensive performances, shut-down defense leads Northeastern over Hofstra
    BOSTON — After breaking their six-game losing streak Friday night against UNCW, Northeastern continued to take monumental steps in the right direction in Sunday’s assertive 66-53 victory over Hofstra.  The Huskies shot an exceptional 46% and limited the Pride, a very strong offensive team, to a poor 28% from the floor. Another terrific performance from
  • Northeastern downs No. 14 Boston College in Gloucester
    GLOUCESTER — Northeastern made the trip up to Gloucester, Massachusetts for a neutral site game against Boston College in celebration of the town’s 400th anniversary. The Huskies needed to bounce back after dropping a disappointing game at UVM the prior Tuesday, and the 14th overall Eagles stood in their way. Changes needed to be made.
  • Scoring struggles persist at Northeastern is brought down by UConn
    By Breanna Adel and Emma Sullivan BOSTON — Friday is not Northeastern’s favorite day of the week to play.  After splitting their home-and-home set last weekend against Holy Cross, dropping the opener 1-0 in OT at Matthews Arena on Friday before winning on the road after, the Huskies were desperately looking to make it two
  • Cubeddu nets a pair to lift Northeastern over Merrimack
    Entering Northeastern’s match against Merrimack on Tuesday, the storylines were focused on anything but soccer. On Monday morning, Merrimack’s decision to leave the NEC and join the MAAC was announced publicly, marking a major leap for the newly-transitioned Division 1 school after just four seasons in the NEC.  But as the two sides clashed in
  • Huskies draw with rival Terriers in defensive battle
    The Dirty Water Derby. A fixture as classic as the Old Firm or El Clasico. Northeastern vs. Boston University. Everything to play for. The Huskies made the trip across town for the matchup against the Terriers at Nickerson Field, and after an interesting 90 minutes of play, would draw with their rival 1-1. The first
  • Huskies secure huge victory behind Akyirem’s dagger
    It is a trope as old as written language itself. The underdog versus the titan. David versus Goliath. Rudy versus the Notre Dame coaching staff.  This is not one of those stories.  Two titans of the CAA, the Towson Tigers and the Northeastern Huskies, squared off in a top-four league matchup on Sunday at Parsons
  • Huskies make Cougars prey in Thursday’s victory
    BROOKLINE — Over the course of the long, arduous CAA season, Northeastern has gone through several ups and downs. One of the downs came just last weekend, when they dropped a game to the Hofstra Pride by a narrow 1-0 margin. Occasionally, all a team needs to stop a skid is a bit of home
  • Huskies halted by hot Wildcats, drop second in a row
    BROOKLINE — After dropping a disappointing match against the Campbell Camels, Northeastern came back home to Parsons Field for a matchup against a New Hampshire side that received ranking votes. After 90 minutes of lopsided action, the Huskies would find themselves on the wrong end of a 3-0 scoreline. The match opened with UNH dominating
  • Last-minute heroics spoils Huskies hopes as they tie Delaware
    Fresh off of a program record 10-0 win, Northeastern shipped down to Newark to face off against Delaware in yet another CAA matchup.  The Huskies entered the match loss-less in conference play, while the Blue Hens still sought their first conference win of the year. As the favorites, it was up to Northeastern to control
  • Huskies salvage point in rainy match with first-place Seawolves
    Northeastern’s men’s soccer team entered Saturday night looking for their first home win of the season against a Stony Brook squad that was undefeated in conference play.  On the other side, the Seawolves were looking to break some looming streaks of their own. Coming into the match, Stony Brook was winless on the road for
  • Huskies strike early to take down the Phoenix
    Finishing off a long weekend in North Carolina, the Huskies picked up their second conference victory of the season in a Sunday afternoon matchup against Elon.  After two tie games in a row — one against Drexel last Sunday and the other against Campbell this past Thursday — the 2-1 win was a refreshing sendoff
  • Back-and-forth battle between Huskies and Camels ends in another CAA draw
    Northeastern women’s soccer traveled to North Carolina on Thursday in their first road CAA matchup of the season to play the Campbell Fighting Camels for the first time in program history. Campbell, in its first year in the CAA, had a slow start to the season entering the matchup, with just one goal in their
  • PHOTO GALLERY: Northeastern takes down Harvard
    WRBB photographer Ella Bramwell went to Harvard’s Jordan Field Tuesday and captured the sights of Northeastern’s 4-0 win over the Crimson. See more of her photos below. The Huskies were helped to the win by four different goal scorers including senior Federico Tellez (pictured above) who scored his first of the season in the 10th
  • After multiple weather delays, Drexel rallies late to secure draw with Huskies
    BROOKLINE — A soaked Sunday afternoon in Brookline turned into a stalemate for Northeastern women’s soccer, as they ended the day in a 2-2 deadlock with Drexel.   The Huskies started the game with solid possession time, maintaining pressure in their half of the pitch, but were unable to get any shots on goal. Both sophomore
  • Akyirem scores go-ahead goal, but Huskies settle for draw against BU
    BROOKLINE — When sophomore superstar Vivian Akyirem scored Northeastern’s first goal in the 60th minute and fell to the pitch in jubilation, it felt like an absolute certainty that the Huskies would ride that wave of emotion to victory. Instead, the season-high crowd of 382 fans at Parsons Field were left in stunned silence as
  • Huskies cut down by Delaware in series opener 
    BROOKLINE — When the Huskies defeated Stonehill on Wednesday after a tough Beanpot loss, it took the bitter taste out of their mouths. But in a difficult contest against the visiting Delaware Blue Hens Friday afternoon, Northeastern’s momentum slipped away yet again with a 10-3 loss.  Continuing a lengthy homestand, the matchup was the first
  • Northeastern’s season ends in overtime heartbreaker against Providence 
    BOSTON — It was a season where Northeastern was perfectly positioned to dominate.  With one of the most talented rosters on paper in the conference, sky-high expectations, and a second half of the season that was much better than the first, the Huskies were primed for success entering the postseason.  However, Northeastern was unable to
  • Six-peat complete: Northeastern defeats Providence for the Hockey East Tournament title
    BOSTON — It was almost too perfect. In their final game at Matthews Arena, Northeastern’s graduate student top line of Chloé Aurard, Alina Müller, and Marueen Murphy led their team to a sixth-straight Hockey East championship. Murphy finished with three assists and Müller and Aurard notched a goal and an assist apiece, as the Huskies
  • Huskies take home 30th season win with shutout on Senior Night
    BOSTON — Saturday was an emotional night at Matthews Arena, but one also full of happiness for the Northeastern women’s hockey team, as they won 4-0 over Boston University on home ice to finish the regular season. “Obviously excited for our seniors to send them out in their last regular season game,” said Northeastern head
  • Huskies snap losing streak, coast to much-needed victory over Monmouth
    BOSTON — Coming off of a seven-game losing streak capped by Monday’s 36-point defeat against Charleston, Northeastern picked up a badly-needed win on their home floor over Monmouth by a final score of 77-62. After getting off to a 1-20 start on the season, the Hawks came into Thursday night’s game having won five of
  • Chloé Aurard’s big night powers Huskies to victory over New Hampshire
    BOSTON — Chloé Aurard’s empty net, short-handed goal in the third period sealed Northeastern’s 4-1 win over New Hampshire at Matthews Arena on Thursday, and capped off an impressive two-goal showing for the Huskies’ graduate student forward. “We focused on getting it out of the zone first because obviously it’s a 6-on-4, so we couldn’t