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  • Huskies’ extra-innings comeback effort falls short behind pitching struggles
    “Eight walks isn’t going to get it done, four wild pitches isn’t going to get it done, [five] stolen bases against us isn’t going to get it done,” head coach Mike Glavine said after Northeastern’s first home loss of the season Wednesday afternoon. But that’s exactly what happened when the Huskies hosted Kansas State for
  • Northeastern drops game three thanks to Delaware’s double-digit home runs
    It was a high-scoring game on both ends. For the third day in a row, Northeastern put up double-digit runs against Delaware, but this time, Blue Hens came out soaring. Evading the conference sweep, Delaware knocked ten bombs out of the park and took game three 14-11. Northeastern’s pitchers — a trio of senior Wyatt
  • Ninth-inning heroics clinch series win for Northeastern
    Two outs on the board. A two-run deficit at the top of the ninth. One last chance for the Huskies to get back on top.  Northeastern had started off strong in the second game of their weekend series against Delaware, taking an early 4-0 lead with home runs from Tyler MacGregor and Mike Sirota in
  • Back-to-back action helps Northeastern secure win against Delaware
    Following their shutout win over Boston College on Tuesday to win the Baseball Beanpot, Northeastern journeyed to Delaware late Friday afternoon. Before the game, Northeastern rested at a record of 25-7 (7-2 CAA), and Delaware had a 17-14 (5-4 CAA) record. In the first game of the series, Northeastern was looking to break Delaware’s three-game
  • Pitching shines as Northeastern shuts down BC for first Baseball Beanpot title in 11 years
    BRIGHTON — With the sun setting on Northeastern’s first Baseball Beanpot championship appearance in six years, and their Power 5 opponent Boston College beginning to throw in the towel to the 7-0 Huskies lead, the Northeastern bench eagerly awaited the moment they could rush the field and claim their first Beanpot trophy since 2013.  “It
  • Huskies’ late surge secures series win against Towson
    After splitting the first two games of the series against Towson, Northeastern came into Sunday’s rubber match looking to continue their CAA dominance and claim their third straight series win. Despite a slow start for both sides, the Huskies were able to blow the game open late, and claim a 9-4 victory over the Tigers.
  • Huskies’ pitching, defense falter in loss at Towson
    Northeastern’s weekend series at the lowly Towson Tigers seemed like an opportunity to pick up wins and boost their run differential in the process, especially considering the Huskies entered on an eight-game win streak. And, while Friday’s game did nothing to dispel that notion, Saturday’s affair went a completely different direction. Towson hung a five-spot
  • Northeastern walks to an easy victory to start road series against Towson
    Northeastern headed to Towson on Friday afternoon to kick off a three-game weekend series against the Tigers, who entered the day with a 7-20 record and near the basement of the CAA standings. Towson kept the game tight through the fifth inning, but when the Tigers’ pitching began to falter, the Huskies exploded, earning an
  • Huskies cruise to mercy rule victory over UMass in Beanpot semifinal
    BROOKLINE – Just like the last eight games played at Friedman Diamond, Northeastern once again dominated at home with a 12-1 mercy-rule victory over a struggling UMass squad in the first round of the baseball Beanpot on Tuesday afternoon.  As always, the offense was the key to the victory for the Huskies, despite once again
  • First half roundup: Thoughts on Northeastern’s first half with the Beanpot looming
    Somehow, someway, we’ve made it to the midway point of the Northeastern baseball season. The Huskies orchestrated a three-game sweep of CAA rival Monmouth this past weekend, with the exclamation point being a 7-2 win on Easter Sunday to extend their winning streak to seven games and cap off an 18-4 March. It was Northeastern’s
  • 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: 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
  • 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
  • Cabral dominates as Northeastern breezes by Monmouth
    BROOKLINE – After an impressive 14-3 victory over  Monmouth yesterday, Northeastern once again took care of business at home, defeating the Hawks 7-1 in a sunny Saturday afternoon matchup. For the second straight game, Northeastern had to find their way without superstar center fielder Mike Sirotta due to soreness.  “He felt better today, I don’t
  • Huskies’ offensive explosion elevates Glavine to second-most wins in program history
    BROOKLINE — After their close 7-6 win up the road at UConn on Wednesday, Northeastern returned home to the friendly confines of Friedman Diamond to resume CAA conference play against Monmouth. After a scoreless first inning, the Husky offense exploded en route to a lopsided 14-3 victory that gave head coach Mike Glavine his 289th
  • Huskies face the elements, prove resillient in extra-innings comeback victory
    BROOKLINE – “This is one of those games where I need to sit down and decompress for a few moments.”  Those were the words of Northeastern Head Coach Mike Glavine after the Huskies 10-9 extra-innings walk-off victory over the Central Connecticut State University Blue Devils. On paper, Tuesday afternoon’s bout at Parsons Field should have
  • Northeastern displays offensive dominance in commanding victory over Hofstra
    After splitting Friday’s double-header against Hofstra, Northeastern came into Sunday’s rubber match looking to win their opening series of conference play. The Huskies set the tone early and never looked back, showcasing their dominance with a resounding 13-5 victory over the Pride.  From the first pitch, Northeastern displayed their offensive prowess, putting up an impressive
  • Goodman hits for the cycle as Huskies steamroll Rams
    BROOKLINE — Northeastern began their weekend series against the University of Rhode Island with a bang, hanging 15 runs on the Rams and dominating them up and down the stat sheet. The Huskies tallied 18 hits, nine walks, and three home runs on the afternoon, earning their fifth straight win and eighth in their last
  • The Huskies’ season lives to see another day
    BOSTON — Behind a top to bottom effort for the opening round of conference playoffs Wednesday, seventh-seeded Northeastern blanked No. 10 Merrimack in a dominant 4-0 victory at Matthews Arena for the last home game of the 2023-2024 season. The Huskies faced the Warriors three times in the regular season for a 2-1 record, sweeping
  • Huskies batters shake off their slump, blank Sacred Heart in seven-inning home opener
    Northeastern stepped onto the red turf of Friedman Diamond for the first time this season on Tuesday afternoon when they hosted Sacred Heart in their home opener. The familiar scenery seemed to be just what Northeastern needed to get on track, as junior center fielder Mike Sirota, sophomore outfielder Cam Maldonado, and sophomore shortstop Carmelo
  • Capital Punishment: Huskies’ season draws to a close in CAA Tournament Defeat
    WASHINGTON D.C. – A season that began with such promise and intrigue once again ended in heartbreak in the second round of the CAA Tournament, as all Northeastern could do was look on with collective disappointment as Stony Brook Seawolves dribbled out the clock on the Huskies’ season with a 75-65 win on Saturday night.
  • Shorthanded Huskies start strong against NC A&T, sputter in second half
    BOSTON — Playing their first game in two weeks — following a matchup they had to forfeit due to limited roster availability — Northeastern played second-place NC A&T tough in the first half before fading away, losing by a final score of 69-55. The Huskies’ lone scheduled game last weekend against Stony Brook was canceled
  • Foul trouble, shooting woes plague Huskies in loss at Delaware
    In the penultimate game of their season, Northeastern just didn’t have enough to get by Delaware, falling to the Blue Hens 73-67. The Huskies entered Thursday’s matchup looking to build off two straight wins, while Delaware entered reeling off back-to-back double-digit losses. Thursday was Senior Night for the Blue Hens, who said goodbye to three
  • Huskies poke the bear at Alfond Arena; deliver bounceback effort to earn weekend split
    ORONO, Maine — After a disappointing open to the weekend series with the Black Bears, the Huskies reminded everyone on Saturday that they are playing as well as any team in Hockey East down the home stretch. Friday night’s game certainly showed the Huskies why Maine has been so successful in their own building, but
  • Despite encouraging moments, Maine takes advantage of the Huskies’ mistakes to claim series opener
    ORONO, Maine — After a split weekend with last-place UMass Lowell, Northeastern traveled north to Maine to begin their two-game series at Alfond Arena. After topping the Black Bears in a 6-3 home victory just three weeks prior, and having played well against highly-ranked Hockey East opponents in recent weeks, Northeastern should have felt confident
  • Northeastern clips BC’s wings, sweep season series
    BOSTON — For a Northeastern team that had just scratched and clawed to an ugly 3-2 win in OT against BC on Friday, a dominant win was needed Saturday in the series finale.  And the Huskies delivered, scoring three first period goals and not looking back en route to a commanding 5-1 victory over the
  • Depth, rebounding issues doom Huskies against Charleston
    BOSTON — Taking down the reigning CAA champions College of Charleston was always going to be a challenge, and it proved a bit too difficult for Northeastern on Thursday night as the Cougars edged the Huskies, 77-73. It was an exciting, back-and-forth affair between two hot, healthy teams. Charleston entered leading the conference and riding
  • Huskies outworked and outmatched in loss against Stony Brook
    BOSTON — Northeastern’s Sunday afternoon Think Pink game, which honored breast cancer awareness against Stony Brook, was simply one to forget. The Seawolves entered play atop of the CAA with an 18-3 record that included an 8-2 record in conference play. Stony Brook’s conference success did not waver in the slightness as they rolled past
  • In battle of top league opponents, Northeastern and UConn hang tight for tie
    BOSTON — The similarities between Uconn and Northeastern are staggering. The teams both find themselves near the top of the Hockey East conference, with winning percentages that are nearly identical. They boast the first and second overall goaltending teams in the nation, top ten penalty kills, and middle-of-the-shot offenses. The two teams are within a
  • Huskies rally, ward off late collapse in win at Campbell
    It wasn’t quite wire to wire, but it was a complete, bounce-back performance for Northeastern in their first ever conference meeting with Campbell on Thursday, as they pulled out a needed 86-76 win.  The Huskies entered the clash losers of four straight, and five of their last six. Campbell’s Fighting Camels, on the other hand,
  • Huskies meet the moment in statement overtime win against BU
    BOSTON — The first of two top-10 matchups for Northeastern this week ended pretty well for the team from Huntington Ave.  For a second time this month, the Huskies faced off against No. 3 Boston University, looking to build on their encouraging weekend sweep of Merrimack with a statement win against the Terriers. After BU
  • Scoring droughts, turnovers lead to Northeastern’s demise in first-ever contest with Campbell
    BOSTON —  Despite their assertive 73-66 bounce-back win against Hofstra Friday night, Northeastern could not maintain any momentum versus Campbell.  As one of the newer teams in the expanding CAA, Campbell traveled to the Cabot Center for the two teams’ first-ever matchup against each other. Elongated scoring droughts and difficulty guarding bigs in the paint
  • History making Huskies strike again as they defeat BU in Beanpot final
    BOSTON — Making history is nothing new for Northeastern women’s hockey.  Six-straight Hockey East championship titles. Three consecutive Frozen Four appearances. The conference all-time scoring record holder. The first ever goaltender to win the Patty Kazmaier award. And that’s all in just the last four seasons.  However, on Tuesday night, nothing seemed more special than
  • ‘Can’t lose that game’: Huskies hang tight with UMass, but squander chances in deflating loss
    BOSTON — One step forward, two steps back. The Huskies came into Saturday’s stand-alone match against the No. 12 UMass Minutemen with a chip on their shoulder, seeking revenge after a 2-1 OT loss back in November. After a promising conference win against Vermont last weekend, Northeastern appeared primed to build off that momentum and
  • 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 resilient in comeback, but fall just short in OT against No. 2 BU
    BOSTON — The last time crosstown rivals Northeastern and Boston University faced off was in the 2023 Beanpot Semifinals, where the Huskies came away with a 3-1 win. A lot has changed in a year. No. 2 BU hosted NU in Agganis Arena for the teams’ first conference game of the new year, with Northeastern
  • Northeastern wraps up 2023 with disappointing finish at the Holiday Faceoff against Wisconsin
    At the end of December 2022, Northeastern had just capped off an ugly 1-4-0 post-Thanksgiving stretch, with their only win coming in overtime after they coughed up a 3-0 lead to LIU.  After a relatively promising start to the 2022 season, December sucked a lot of wind out of the Huskies’ sails, and they never
  • PHOTO GALLERY: Huskies keep it close against UVA
    CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va — Jacob Oshinsky, WRBB photographer, had the chance to travel down to John Paul Jones Arena for Northeastern versus Virginia men’s basketball. What follows are some of the sights from the Cavaliers 56-54 victory over the Huskies. Northeastern led by as much as 13 in the game, before the Cavaliers (ranked No. 22/21
  • Behind Campbell’s hat trick, Huskies secure much-needed win before holiday break
    After a rocky start to the season, Northeastern was riding two weeks of momentum heading into Saturday night’s matchup against Brown. It was a must-win game for the Huskies, one with stakes reminiscent of many of the December contests from the 2022-23 season: an opponent that was weaker on paper, but a loss to them
  • Behind Cam Lund’s hat trick, Huskies pull thrilling upset over top-ranked Eagles
    CHESTNUT HILL — In a game filled with dominating individual efforts and unlikely heroes, Northeastern mustered their first Hockey East points of the season against their most challenging opponent yet.  Top-ranked Boston College fell victim to a resurging Northeastern squad on Friday night, with the Huskies winning by a score of 5-3 at Conte Forum.
  • Northeastern falls short to undefeated Princeton in Saturday showdown
    PRINCETON, N.J. – The clash between Northeastern and Princeton unfolded with intense energy in the first half, leaving fans with a game that was unexpected based on what it showed on paper. Princeton came into this contest with a 5-0 record, taking down Power-5 opponent Rutgers earlier this season. But how soon can last year’s
  • As Northeastern’s historic losing streak extends to seven games, what is going so wrong? 
    DURHAM, N.H. — The last time Northeastern coach Jerry Keefe sat at the Whittemore Center’s press conference podium, he said the Huskies “had a lot of work to do.” That was 23 days ago, moments after the Huskies’ sloppy first loss of the season to New Hampshire. At the time, Keefe chalked up the team’s
  • ‘We didn’t fire on any cylinders’: Too little, too late for Huskies in blowout loss to Harvard
    CAMBRIDGE — On a chilly night in Cambridge, it wasn’t the weather that was the coldest — it was the Huskies, who couldn’t get anything going on either side of the ball in a 80-56 defeat to Harvard at Lavietes Pavilion. “We didn’t fire on any cylinders, offensively and defensively. We certainly didn’t play hard enough
  • Huskies’ offense finally springs to life in dominant win over Providence
    BOSTON — On the heels of back-to-back shutout losses against UConn last weekend, Northeastern returned to Matthews Arena on Friday in dire need of a scoring outburst. In an emphatic 6-1 victory over Providence on Friday night, the offense finally came to life. “Our chemistry is getting better over the games, and [we’ve] kept our
  • Northeastern’s resilience prevails in season-opening victory over BU
    BOSTON — In a thrilling and hard-fought 151st meeting between crosstown rivals, it was a dog fight as  Northeastern clashed with Boston University in a well-attended season opener at Matthews Arena.  Both teams battled it out from the jump. As the clock began to tick, the players wasted no time showcasing their defensive presence. Northeastern’s
  • ‘Really disappointed’: Process looks better, but results are the same as Northeastern is shutout by UConn for second straight night
    After suffering a shutout loss to Uconn in their home building on Friday night, Northeastern entered Saturday’s rematch at Toscano Ice Forum in dire need of a better outcome.  Instead, Northeastern fell short yet again, falling 1-0 on Saturday to the same opposing Huskies in heartbreaking fashion. The loss was Northeastern’s fifth shutout in their
  • Huskies woes continue as they fall in OT against Holy Cross
    BOSTON — In their first game back from the Icebreaker Tournament, Northeastern hosted Holy Cross in what turned out to be an extremely tight matchup. Neither team could find the back of the net in the first 60 minutes of play, but the Crusaders ultimately broke the deadlock with a powerplay goal to win it
  • Ice Ice baby: Northeastern shutout by St. Cloud State in opener, but salvage weekend split at Icebreaker Tournament
    Coming off an upset loss to Merrimack last Friday, No. 10 Northeastern was in need of a rebound performance this weekend at the Icebreaker Tournament, which was held at the recently-opened Maritime Family Arena on Sacred Heart’s campus.  Facing two unfamiliar opponents over the span of 24 hours, the Huskies came away with a split:
  • Huskies rewrite story with Bentley, cruise to victory despite key absences
    With a packed house, high scoring, and penalties galore, Saturday night was busy for the Northeastern Huskies when they hosted the Bentley Falcons in their second official game of the season. However, it did confirm one thing: the Huskies have opened a new chapter.  The Huskies fell to the Falcons when the pair last met
  • After shaky start, Northeastern bounces back to spoil BU’s season opener
    BOSTON — Northeastern got outskated, outworked, and outplayed for the first 40 minutes of Friday’s game at Walter Brown arena.  And yet they ended up coming away with a 4-1 victory over the Boston University Terriers to open Hockey East action.  “We knew we were going to see a fast and gritty BU team,” said
  • In one collision, hockey was taken from Kristina Allard. After a year watching from the bench, she is ready to take it back
    It was the ninth game of Kristina Allard’s college career, and the New Hampshire native had family and friends on hand at the Whittemore Center for her first-ever meeting against her home-state team, UNH. She never could have imagined how that game would change the course of her hockey career. During her standout prep career
  • Four takeaways from Northeastern’s opening-weekend split with Penn State
    BOSTON — For the past five years, this weekend’s series split with Penn State would have been a major disappointment for Northeastern. But for this season’s retooling squad? Growing pains are to be expected. Perfection is no longer the measuring stick, and the Huskies won’t demolish opponents every night on pure talent alone. Opening the