Author: Kayla Shiao

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  • Offseason Tracker: Huskies Prepare For Next Season, Future Careers
    With 12 seniors not returning to head coach Dave Flint’s squad in the fall, the Huskies have work to do in preparation for the start of the season. WRBB Sports looks into transfer portal movement, now-departed seniors’ plans, and roster updates. Check back in for edits as we continue to post updates about Husky-related happenings. 
  • Live updates: Northeastern looks to fill roster spots after season end, transfers leaving
    Northeastern’s NCAA tournament defeat to Western Michigan concluded the Huskies’ 2021-22 season, but Jerry Keefe and the Huskies have stayed plenty busy in the days since, with key transfer pickups, departures, and NHL decisions shaping Northeastern’s future roster. Below is WRBB’s live tracker of the Huskies’ key roster movement and decisions, along with analysis of
  • Fresh Talent: How the Future of Hockey East Faired at the U-18 World Championships
    After two years of cancellations and postponements, the IIHF Under-18 Women’s World Championships finally took place this past week. The tournament was originally set to be in Sweden, but was moved to Wisconsin due to COVID-19 restrictions.  The eight teams took the ice at both LaBahn Arena, home of the Wisconsin Badgers women’s hockey team,
  • CAA Tournament Preview: Loaded Women’s Basketball Field Unpacked
    By Mike Puzzanghera After a long but full season of CAA women’s basketball, the conference tournament tips off Thursday night from the Daskalakis Athletic Center in Philadelphia. With plenty of contenders and star players strewn throughout the bracket, here’s a look at each team competing for an NCAA Tournament bid this weekend. Drexel The top
  • Northeastern Delivers in the Paint, Taking Down UNCW 63-48
    Story by Alexis Spring In the penultimate game of the regular season, the Northeastern Huskies (14-13) ventured to Wilmington to face the UNCW Seahawks (3-24) in a Thursday night conference battle.  All was not easy, as the Seahawks came to play, especially guard Sierra DaCosta and forward Micah Hoggatt. Coming off of an explosive play
  • Huskies Drop Fifth Straight, Currence Hits 1K
    Story by Rae Deer ELON, NC– The Northeastern women’s basketball team has been plagued with quite the unlucky streak. Since their devastating 56-43 loss to Hofstra on February 6th, the team has had their work cut out for them and have been unable to garner a win, dropping their fifth straight to Elon on Sunday
  • Huskies Go Cold From the Field as Dragons Dominate
    Story by Jordan Walsh Photos by Kayla Shiao BOSTON — Hours before the Super Bowl, the Northeastern women’s basketball team (12-10) struggled with a different kind of two-point conversion as they fell to the Drexel Dragons (19-3) Sunday afternoon at the Cabot Center by a score of 61-46. The Huskies shot better from beyond the
  • Valiant Effort Not Enough as Huskies Lose Thriller to CAA-Best Delaware
    Story by Jordan Walsh Photos by Kayla Shiao BOSTON – It won’t show in the standings, but the Northeastern Huskies (12-9) gave the conference-leading Delaware Fightin’ Blue Hens (17-5) all they could handle Friday night at the Cabot Center. The Blue Hens came into the contest on a six-game win streak and boasted a 10-1 record
  • Worst Offensive Performance of CAA Play This Season Dooms Huskies Against Hofstra
    By Jordan Walsh HEMPSTEAD, NY — Coming off of their first conference road win of the season, the Northeastern Huskies (12-8) floundered on the offensive end as they fell to the Hofstra Pride (5-12) by a final score of 56-43. The Huskies tied their season low in points (also netting 43 against Harvard in December)
  • Huskies Drained and Defeated by the Drexel Dragons
    Story by Rae Deer After a 2-0 start to conference play, the Northeastern women’s basketball team has finally met their match. A strong second half push after a sluggish start was not enough to save the Huskies from falling to reigning CAA champions, Drexel University, 63-50 on Friday night.  Drexel played up and down the