• ‘Kings of the comeback’: Huskies save season with thrilling victory
    Story by Peyton Doyle and Josh Chaskes BROOKLINE — Soccer is a game of two halves, and sometimes those two halves can feel radically different. That was certainly the case in Northeastern’s 2-1 win over William & Mary. The Huskies started slowly in the first half and were down early, but came flying back to
  • 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
  • UNCW tops Northeastern behind late score
    BROOKLINE — All it takes is one moment to break open a close game. Tonight, that moment didn’t go Northeastern’s way as the Huskies fell 1-0 to UNCW in a CAA clash at home at Parsons Field. The Huskies dominated the first 20 minutes, with their back four of Ahriá Simons, Ole Kjorholt, Fabrizio Cubeddu,
  • 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
  • Massoud’s late goal salvages draw for Huskies
    Northeastern’s rain-soaked matchup with Quinnipiac Tuesday night was a slugfest. Both squads threw their bodies around and used every last breath of energy in the match, before ending in a 2-2 stalemate. The game was highlighted by the constant sway of momentum, with neither side willing to give in to the others’ sustained pressure. To
  • Late equalizer spoils Weinrebe’s opening victory, forces draw
    After 65 minutes, Northeastern’s new head coach Rich Weinrebe seemed well-positioned to take home a victory in his first match at the helm. But when the final whistle blew, Weinrebe was left with a 1-1 draw in the blazing sun at Parsons Field against UMass. Despite the result, Weinrebe was encouraged by what his team
  • Men’s soccer preview: With new coach at the helm, Huskies look to ride last year’s momentum to CAA crown
    Most of Northeastern’s core nucleus of players from its successful 11-6-2 campaign last year — the program’s first winning season in a decade — remains intact for the upcoming 2022 season. But while the team will look to build off its massive leap forward from a year ago, the head coach patrolling the sidelines at
  • CAA Preview: Hofstra strong favorites to repeat, but Huskies are in the hunt
    For the second year in a row, Hofstra is well-positioned to dominate the CAA and claim the league crown, bringing back the majority of its formidable core that went 18-2-2 last season. The Pride are ranked No. 17 in the country by the United Soccer Coaches preseason poll, and stand atop the conference landscape entering
  • Schedule preview: Weinrebe, Huskies face tough slate early in season
    Following a successful 11-6-2 campaign a year ago, first-year head coach Rich Weinrebe and the Huskies will look to build upon last season’s success with an established and experienced roster in 2022. Here’s a look at the key matchups and dates on the Huskies’ schedule this season. Nonconference games For his first season in charge
  • From Boston to New Zealand, Northeastern’s 13 newcomers will look to make immediate impact
    Northeastern’s first-year head coach Rich Weinrebe got right to work putting his stamp on the Huskies’ roster, with 13 new players — eight freshman and five transfers — joining the program this fall. Weinrebe retains much of the potent offensive force that lifted the Huskies to a winning record last season, but many of Northeastern’s