Center Maria Jackson ’17 was named tournament MVP, scoring 29 points over the two games.
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Epeeist Liz Fuller ’18 won 12 of her 13 bouts at the first Northeast Fencing Conference meet.
Kelsey Whitaker ’16 earned a bid to the NCAA Division III Championships with a top-20 finish on Saturday.
The squad allowed two late goals to lose a heartbreaker at Misericordia University on Sunday.
Midfielder Brandon Miskin ’18 scored the first tally of his career in a 1-0 victory on Sunday.
Boston Bruins fall to the visiting Montreal Canadiens after shutting out St. Louis in games at TD GardenAvi Gold
The Boston Bruins welcomed two of the NHL’s top teams to TD Garden this past week and were on opposite ends of shutouts against the St.
Kelsey Whitaker ’16 represented the women’s cross country team at the NCAA Division III Championships on Saturday afternoon, where the junior placed 210th overall out of 280 runners.
Brian Luk ’16 won all three of his events, including a two-second victory in the 100-yard butterfly.
Guard Sydney Sodine ’17 put back up the winning basket with 16 seconds remaining on Wednesday.
Forward Samuel Dowden ’17 scored a career-high 21 points in his first career start in Wednesday’s 78-76 home defeat.
The men allowed three goals in one game for the first time all season during Sunday’s 3-0 loss.
On Sunday afternoon, the selection committee for the inaugural College Football Playoff announced the four playoff teams. The University of Alabama, the University of Oregon, Florida State University and The Ohio State University were all selected to the four-team tournament. The tournament is the first of its kind after years of a one-game winner-takes-all championship. For decades, fans have complained about the system that allows for only two teams to compete for the title. The new playoff format was supposed to alleviate this issue by allowing four teams to have a chance, but this season has had many of the same concerns as before.Two Big 12 schools, Texas Christian University and Baylor University, were both left out of the playoff after spending all year as top teams in the country. TCU as recently as last week had been ranked as the No.
Saberist Adam Mandel ’15 went 11-1 at the Brandeis Invitational, including a 3-0 record versus Yale University.
Max Fabian ’15 won the 1,650-yard freestyle race at the Gompei Invitational in 16 minutes, 29.20 seconds, a full four seconds ahead of second place.
Jarret Harrigan ’15 ran a career-best time of 15:22.17 to win the 5,000-meter race on Saturday.
The squad defeated Tufts University 52-50 on Sunday to earn third place in the New England Big 4 Challenge.
Guard Niki Laskaris ’16 netted 19 points in Saturday’s 73-56 home victory.
Edan Zitelny ’17 won both the 100-yard and 200-yard men’s backstroke competitions for the Judges.
The Baseball Writers’ Association of America elected four players to the National Baseball Hall of Fame last Tuesday, enshrining pitchers Randy Johnson, Pedro Martinez and John Smoltz and second baseman Craig Biggio in Cooperstown.Each of the three pitchers selected easily surpassed the necessary 75 percent of votes needed in their first appearance on the ballot.Johnson, known as the “Big Unit” for his six foot, 10 inch frame, got 97.3 percent of the vote.
Lydia McCaleb ’17 paced the women’s team with a 10th place finish in the 3,000-meter run.