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GALLERY: Weekend sports in photos

Photos from games this weekend, Feb. 8.

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This weekend’s sports match ups in photos. Women’s basketball beat both Duquesne 69-66 on Thursday, and Rhode Island 56-34 on Sunday. Hockey defeated Boston University 4-2 at the Mullins Center on Friday night but lost to UMass Lowell 0-2 in Lowell. Men’s lacrosse lost their season opener to Army 11-12 in overtime at Garber Field. Men’s basketball surprised the Atlantic 10 by upsetting Davidson 54-51 on Saturday afternoon. Photos by Jon Asgeirsson, Eva Trainer, Joe Frank, Will Katcher, and Judith Gibson-Okunieff.

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