Massachusetts Daily Collegian

BC edges UML, Northeastern ties Maine

By Stephen Sellner

January 24, 2011

Jimmy Hayes nettled two goals for the Boston College men’s hockey team to help defeat the University of Massachusetts Lowell 5-3 on Saturday night at Kelley Rink. The contest was knotted at two entering the final frame, however,...

Minutemen pour goals on Catamounts

By Dan Gigliotti

January 23, 2011

Two weeks ago, after a 5-3 loss at home to Northeastern, Massachusetts hockey coach Don Cahoon had plenty to say about his team’s disappointing performance. On Saturday, the outspoken coach was at a loss for words. The ...

Swimming and diving teams post different results

By Ben Lambert

December 7, 2010

The Massachusetts swimming and diving teams had very different results this weekend. The men’s team easily outpaced Yale on its way to a 177-118 victory while the women’s team fell to Northeastern, 160-129. The men’s...

UVM tops Eagles for first win of the year, Terriers play to two draws

By Jackson Alexander

November 15, 2010

The Vermont hockey team knocked off Boston College, 5-3, and earned its first victory of the season. The Catamounts entered Saturday’s game with a 0-4-3 record. UVM took the early lead on a first period goal by Chris McCarthy....

BU tops Friars, Black Bears upset No.2 Fighting Sioux

By Stephen Sellner

October 25, 2010

Kieran Millan’s 39-save effort helped lift Boston University past Providence, 2-1, on Saturday. Ryan Ruikka found the back of the net with a wrist shot from the left edge, giving the Terriers the lead 13 minutes, 59 seconds i...

Minutewomen split weekend series in Boston

By Pete Vasquez

September 6, 2010

The Massachusetts field hockey team completed its trip to Boston, Mass., by taking a game against Northeastern on Friday before falling to Boston University on Sunday. The Minutewomen (1-3) fell behind, 1-0, to the Terriers...

Griffin hopes to help fill loss of Nelson in backfield

By Dan Gigliotti

September 6, 2010

Losing its leading rusher from last season, the Massachusetts football team recruited a forsaken player with proven talent to fill its vacancy in the backfield. The Minutemen acquired senior tailback John Griffin from Northeastern after it cut the football program this past offs...