Author: Charles DeMatteo

On the Volley: Risers and Fallers from USMNT’s Last Games before Qatar World Cup

By Charlie DeMatteo The United States Men’s National Team finished up their preparation for the 2022 World Cup with a couple of exhibition matches against Japan and Saudi Arabia this week. With hopes high for this crop of talent, a 2-0 loss to Japan and a 0-0 draw with Saudi Arabia didn’t exactly reaffirm confidence […]

Men’s Soccer: Terriers earn second straight clean sheet in 0-0 draw against Lafayette

By Charlie DeMatteo Boston University Men’s Soccer (2-2-4, 0-1-1 PL) drew 0-0 against Lafayette College (6-2-1, 1-0-1 PL) on Saturday at Nickerson Field. The Terriers came into the clash with Lafayette off of a 0-0 draw in a rivalry game against Boston College, limiting the ACC outfit throughout the game. BU continued their strong defensive […]

Men’s Soccer: Terriers effective defensively in 0-0 draw vs crosstown rivals BC

By Charlie DeMatteo Boston University Men’s Soccer (2-2-3, 0-1-0 PL) earned a hard-fought 0-0 draw against crosstown rivals Boston College (2-2-3) Tuesday at Nickerson Field. Coming off a disappointing 3-0 defeat to Colgate to start its Patriot League season, BU came out of the blocks firing against its Commonwealth Avenue rivals, demonstrating high energy levels […]

Men’s Soccer: Terriers fall to Colgate 3-0 in Patriot League opener

By Charlie DeMatteo Boston University Men’s Soccer (2-2-2, 0-1-0 PL) fell to Colgate (4-1-1, 1-0-0 PL) 3-0 on Friday night, losing their second straight in their first Patriot League match of the year. The Terriers struggled to create much going forward all night and made sloppy defensive mistakes that were not consistent with the solid […]

On The Volley: Grading Every Premier League Club’s Summer Transfer Window

By Charlie DeMatteo With over $1 Billion spent this summer on transfers by English Premier League clubs, it’s time to review who spent their cash well, and who could have improved a bit more. Arsenal: A Arsenal’s key summer signings this window came from Manchester City in the form of Gabriel Jesus and Oleksandr Zinchenko. […]

Women’s Soccer: Terriers fall to UNH 4-1, record fourth loss in five games

By Charlie DeMatteo  On Sunday afternoon, Boston University women’s soccer (3-0-5) traveled to face the University of New Hampshire (3-0-4) but came up short — losing 4-1 and dropping its fourth game in its last five matchups.  The Terriers were looking to keep the momentum going after their third win of the season last time […]