Author: Cameron Meyer

Women’s Soccer: Terriers suffer first Patriot League loss to Colgate

By Cameron Meyer Boston University Women’s Soccer (4-6, 1-1 PL) took on Colgate (1-6-2, 1-1 PL) on Wednesday in their second conference game of the season and lost 1-0 thanks to a strike by Emily Amano.  Throughout the game, both teams were able to find opportunities in the attacking third with the Terriers just edging […]

Women’s Soccer: Gianino wonder goal lifts Terriers over UMass Lowell

By Cameron Meyer Already in the young season, freshman Giulianna Gianino has emerged as a star for Boston University Women’s Soccer (2-1-0, 0-0 PL). Going into Thursday’s game against UMass Lowell (1-2-0), she had already scored her first collegiate goal in a thrilling comeback this past Sunday against Providence, and was one of the Terriers’ […]

Men’s Soccer Season Preview

By Cameron Meyer  It was a forgettable first full season for Kevin Nylen as head coach of the Boston University men’s soccer team last year. Throughout the fall of 2021, his team only picked up four wins the entire season and never found themselves close to a playoff berth. But after a season filled with […]

The Young Player Initiative: 16-year-old Obed Vargas starts to make waves

By Cameron Meyer Guys like Alphonso Davies, Weston McKennie, and Tyler Adams are the names of just a few of the big names that represent the fruits of the growing soccer landscape in the U.S. and a league driven to foster a new generation of stars. Just this January, we saw MLS’ last extraordinary export […]

Men’s Soccer: Harvard holds out for win vs. Terriers in cross-river rivalry

By Cameron Meyer Boston University (1-8-1) took on its rival across the Charles River at Harvard University (4-3-2) on Tuesday, looking to break a three-game losing streak and find a solution to its scoring troubles. The former ended in disappointment, as the Crimson held on to a 2-1 victory. The Terriers could find some solace […]

Men’s Soccer: Terriers attacking woes continue in 3-0 trouncing vs. Loyola Maryland

By Cameron Meyer Earlier this week, Boston University (1-7-1, 1-3 PL) announced that its Class of 2020 Commencement would be moved to Nickerson Field, relocating Saturday’s game against Loyola Maryland (4-3-2, 2-1-0 PL) to Parsons Field in Brookline, Massachusetts. The Terriers, despite experiencing new home field scenery, continued to underwhelm on the attacking side of […]