Author: Ethan Fuller

Ethan Fuller signs off as WTBU Sports Co-Director

By: Ethan Fuller I got to Boston University at 8:00 a.m. in September 2018 having never undertaken any semblance of reporting in my life. Sure, I had read Mirin Fader features, Dan Shaughnessy columns and Woj Bombs. But I had no idea what a lede was, or how Mixlr worked, or even where the basketball […]

Men’s Basketball: Q&A with incoming transfer Nevin Zink

By: Ethan Fuller Featured image provided by Nevin Zink. College basketball madness has extended well beyond March this year by virtue of the transfer portal. Over 1500 players have entered their names, with schools finding opportunities to add new pieces to their rosters. Boston University men’s basketball already made a splash, landing former USC Upstate […]

Men’s Basketball: Joe Jones reflects on a decade coaching the Terriers

By: Ethan Fuller Joe Jones is now the second-longest-tenured head coach in the history of Boston University men’s basketball. But to Jones, his decade at the helm has flown by. “Some days you look back and are like, ‘Wow. A lot of time has passed,'” he said in an interview with WTBU last week. The […]

Why the New England Patriots should draft QB Ian Book

By: Brady Gardner Featured image courtesy of Notre Dame Athletics. The time has come for the second annual installment of this NFL draft series, picking the ideal quarterback target for the New England Patriots. I have my guy, so buckle up. Don’t Judge A Book By Its Cover Ian Book may not be a popular […]

Women’s Basketball: Melissa D’Amico to be program’s next head coach

By: Ethan Fuller On Friday morning, Boston University women’s basketball announced that Melissa D’Amico would take over as the program’s ninth head coach. D’Amico replaces Marisa Moseley, who led the team for three seasons before taking the head coaching job at Wisconsin. “I’m so honored and humbled to have the opportunity to coach at a […]

Why the New England Patriots should draft QB Davis Mills

By: Ethan Fuller Featured image courtesy of Stanford Athletics. Let’s open this with a little philosophic plea to the Patriots war room: please, please, please do not select a quarterback in the first round of the NFL Draft. The stakes do not get any higher for a front office. The Day 1 quarterback is the […]

Women’s Basketball: Exit Interview with Katie Nelson

By: Ethan Fuller No one helped turn around Boston University women’s basketball quite like Katie Nelson. The senior guard started all 102 games played during her four seasons in a Terrier uniform. Nelson averaged a whopping 37.2 career minutes per game and embodied endurance. She sat for just 17 total minutes as a junior. If […]

Women’s Basketball: Exit Interview with Tenisha Pressley

By: Ethan Fuller When the final buzzer sounded in the Patriot League championship game at Case Gym, it ended the tumultuous basketball career of Tenisha Pressley. A 5-foot-9 wing, Pressley faced plenty of adversity in her time as a Terrier, including a coaching change, multiple injuries and a global pandemic. But the versatile defender stayed […]

Women’s Basketball: Exit Interview with Mackenzie Miers

By: Ethan Fuller Boston University women’s basketball rostered 14 Terriers in the 2021 season. One player doubled as a shark. Mackenzie Miers became known for exemplifying “Shark Mentality” during her time at BU. The 6-foot-2 forward is part of a three-person senior class that helped turn around the entire program, culminating in a Patriot League […]

Women’s Basketball: Terriers go cold, lose Patriot League title game to Lehigh

By: Ethan Fuller BOSTON, MA — Boston University women’s basketball knew going into the game that Lehigh would bring a uniquely high-powered offense into Case Gym. But when the game turned into a championship defensive chess match, BU simply couldn’t find the buckets to match. The Terriers lost the Patriot League title game to the […]