Author: Hannah Yoshinaga

Hannah is a senior from Orange County, California majoring in public relations and minoring in business administration. Around WTBU Sports, Hannah has edited the basketball and softball beats, taken game photos, created graphics, and hosted an NBA podcast. Outside of the station, she has taken part in the USGA P.J. Boatwright Internship Program for Mass Golf and interned for the Orleans Firebirds, Arroyo Seco Saints and California Collegiate League. She hopes to pursue a career in communications and digital media after graduation.

Women’s Soccer: BU defeats UMass after early Fagan goal

By Hannah Yoshinaga  Boston University women’s soccer defeated UMass 1-0 Thursday afternoon to secure the Terriers’ first win in their last four games. The Terriers (3-4-0) were pressed offensively from the top, with the Minutewomen’s (1-3-3) Lauren Bonavita and Ashley Lamond getting off shot attempts in the first nine minutes. However, a score by sophomore […]

Women’s Soccer: Terriers drop second straight, fall 1-0 to Yale

By Hannah Yoshinaga  Just days after rattling off its first two wins of head coach Casey Brown’s tenure, the Boston University women’s soccer team (2-3-0) dropped its second straight game on Thursday with a 1-0 loss to Yale (2-0-1). The Terriers found themselves in a stalemate with the Bulldogs for nearly the entire first half […]

Basketball: Breaking Down the Terriers’ 2022-23 Non-Conference Schedules

By Hannah Yoshinaga The Boston University men’s and women’s basketball teams will begin the 2022-23 season living much of the same storyline as last season — returning the bulk of their rosters from the year before and facing high expectations to once again content for a Patriot League Championship. Each team released their full season […]

Women’s Soccer: Casey Brown named head coach

By Hannah Yoshinaga Casey Brown was named the new head coach of Boston University women’s soccer on Friday, ending the University’s search to find the second head coach in program history. Brown is a former BU soccer player who also served as an assistant coach with the program for four seasons. Most recently, she helmed […]

Softball: Terriers fall to Lehigh in PL title games

By Hannah Yoshinaga  It was déjà vu for Boston University softball on Saturday as the Terriers fell to Lehigh in the final two games of the Patriot League tournament, ending their season and hopes of a fourth consecutive title run. Lehigh needed two wins to claim the 2022 conference title and did so by winning […]

Softball: Patriot League Playoff Preview

By Hannah Yoshinaga The Patriot League softball playoffs begin Thursday, with an opening-round matchup between No. 1 Boston University and No. 4 Colgate penciled in to kick off the tournament. No. 2. Lehigh will also face No. 3 Army to close out the first day of competition. Much of the regular season was a case […]

Softball: Roncin, Boaz, Waters take home postseason awards

By Hannah Yoshinaga  The Patriot League announced its softball postseason awards on Tuesday, with three Boston University team members taking home major awards. Sophomore shortstop Kayla Roncin was named Player of the Year after putting up a career-best offensive performance. Roncin hit .443 for the season, ninth-best in NCAA, and .492 against conference opponents. Her […]

Softball: Terriers capture conference title, but drop series to Lehigh

By Hannah Yoshinaga  In an up-and-down weekend, BU softball captured its fourth-straight Patriot League title but also saw its 27-game win streak come to an end against Lehigh. The Terriers (38-15, 16-2 PL) lost two of three against the Mountain Hawks (26-17-1, 15-3 PL), their first losses to a conference opponent and first since March […]

Softball: Extra-inning victories give BU sweep of Army

By Hannah Yoshinaga  Boston University softball (37-13, 15-0 PL) picked up another series sweep this weekend, this time against Army West Point (18-31, 8-7 PL). The final win extended the team’s NCAA-leading win streak to 26 games. However, the Terriers’ wins did not come easy — their one-run and two-run wins were their lowest margins […]