Author: Hannah Yoshinaga

Softball: Terriers top Lehigh in first Patriot League series

By: Hannah Yoshinaga Boston University softball swept its double-header against Lehigh University Saturday in its first conference series of the season. The Terriers (13-1, 2-0 PL) beat the Mountain Hawks 16-0 in five innings in game one and took game two by a score of 1-0. Game 1 An RBI single by right fielder Lauren […]

Women’s Basketball: Patriot League Power Rankings — (Sort of) Midseason Remarks

By: Ethan Fuller and Hannah Yoshinaga Featured image courtesy of Josh Liddick via Lehigh Athletics We’re now approximately at the halfway point of the Patriot League schedule, but we haven’t gotten a complete look at all of the teams in the conference due to coronavirus-related postponements. The only team in the conference to play a […]

Men’s Basketball: Patriot League Power Rankings — (Sort of) Midseason Remarks

By: Ethan Fuller and Hannah Yoshinaga Featured image courtesy of American University Athletics. The first half of the Patriot League men’s basketball season has been… interesting, to say the least, with a conference leader many didn’t anticipate and some predicted contenders finding themselves in trouble early on. Navy and Colgate have been dominant through the […]

Women’s Basketball: Patriot League Power Rankings — Week 3

By: Ethan Fuller and Hannah Yoshinaga Featured image courtesy of Bucknell Athletics Health and safety protocol-related cancelations continue to wreak havoc across college basketball, and the Patriot League hasn’t been immune. Lafayette spent the week on the shelf after registering a positive test, while Navy and Loyola Maryland have yet to play more than two […]

Men’s Basketball: Patriot League Power Rankings — Week 3

By: Ethan Fuller and Hannah Yoshinaga Featured image courtesy of Navy Athletics. This week gave us our first look at American and Loyola Maryland, two teams who had to wait a few extra weeks to play because of positive tests in their programs. They didn’t disappoint either, going head to head with some of the […]

Women’s Basketball: Terriers down Army 59-45 in fifth straight win

Boston University women’s basketball topped Army 59-45, beginning their season 5-0 for the first time since the 1978-79 season. BU’s offense got off to a slow start, and the Terriers found themselves in a 9-2 deficit before senior point guard Katie Nelson got BU back in the game with a three-pointer. The Terriers went on […]

Men’s Basketball: Patriot League Power Rankings — Week 2

By: Ethan Fuller and Hannah Yoshinaga Featured image courtesy of Justin Wolford via Colgate Athletics Last weekend’s slate of games pitted several teams against one another who were relatively close in the standings, making it much clearer which teams in the conference look like contenders and which ones do not. While Navy, Lafayette and Colgate […]

Women’s Basketball: Patriot League Power Rankings — Week 2

By: Ethan Fuller and Hannah Yoshinaga Featured image courtesy of Mark Hagemeier via Bucknell Athletics  The divide between the top two teams in the conference and everyone else remained clear this weekend with undefeated Bucknell and BU trouncing their opponents. However, Lehigh made its case to break into the top tier by picking up two […]

Women’s Basketball: Nelson reaches 1,000 career points in win over Colgate

By: Hannah Yoshinaga Katie Nelson led Boston University women’s basketball in scoring and reached 1,000 career points in the Terriers’ dominant 79-51 win over the Raiders. The senior point guard continued her hot start to the season with 20 points, eight assists, four rebounds, one steal and no turnovers while shooting 7-of-8 from the field. […]

Men’s Basketball: Patriot League Power Rankings — Week 1

By: Ethan Fuller and Hannah Yoshinaga Featured image courtesy of Hannahally Photography via Lafayette Athletics The first weekend of the season didn’t exactly play out as expected, with the consensus top teams in the conference appearing downright vulnerable at several points and some of the lower-ranked squads showing that they won’t be complacent with losing […]