Last weekend, the Northeastern club field hockey team traveled to Virginia Beach to compete in the National Field Hockey League Fall Championship. The long trip did not phase the team at all as they were able to clinch the title of National Champions! Their continued hard work throughout the season set them up for success by
Club Running sprinted their way into several wins over the weekend. The team drove up to Peabody, MA this past Saturday to wrap up their fall season at the LiveSTRONG at the Y Half Marathon. They had more than 30 Husky runners take to the course, many of them setting personal best times! Luke Janik
On November 16th, the women’s club lacrosse team hosted a tournament at Carter field. The following day, November 17th, the team traveled to Providence Rhode Island for another tournament. During this weekend, the team went 4-0 beating Providence College, Boston College, UConn, and UMass!
Men’s Rugby (15s) went head to head with Boston College at Fairfield University on Saturday, Nov. 16th in the Liberty Conference Championship game. In the freezing conditions, the Maddogs were able to pull out a 38-14 win, finishing off the season undefeated with a record of 9-0!
The weekend of September 15th, our team completed the last Sprint race of the season. Our team met in Renaissance Garage, and left for the race shortly after 6 am. After an emergency bathroom break and a few coffee stops, the team arrived at the race site. The team then picked up race packets, set up transition and
This year, our NECTC season championships were held on Sunday, September 22nd. To prepare for the big day, the team met at 11:45 am in Columbus the day before. One of the two vans provided to us happened to be a Red Eye, meaning that we had to get a little more creative than usual
This past weekend the Huskies travelled to Poughkeepsie, NY to compete at the Vassar Round Robin. We beat Bucknell, Vassar, Lafayette, and Bard with ease as we took on our rival Fordham in the last match. Unfortunately, the fatigued Huskies could not pull the upset and lost 7-2, ending with an overall record of 4-1.
Men’s Squash finished second place in the E Division at the 2019 CSA National Championships, taking home the Chaffee Cup as finalists. The Huskies went 2-1 over the weekend at the National Championship tournament, held at Yale University in Connecticut. The second place divisional finish ranks Northeastern as 34th in the nation among all varsity
NUCR’s 2019 cross country season ended on a high note on Saturday at the NIRCA Cross Country National Championships in Richmond, Virginia. After a long drive down on Friday, both teams were looking for big races on a flat course. The team got off to a great start in the Junior/Senior/Grad class races, where multiple
NUPL competed in the Raw Collegiate Cup on Nov 9, 2019. The event had sixty seven lifters; all of which were college students. We saw representatives from Umass Boston, Umass Amherst, Dartmouth College, and University of Rhode Island; even representatives from ivy league colleges such as Harvard and Brown. As a team, Northeastern Powerlifting took
By Elizabeth Klemm Nationals. I was going to Nationals. I had talked about it for years and now it was finally here – almost. Just one more week and I would be driving nine hours across cornfields from suburban New Jersey to middle of nowhere Michigan for my first national championships, the 2018 US Collegiate Figure
On 11/2 and 11/3, Club TKD traveled to a tournament at Cornell University and impresses all. Their men’s Blackbelt A1 Sparring team progressed to finals for the first time ever, winning Silver after a close last matchup. Then, mixed Blackbelt A1 Poomsae team took home gold. The team won the title of Division II Overall Champions
One week later, the club sent their top 3 teams down to the University of Maryland to compete in the East Bay sectional. While the club did not perform as well overall in the individual tournament, the top Northeastern team was able to come out with the victory after a tough 3 game series with
The club started off the semester by attending the Northeast sectional at Worcester Polytechnic Institute. In the individual bracket, the top 3 Northeastern teams ended up finishing 1st, 2nd, and 4th. In the club bracket, the Huskies were able to take home their second first place finish on the day to start the season off strong.