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BOSTON UNIVERSITY TERRIERS

SOCCER NEWS NET SALUTE
BU's Dominique Badji is Men's Player of the Week
Boston University senior Dominique Badji is the Soccer News Net Menís College Player of the Week for the Week ending September 21.
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BOSTON UNIVERSITY TERRIERS RECENT NEWS

BU HONORS COACH WITH WIN
Topples Navy as Thomson stars in goal

BOSTON - After honoring 30th-season head coach Neil Roberts with a special pregame ceremony, the Boston University men's soccer team used two second-half goals and nine saves from senior Nick Thomson to defeat the defending Patriot League champion Navy, 2-1, on Saturday night at Nickerson Field.

BU RALLIES FOR TIE
Fall behind early, but manage comeback

BOSTON ó Boston University's women battled back to tie Army 1-1 on Saturday afternoon at Nickerson Field.

SOCCER NEWS NET SALUTE
BU's Dominique Badji is Men's Player of the Week

Boston University senior Dominique Badji is the Soccer News Net Menís College Player of the Week for the Week ending September 21.

MEN'S COLLEGE PLAYER OF THE WEEK
BU's Dominique Badji

Boston University senior Dominique Badji is the New England Soccer News Men's College Player of the Week for the Week ending September 21.

NOT A BADJI WEEK
BU senior nets 2 more goals, but Terriers settle for tie

BOSTON - Senior Dominique Badji capped a stellar week with a pair of goals to help Boston University post a 2-2 draw against Princeton on Saturday afternoon at Nickerson Field.

BU TOPS NORTHEASTERN, 2-1
Terriers win battle of Boston dogs

BROOKLINE, Mass. - In a physical, up-tempo contest featuring six yellow cards, senior Dominique Badji scored a goal and assisted on the game-winner to help Boston Universitym claim a hard-fought 2-1 victory at Northeastern

HUSKIES TOO MUCH FOR TERRIERS
Northeastrn blanks BU

BOSTON - Northeasternís late efforts were enough to defeat Boston University 1-0 on Sunday afternoon at Nickerson Field.

3 WINS = 3 SHUTOUTS
BU is 3-0 when it scores, 0-2 when it doesn't

BOSTON - Earning its third shutout of the season, Boston University used goals by senior Jordan Barker and sophomore David Asbjornsson to claim a 2-0 victory over in-state rival UMass

Boston University Terriers News Archive
MEN
WOMEN
Stadium: Nickerson Field (10,412)
Team Colors: Scarlet and White
Men's Head Coach:

Neil Roberts

Women's Head Coach:

Nancy Feldman

Conference: America East
Team Web Site: www.goterriers.com
 
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