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Men's Basketball | Women's Basketball | Men's Crew | Men's Cross Country & Track | Women's Cross Country & Track
Field Hockey | Women's Golf | Men's Ice Hockey | Women's Ice Hockey | Women's Lacrosse | Women's Rowing | Men's Soccer
Women's Soccer | Softball | Men's Swimming & Diving | Women's Swimming & Diving | Men's Tennis | Women's Tennis | Wrestling
IN 2010-11...
  • Captured sixth consecutive America East Conference Commissioner's Cup and earned the league honor for a record 11th time overall

  • Student-athletes posted a 3.02 cumulative GPA

  • Led the America East with eight teams accomplishing perfect Academic Progress Rates (APR) of 1,000

  • Eight BU student-athletes received Scarlet Keys, the top honor given to Boston University undergraduates

  • Student-athletes donated over 4,000 hours of community service to assist underprivileged individuals through several non-profit organizations

  • Four teams (men's basketball, men's cross country, women's soccer, women's tennis) captured America East conference titles

  • Four teams (men's basketball, women's ice hockey, women's soccer, women's tennis) and 10 individuals qualified for NCAA postseason competition

  • Four teams (women's ice hockey, men's soccer, women's soccer, softball) secured regular-season titles in their respective conferences

  • Ten student-athletes earned All-America honors in their respective sports

  • Women's ice hockey, in only its sixth season as a varsity team, became the first-ever Hockey East program to reach the NCAA Women's Frozen Four championship game

  • Women's soccer held opponents scoreless for over 1,350 minutes to secure the second-longest shutout streak in NCAA history

  • Junior Katie Matthews was named to the All-America First Team in both indoor (5,000m) and outdoor (10,000m) track & field, while Rich Peters was a second-team All-American in the indoor mile

  • Men's crew was ranked as high as No. 4 in the nation following regatta wins over Brown, Syracuse and Dartmouth

  • Men's cross country captured its first America East title in 10 years, while the men's tennis and wrestling teams enjoyed their best seasons in recent memory

  • Sophomore Melinda Matyas finished 17th overall in the high dive at the NCAA Championships, marking BU's highest finish ever in the competition

  • Five sports earned AE Coaching Staff of the Year honors (men's cross country, women's soccer, men's soccer, softball, men's tennis)

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