Led by head coach Neil Roberts, the Boston University menís soccer team return 18 letter winners for its inaugural season in the Patriot League. 2012 America East All-Conference honoree Anthony Ciccone and 2011 America East Defender of the Year Kelvin Madzongwe will serve as team co-captains. The Terriersí schedule includes five 2012 NCAA tournament participants this season.
Led by head coach Nancy Feldman, the Boston University womenís soccer team returns 10 starters, including 2013 Patriot League preseason Offensive Player of the Year Madison Clemens, from last yearís 12-6-1 squad that captured its sixth straight America East regular-season title. The Terriers have a 19-game schedule, highlighted by four contests against 2012 NCAA tournament participants.
Led by head coach Sally Starr, the Boston University field hockey team will host 11 of its 18 matches this season at New Balance Field and will open the new state-of-the-art facility against Ohio University on Saturday, Aug. 31. This season marks the first time the Terriers will have an AstroTurf field of their own after playing at other local universities for the past 11 years.
On July 1, Boston University officially moved 20 of its 25 teams to the Patriot League. Formed as an all-sport conference in 1990-91, the league features American, Army, Bucknell, Colgate, Holy Cross, Lafayette, Lehigh, Loyola Maryland and Navy .
Located within Boston University's impressive $225-million John Hancock Student Village, Agganis Arena is a state-of-the-art, multipurpose sports and entertainment center. A 290,000-square foot premier venue, it serves as home for the hockey and basketball teams and also for many other events, including past concerts by Carrie Underwood and Kings of Leon.
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Scored all eight of his points in the second half in 71-67 win over Indiana in Puerto Rico (11/20) ... Made the game-tying jumper against Northeastern with 23 seconds remaining in regulation that sent the game to overtime (11/25) ... Missed the Dec. 2 game at Connecticut due to inflammation in his right foot ... Tallied 27 points in 88-72 win at Marist, while tying a career high in made 3-pointers with seven (12/12) ... Tied a career high in assists with nine in 86-77 win over Mount St. Mary's (12/22) ... Led Terriers with 17 points at Dayton (12/29) ... Scored over 20 points each game of four-game winning streak from Jan. 7-14, his longest career streak of 20+ points ... Posted career highs in made free throws (11) and free throw attempts (14) in 84-70 win at Hartford (1/9) ... Earned America East Player of the Week award after scoring 28 points against New Hampshire (1/7)and 31 at Hartford (1/9).
AS A JUNIOR IN 2008-09
Received all-America East first-team honors for the first time ... Second on team and 4th in the AE in scoring (17.2 ppg) ... First on team and fourth in AE for assists (4.1 apg) ... Averaged 4.9 apg in conference play ... 10th all-time in BU history with 1,334 career points ... Broke the 1,000-pt. barrier against Notre Dame with a 3-pointer ... Broke the previous school record for career made 3-pointers of 202 at Maine ... Now has 238 ... Was named AE player of the week on Jan. 26 ... Scored 21 of 33 points in the four overtime periods against Stony Brook ... Recorded a career-high 36 points against Marshall ... Scored 23 of 27 points during the 1st half at Northeastern ... Made coast-to-coast basket against George Washington after grabbing defensive rebound to send game to overtime with 2.1 seconds remaining.
AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2007-08
Named to the America East All-Conference Second Team ... Led the team in scoring for the second year in a row with a 18.1 ppg average ... Missed time with a knee injury ... Knocked down a career-best 92 3-point field goals to take over the top spot on the BU season 3-pointer made list ... Led the team in scoring 16 times ... Ranked second in the conference in overall scoring ... Scored in double figures 11 of last 12 games ... Recorded first career double-double with 23 points and 10 rebounds against Harvard on (12/4) ... Ranked first in the conference in 3-point field goals made ... Twice named America East Player of the Week ... Poured in a career-high 35 points in a win over Yale (12/11) ... Scored over 20 points in 12 games ... Twice scored over 30 points in a game, UNH (1/9) and Yale ... Ranked seventh in the America East in assists per game ... Led the team with 86 assists ... Scored 20 or more points in consecutive games three different times - the most in the league ... Finished the season ranked 12th in the country in 3-pointers made.
AS A FRESHMAN IN 2006-07
Earned a spot on the America East All-Rookie Team ... Three-time America East Rookie of the Week ... Started all 26 games played ... Missed four games due to a foot injury ... Led the Terriers with 14.1 points per game - 16.4 ppg in conference play ... Also added 3.8 rebounds per game and 2.6 assists per game ... In conference action, his numbers were 4.8 rebounds and 2.8 assists per game ... Stood seventh in the America East in scoring and third in the league in 3-point field goals made (2.35 per game) ... Scored in double figures 19 times, including five 20-plus-point efforts ... His 14.1 points per game rank him third all-time among BU freshmen ... His 61 3-pointers are the third-best in BU history among freshmen and rank him sixth on the program's single-season 3-pointers made list ... Scored a career-high 28 points at Manhattan (11/25) on 9-for-20 shooting, including seven 3-pointers which tied the then-school record for made threes in a game ... Scored 24 points against Holy Cross (1/3) and 23 points at Hartford (1/6) in back-to-back games ... Went 7-for-12 for 18 points at Vermont (2/5) ... Tallied 22 points and five rebounds against UVM at home on 2/22 ... Posted five assists twice in three games to end the season ... America East tournament ... Scored 10 points and had three rebounds in the quarterfinal win over Binghamton (3/3) ... Recorded seven points, five assists, and two rebounds in the semifinal loss to Albany (3/4).
BEFORE BOSTON UNIVERSITY
Helped Newton North won consecutive Division I Massachusetts state championships in 2005 and 2006 ... Averaged 19 ppg and 10 apg as a senior and 18 ppg and six assists as a junior ... Three-time Baystate Conference All-Star ... Member of Boston Globe and Boston Herald All-Scholastic teams ... Selected to Boston Globe "Super Team" and Boston Herald "Dream Team" ... Named Carey Division MVP as a senior ... Also was a two-year starter in football at wide receiver ... Football team made it to the Division IA Massachusetts state championship.
Born March 3, 1988 ... Son of Darryl Lowe and Adrienne Gordon ... Has a brother, Tory (28) and a sister, Monet (16) ... Enrolled in the School of Hospitality Administration.