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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Photos from the Terriers' 5-2 victory over Massachusetts on Oct. 26, 2012. Over 75 former Terriers attended the game.
AS A SENIOR IN 2013-14 Named as team co-captain ... Scored the Terriers first goal of the season in a 3-1 victory over UMass (Oct. 11) ... Registered two assists in the Terriers 3-2 victory against Holy Cross (Oct. 12) ... Scored a goal and added two assists in a 7-3 win over Wisconsin (Oct. 19) ... Recorded a pair of assists in a 3-1 victory over No. 14/15 North Dakota (Nov. 22) ... Scored a power play goal in a 3-3 tie against No. 14/15 North Dakota (Nov. 23).
AS A JUNIOR IN 2012-13 Named to All-CHN Preseason First Team ... Named an assistant captain on Dec. 14 ... Scored a goal in a 4-2 victory against Providence in the season opener ... Recorded two assists in a victory at UMass ... Picked up a pair of assists in a 6-2 win at Vermont ... Scored a goal in a 4-2 win against No. 1 Boston College ... Had a 4-game point streak (1g, 4a) from Jan. 4-18 ... Picked up an assist in a 5-4 overtime victory at Maine ... Scored the game-winning goal in the Hockey East semifinal against No. 4 Boston College ... Named a Hockey East Top Performer twice (11/16, 12/10).
AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2011-12 Played in 38 games ... Tied for second on the team in goals with 16 ... Goal total was tied for first nationally among defensemen ... Finished seventh on the squad in points with 27 (16g, 11a) ... Named a Hockey East Second Team All-Star ... Collected a point in six of the final eight games of the season ... Scored two goals and added an assist in series-clinching win against New Hampshire on March 11 ... Scored two goals at Northeastern on March 3 and had a two-assist game against NU the previous night ... Scored two goals in Beanpot title game on Feb. 13 ... Had two points (1g, 1a) in back-to-back games against Providence on Jan. 20-21 ... Scored once in the Terriers 5-3 victory over Boston College on Dec. 2 ... Tallied an assist in a 2-1 overtime win on Nov. 26 at Red Hockey Hockey against Cornell ... Scored once in a 4-3 Terriers victory over Vermont on Nov. 18 ... Found the back of the net in a 3-2 overtime loss to Merrimack on Nov. 11 ... Notched a goal on Oct. 29 in a 5-4 win over Massachusetts ... Scored his first of the season on Oct. 14 at Providence ... Named runner-up for Hockey East Player of the Month in March ... Four-time Hockey East Top Performer (1/23, 2/20, 3/5, 3/12).
AS A FRESHMAN IN 2010-11 Played in 38 contests ... Recorded 15 points on four goals and 11 assists ... Half of his goals were game-winners ... Posted team-high 89 penalty minutes ... Scored first collegiate goal against Boston College on Jan. 21 ... Posted a goal and an assist in Beanpot consolation game against Harvard on Feb. 14 ... Scored overtime winner at Massachusetts on Feb. 11 ... Also added game-winner in 3-1 triumph over UMass Lowell on Feb. 4 ... Earned first collegiate point with assist on goal by Joe Pereira in 5-4 victory over No. 17 Notre Dame in the title game of the Ice Breaker Tournament on Oct. 10 ... Tallied two assists in 4-4 tie with Brown on Nov. 27 ... Named Hockey East Top Performer on Nov. 29 and Feb. 14.
BEFORE BOSTON UNIVERSITY Tallied 27 points (6g, 21a) with the Vernon Vipers of the BCHL in 2009-10 to help them capture their second consecutive RBC Cup title ... Former standout and co-captain at Catholic Memorial High School, where he posted 34 points (12g, 22a) in 30 contests during the 2008-09 season ... Was named the co-MVP of the Catholic Conference in 2009 after helping Catholic Memorial win the Massachusetts Super 8 Championship ... 2009 Boston Globe All-Scholastic honoree.
PERSONAL Born Jan. 28, 1991 ... Son of Mary and Joe Noonan ... Drafted by the Nashville Predators in the fourth round (112th overall) in the 2011 National Hockey League Entry Draft ... Enrolled in the Metropolitan College, majoring in history.