Led by second-year head coach Joe Jones, the Boston University menís basketball team enters the 2012-13 season seeking its third postseason berth in the last four years. The Terriers return three starters, including Preseason All-Conference honoree D.J. Irving who led the league last season in assists at 5.4 apg.
Led by ninth-year head coach Kelly Greenberg, the Boston University womenís basketball team returns 10 letterwinners, including three starters from last yearís 23-9 squad that advanced to the first round of the WNIT. The Terriers will host a combined six non-conference opponents in November and December.
Led by senior captain Wade Megan, the Boston University menís ice hockey team will play 18 contests at home this season, starting off with an exhibition game against the University of Toronto on Sunday, Oct. 7. Click here to purchase season tickets.
This past summer, Boston University formally accepted an invitation to move 20 of its 25 teams to the Patriot League on July 1, 2013 for the 2013-14 season. Formed as an all-sport conference in 1990-91, the league features American, Army, Bucknell, Colgate, Holy Cross, Lafayette, Lehigh 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 taken from the Boston University Student-Athlete Awards Reception on April 17, 2012. Credit: Steve McLaughlin
AS A SENIOR IN 2012-13
Named a Second Team All-American in the high jump ... Competed in the high jump at the NCAA Championships ... Named USATF-NE Athlete of the Month for February ... Had a season-best mark of 1.84m in the high jump portion of the pentathlon at the New England Championships ... Set meet record in pentathlon with score of 3976 points at New England Championships ...Tied for fourth in the high jump with a leap of 1.78m at the New Balance Indoor Grand Prix on Feb. 2 ... Named America East Field Performer of the Week for two consecutive weeks (Jan. 22 and 29) ... Tied for first in the high jump (1.80m) at the Terrier Invitational Tournament on Jan. 25 ... Won the pentathlon with 3,835 points which included first-place performances in the 60m hurdles and high jump at the Harvard Multi-Meet on Jan. 18.
AS A JUNIOR IN 2011-12
During the outdoor season, was named the Northeast Region Women's Field Athlete of the Year by the USTFCCCA ... Placed 11th in the high jump at the U.S. Olympic Trials ... Finished tied for ninth in the high jump at the NCAA Championships with a mark of 1.83m ... Was named a USTFCCCA Second Team All-American ... Qualified for the U.S. Olympic Trials in the high jump with a height of 1.87m, which was also good for first place at the ECAC Championships and was the second-best mark in the NCAA at the time ... Named Most Outstanding Field Performer at the America East Championships after she shattered her own heptathlon record (5276) and also won the high jump (1.70m) ... During the indoor season, was named a USTFCCCA First Team All-American in the high jump after finishing fifth at the NCAA Championships with a mark of 1.81m ... Won the Coaches' Award at the America East Championships as the female competitor who accumulated the most points ... Set conference record in high jump (1.82m) at America East Championships.
AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2010-11
America East individual indoor champion in both the high jump (1.78m) and the pentathlon for the second straight year with 3,813 points ... Set conference records in both events ... Finished first in the high jump at the ECACs ... During the outdoor season, named the Most Outstanding Field Performer at the America East Championships after setting AE records in the high jump (1.78m) and the heptathlon (4,956 points) ... Participated in the high jump at the NCAA Championships.
AS A FRESHMAN IN 2009-10
America East individual indoor champion in pentathlon ... Placed second in high jump and fifth in long jump ... Garnered the championships' Coaches' Award, given to the student-athlete who earns the most points at the meet ... Named BU's Rookie of the Year ... In the outdoor season, won the AE individual championship in the heptathlon, setting a championship record with 5,104 points ... Also placed third in the high jump and garnered the meet's Most Outstanding Rookie award ... Recorded a 14th-place finish in the high jump at the NCAA East Regional.
BEFORE BOSTON UNIVERSITY
Named 2009 Athlete of the Year at Amity Regional ... Named a 2009 NSIC indoor pentathlon All-American ... In indoor, won the state high jump all four years ... Won the New England high jump in 2009 .. In outdoor, was the 2009 New England high jump champion and state heptathlon champion ... Upon graduation, held six high school records ... Garnered Connecticut Post All-Star recognition and New Haven Register All-Area honors.
Daughter of Mark and Cindi Barwise ... Has one sister, Kim, and a brother, Tyler ... Enrolled in the University's College of General Studies ... Born July 21, 1991, in Milford, Conn.