NU to NFL: Matt Lengel

Every kid has a dream of pitching in the World Series, or being the next Steph Curry, or catching a touchdown pass from Tom Brady, but for most it remains as just that – a dream. For Matt Lengel, his dream from his days as a second grader in rural Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania became a reality,…

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Kayla Cappuzzo: Leader of the Pack

“When someone throws something my way and tells me I can’t do it, I am that person that will do everything to prove to them that I can,” Cappuzzo said.

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Gold Coyne: NU Alumna Brings Home Gold

“A gold medal game at the Olympic games, you’re competing for the highest honor in our sport,” Coyne said. “I also think the way that the game has grown over the years, people are starting to want to watch women’s hockey. They’re recognizing women’s hockey is a phenomenal sport.”

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13 Years in the Making

“When Coach Madigan called me up, it changed everything,“ Jordan said. “Before that, I didn’t really care about hockey anymore. Once he called me up it all changed, something in me changed – a spark.” 

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Howlin’ Huskies in the Mountains

What do you do if you are missing a little bit? How do you get over the hump? Athletes all over the world look for that thin competitive edge; I’d be lying if I said we didn’t do the same. That explains why we were in North Conway, New Hampshire with a former U.S. Army Ranger doing burpees in the middle of a frozen lake.

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A Boy, His Dog and His Favorite Baseball Team

Huskies and golden retrievers may not always get along, especially in the world of collegiate athletics. But when it comes to helping out a teammate, the Northeastern Huskies baseball team was more than willing to welcome a different breed aboard.

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