Legacy on Huntington

Living in Massachusetts, it’s almost impossible to grow up without at least trying a pair of skates on. It’s a way of life for so many growing up in the area, one that almost always finds a way to be passed down from generation to generation. Visit any rink, pond or flooded cranberry bog in…

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Junkyard Dog

The fast-paced and cutthroat nature of New York City breeds some of the grittiest, hard-nosed men and women the sports world has to offer. Swagger, confidence, edge. As Northeastern men’s hockey coach Jim Madigan describes it, a “junkyard dog mentality.” Beyond the stars blessed…

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Inside the Clincher

by Becca Gaddy The women’s hockey team continued to make history since winning the Hockey East Championship for the first time ever last season. The team went 27-6-5 this season as they clinched the Hockey East regular season title – and second consecutive conference championship. This season…

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Floormates

There’s a natural chemistry on the court between Jess Genco and Gabby Giacone. It’s a chemistry that translates over to the box scores: Genco, a two-time All-CAA First Team selection, finished as this season’s team leader in points (559), field goal percentage (.418) and free throw percentage (.913)…

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Enter May

by Matt Levin Katie May set the bar high in her inaugural season for Northeastern women’s basketball. The freshman guard from Rydal, Pennsylvania, started 28 out of the 29 games she played in this season, averaging 4.6 points and 3.2 rebounds. Her stability within the rotation helped the Huskies reach the 20…

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Talent and Chemistry

by Jacob Horowitz Hockey may be Northeastern’s most well-decorated sport, and that success does not end with the men’s team. The women are back-to-back conference champions, were ranked third in the nation for most of this season and fresh off of another NCAA quarterfinals appearance.

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Out of the Darkness

by Noah Abrams My family members filed into the house, one after another, greeting each other with hugs and smiles. The house was loud, filled with laughter and conversation between cousins catching up, grandparents checking in and siblings making fun of each other. My family gathered around the…

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Second Last Chance

by Eve Goulet I remember when I was four years old, I could not believe I was being forced by my own mother to run around a muddy field with a bunch of grimy children I did not know. I thank God my mother was cruel enough to physically toss me out of the car while I was hysterically crying…

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My Purpose

by Brittany Bugalski If I could give freshman year Brittany one piece of advice, it would be to stop and appreciate more – embrace the people, the highlights, the failures and the day-to-day moments that you will never get back because this is what will shape you into the person you are now.  I was…

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Coming Full Circle

by Shelly Morris I am an NCAA Division I head coach who is lucky enough to coach at my alma mater. It is an opportunity that is only afforded to a few. A true full circle of life, that my naïve 18-year-old self would have never seen coming. I grew up in western Massachusetts, playing street hockey with my brother, who to this day…

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A Marked Man

Sean Mellen is made up of moments. For a 20 year old kid from Norwood, 25 miles southwest of Boston, he has quite a few that stick out already – an NCAA tournament run, a high school state title, being named a second-team All-American and first-team All-CAA last season and a 2019 preseason All-American. But there are some moments…

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