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BC swimmers and divers drop their lawsuit over suspension for alleged hazing

The college announced the indefinite suspension of the 67-member program in September and its investigation is continuing.


Harvard’s Tim Murphy grew up with Dartmouth’s Buddy Teevens. Now, he continues on without him.

“I looked to him as a brother, and it was mutual,” said Murphy, who grew up with Teevens in Pembroke. “I probably ate more meals at their house than I did at my own.”

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Fueled by the memory of his late brother, Thomas Castellanos has blossomed into a star for BC

His brother taught him to dream big, and now Castellanos is the catalyst of an Eagles team playing its best football since the start of the 2021 season.

Men's college hockey notebook

As a junior, Justin Hryckowian has grown into the job as Northeastern men’s hockey captain

Hryckowian eschewed NHL offers as a sophomore to continue his development on Huntington Avenue.


Max Scherzer has cut on thumb but expects to able to pitch for Rangers in World Series

Scherzer said he pitched with the cut on his right thumb in Games 3 and 7 of the AL Championship Series against the Astros.

women's college hockey notebook

In women’s college hockey, the recruiting process has seen big changes in recent years

The extra year of eligibility after COVID, the transfer portal, and the use of video are among the game-changing factors.

sports business

High markups on secondary market are pricing out some fans for Army-Navy game in Foxborough

Resale prices are soaring into the thousands of dollars for tickets with face values that top out at $215.

BC details hazing allegations against swimmers and divers in court hearing

A number of freshmen vomited into plastic bags they were instructed to wear around their necks while binge-drinking, the university alleges.