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  Boston University - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Boston University Bridge over the Charles River into Cambridge represents the dividing line between East Campus, where most schools and classroom buildings are concentrated, and West Campus, home to several athletic facilities and playing fields, the large West Campus dorm, and the new John Hancock Student Village complex.
Boston University Athletics teams compete in the America East, Hockey East, and Colonial Athletic Association conferences, and their mascot is Rhett the Boston Terrier.
Boston University recently constructed the new Agganis Arena, which opened on January 3, 2005 with a men's hockey game between the Terriers and the University of Minnesota Golden Gophers.
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 Boston University - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
Boston University includes the Colleges of Fine Arts, the College Arts and Sciences, the College of Communication, College of Engineering, College of General Studies, and Health and Rehabilitation; Schools of Education, Dentistry, Hospitality Administration, Law, Medicine, Management, Music, Public Health, Social Work, Theatre Arts, and Visual Arts; as well as the University Professors program.
The Boston University Bridge over the Charles River into Cambridge represents the dividing line between East Campus, where most schools and classroom buildings are concentrated, and West Campus, home to several athletic facilities and playing fields, the large West Campus dorm, and the new complex.
Boston University's Terriers compete in basketball, cross country, golf, ice hockey, rowing, soccer, swimming, tennis, track, and wrestling, while the Lady Terriers compete in basketball, cross country, field hockey, golf, lacrosse, rowing, soccer, swimming, tennis, and track.
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 Boston University   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
The university, with over 2,000 faculty and nearly 30,000 students, operates on two urban campuses, one on the Charles River in Boston's Back Bay and the other (the Medical Center campus) in Boston's South End neighborhood.
Boston University's Terriers compete in basketball, cross country, golf, ice hockey, rowing, soccer, swimming, tennis and wrestling, while the Lady Terriers compete in basketball, cross country, field hockey, golf, lacrosse, rowing, soccer, swimming, tennis, and track.
The school's athletic teams compete in the America East, Hockey East, and Colonial Athletic Association conferences, and their mascot is Rhett the Dog.
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 Boston University | Athletics & Recreation
Boston University offers 23 NCAA Division I varsity sports, 12 for women and 11 for men, and is a member of America East, Hockey East, the Colonial Athletic Association, and the Eastern College Athletic Conference.
Agganis Arena at Boston University is a state-of-the-art, multipurpose Arena with 6,300 seats for Terriers hockey and ice shows and is expandable to over 7,200 seats for concerts, sporting events, and family shows.
Agganis Arena is located within Boston University’s new $225 million John Hancock Student Village – a 10-acre hub of activity designed to be the thriving center of student life and athletics.
www.bu.edu /sports   (202 words)

 Harvard University - Encyclopedia.WorldSearch   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
Harvard is one of the world's most prestigious universities and has the largest endowment of any academic institution in the world ($22.6 billion as of 2004, nearly double that of Yale University, the institution with the second-largest endowment).
Known throughout the Boston metropolitan area for its top-notch classical, jazz, underground rock and blues programming, WHRB is also home of the notorious radio "Orgy" format, where the entire catalog of a certain band, record, or artist is played in sequence.
A third major research university, Boston University, is located between Harvard and MIT on the Boston side of the Charles River.
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 Nancy Lyons Named Senior Assistant Director of Athletics at Boston University :: Lyons spent eight years working with ...
Lyons is familiar with the Boston University athletic department having worked in the department from 1984-1993.
Finally, in November 1996, she was named the associate director of athletics for intercollegiate services/senior woman administrator at Northwestern.
While in Evanston, she was in charge of compliance, while she also served as the liaison for the Department of Athletics with the University's admissions, financial aid and registrar's offices.
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 Massachusetts Institute of Technology   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
This pattern differs from that of many U. universities; the course which many universities would designate as "Physics 101" is, at MIT, "8.01." All students are required to take two terms of physics (8.01 and 8.02), a term each of biology and chemistry, as well as two terms of calculus (18.01 and 18.02).
In addition, it does not award athletic scholarships, ad eundem degrees, or Latin honors upon graduation — the philosophy is that the honor is in being an MIT graduate.
MIT maintains an undergraduate exchange program with the University of Cambridge in England, and a partnership known as the Cambridge-MIT Institute, which was established to bring the entrepreneurial spirit of MIT to Britain and to increase knowledge exchange between universities and industry.
www.worldhistory.com /wiki/M/Massachusetts-Institute-of-Technology.htm   (5151 words)

 CampusChamps.com - Boston University Athletics
Boston University began as a Methodist seminary in 1839 in Vermont.
Boston University offers major and minor concentrations in more than 250 academic and preprofessional fields of study.
The athletic teams at Boston University compete in the NCAA Division I America East, Hockey East and the Colonial Athletic Association.
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 Binghamton University Athletics
In addition to his attention to athletics, the health and physical education program has also continued to evolve, continually seeking new and innovative curriculum offerings, and finding a place in the University’s General Education requirement.
The Binghamton University Athletic Club and the Athletic Hall of Fame were founded during Thirer’s administration, and he initiated the first Colonial Open Golf Tournament (later the BUAC Golf Tournament) during spring 1990.
However, the attachment to intercollegiate athletics always remained, and Thirer found himself volunteering his time at both SIU and ISU, assisting in a variety of athletic events.
athletics.binghamton.edu /dirwelcome/dirwel.html   (551 words)

 News - The Daily Free Press   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
With nearly 30,000 students, thousands of faculty and staff and university programs that stretch from the neighboring city of Chelsea to Allston-Brighton and Boston’s South End, keeping track of the big names and places at Boston University can be a daunting task....
The Terrier athletic teams of 2000-01 kicked off the year with a bang this fall, taking America East conference titles in four of the five sports in which BU competed.
For that matter, Boston has subs, not heroes or hoagies; a disproportionate Irish-American population; and a baseball team that hasn’t won a championship since Woodrow Wilson was president....
www.dailyfreepress.com /news/2001/09/02/News   (938 words)

 Bluffton University Athletics - Athletics Director
He also carries duties as the head athletic trainer and formerly served as the associate athletics director before taking his current post.
A native of Boston, Pa., he was inducted into the Elizabeth Township Sports Hall of Fame in 1995 for his work in sports medicine.
As athletics director, Talavinia is responsible for all 16 varsity sports at Bluffton along with his medical duties.
www.bluffton.edu /sports/athleticsdirector   (217 words)

 Post University: Athletics   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
With the addition of new head coach, Craig Schroeder, the university is committed to building an exceptional running program geared to attracting serious runners who are interested in maximizing their abilities while obtaining a quality education.
The university allows for personal development in the classroom through a diversified choice of educational majors.
Schroeder was a standout runner and captain both at Newington High School and Ohio Northern University.
www.post.edu /athletics/men/crosscountry   (452 words)

 Boston University | Terrier Athletics
The Terriers scored a late goal to even the match and were able to withstand two Big Green scoring chances in over time as the Boston University women’s soccer team tied Dartmouth College 1-1 Wednesday afternoon at Nickerson Field.
The game was played in the chilliest conditions of the season, with frequent gusts of wind, temperatures in the high 40’s and intermittent rain.
Senior forward Sedric Chin (St. Mary, Jamaica) scored two goals and assisted on another, as the Boston University men’s soccer team exploded for three second-half goals to pull away from Harvard 3-0 Tuesday night at Nickerson Field.
www.bu.edu /athletics   (284 words)

 University of Massachusetts - Boston: Athletics
University of Massachusetts Boston men’s soccer player Paul Maniscalco (Boston, MA) has been named Little East Conference Men’s Soccer Defensive Player of the Week for his play during the week of October 3-9, it was announced today...
It was the second race this year that Shapiro has finished first in and the fourth that she has captured a top-five finish...
BOSTON, MA Sophomore outside hitter Denise Hill (Toa Baja, PR) smashed 17 kills and served up an ace to lead the University of Massachusetts Boston volleyball team over University of Southern Maine tonight, 23-30, 30-24, 30-27, 26-30, 15-6, in a Little East Conference match at the Clark Athletic Center on the campus of UMass Boston.
www.athletics.umb.edu   (403 words)

Athletics has been an integral part of the life of the Brandeis University community since the department was founded in 1951.
The Judges' conference opponents include the University of Rochester, New York University, Emory University (Atlanta), Carnegie Mellon University (Pittsburgh), Case Western Reserve University (Cleveland), the University of Chicago and Washington University (St. Louis), giving Brandeis athletes a chance to see some of the most exciting cities in the country on a regular basis.
The centerpiece of Brandeis athletics is the Joseph P. and Clara Ford Athletic and Recreation Complex, one of the largest and best-equipped, multipurpose, indoor athletic facilities in the Northeast.
my.brandeis.edu /athletics   (518 words)

 Athletics   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
The rich tradition of athletics has long been the source of pride for the family and friends of Southern New Hampshire University.
Since the glory days of the Greater Boston Small College Conference, to the present status as a NCAA Division II power, the Penmen have maintained a level of excellence that is second to none.
Proof of this came in September of 2001 when the University was one of nine recipients of the inaugural
www.snhu.edu /athletics.html   (427 words)

 SU Athletics - Boston University 7, Syracuse 6
Syracuse University vs Boston University (Apr 20, 2003)
Lacrosse Box Score (Final) 2003 Syracuse Women's Lacrosse Syracuse University vs Boston University (Apr 20, 2003 at Boston, MA) Syracuse University (9-4) vs. Score by period 1 2 Tot Boston University (10-4) ------------------------------- Date: Apr 20, 2003 Attendance: Syracuse University.
Boston University SCORING: GOALS: Caroline Kelleher 3; Danica Strutt 1; Lindsay Lewis 1; Mary Beth Miller 1; Kylie Wagenet 1.
www.suathletics.com /Sports/Lacrosse/wLacrosse/2003/bU.asp   (993 words)

 Hall of Fame -- New York University Athletics
New York University alumnus, George G. King, has been selected for induction into the NYU Athletics Hall of Fame.
In his three years on the varsity, King captured five Met College titles and was a finalist at the 1956 Olympic trials in both the steeplechase and the 5000m.
The four athletes will be honored for their collegiate and lifetime accomplishments, along with their commitment to NYU Athletics.
www.nyu.edu /athletics/hof/king.html   (272 words)

 SU Athletics - Boston University Beats SU For Conlan Cup
BOSTON — The Orangemen crew team lost its first race of the 2003 spring season to Boston University Saturday.
The Terriers reclaimed the Conlan Cup from Syracuse by beating the varsity eight by half a second, 6:25.40 to SU’s 6:25.90.
SU’s JV eight defeated BU by a narrow margin, finishing the 2,000 meter course in 6:38.25 to Boston’s 6:39.75.
www.suathletics.com /news/Crew/2003/3/29/conlan.asp?printable=1&path=   (141 words)

 Suffolk University Athletics Department: Go Suffolk
Suffolk is a member of the Great Northeast Athletic Conference and the Eastern College Athletic Conference, giving teams two post-season tournaments to qualify for and extend their competitive season.
Despite the fact that Suffolk University’s cross country team’s past has been challenging, the team is heading in a positive direction for the 2005 season.
All prospective and returning Suffolk University athletes are required to complete medical, insurance and personal information forms before participating in tryouts and practice for the 2005-06 seaon.
www.suffolk.edu /athletics   (1126 words)

 Boston College Home Page
The Iceman Cometh: With the Boston Bruins set to take the ice for the first time since April 2004, the mission of Bruins EVP Charlie Jacobs '94 is to bring the fans back - and make Boston a hockey town again.
David Solomon, director of the Center for Ethics and Culture, University of Notre Dame, on Thursday, October 20, at 7:00 p.m., in Cushing 001.
The University Wind Ensemble inaugural performance, conducted by Sebastian Bonaiuto, featuring guest soloist, Ronald Barron, principal trombonist, the Boston Symphony Orchestra, on Friday, October 21, at 8:00 p.m., in Robsham Theater.
www.bc.edu   (982 words)

 TSUTigers.com :: Official Tennessee State University Athletics Site
The meet is named in honor of former TSU and United States track standouts John Moon and Ralph Boston.
“Ralph Boston and John Moon are certainly two of the many greats in the TSU men's track tradition,” said TSU men's coach Kelly Carter.
Boston was a member of three USA Olympic teams and was recognized as the world record holder in the long jump from 1960-68.
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 Boston College Athletics on Almondnet   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
Operates traditional and 90-minutes high-speed ferry services between Boston and Provincetown, as well as summer music cruises on the Boston Harbor.
Boston The capital and largest city of Massachusetts, in the eastern part of the state on Boston Bay, an arm of Massachusetts Bay.
The Go Boston Card gives visitors free admission to 25 attractions, over $700 in value and savings at shops and restaurants.
www.portable-spas.co.uk /spa/boston_college_athletics.html   (368 words)

 Sports - The Daily Free Press   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
Tomorrow’s match at Nickerson Field against No. 20 Hofstra University is the beginning of do-or-die time for the Boston University women’s lacrosse team.
To say that Boston University athletics — specifically hockey —; have been a colossal part of Corbett’s life could be viewed as the No....
The Boston University men’s lacrosse team didn’t need their would-be ninth goal, which slipped inside the net between the net’s fringe and the right post past the referee’s eyes.
www.dailyfreepress.com /news/2000/07/16/Sports   (281 words)

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