Category: Athletics

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Coach Chambers heading to Penn State

BU Today reported that Men’s basketball coach Pat Chambers is leaving the University and has accepted the position of head coach at Penn State.  Coach Chambers is credited with taking the Terriers to the NCAA tournament this year and having a 42-28 record during his tenure.  Chambers came to BU from Villanova, where he was […]

FitRec open house today – free and open to the public

Synchronized Swimming, the ultimate team sport

The decade old Synchronized Swimming Team here at BU practices six hours in the FitRec Pool and three hours on dry land per week and yet competes against Division I Varsity Level Programs from schools around the country. You can see team members in action at their end-of-season show on Tuesday, April 5, at 8:30 […]

Men’s basketball enters NCAA tourney tomorrow night

Second-year Men’s Basketball Head Coach Patrick Chambers, just the second coach in the BU record book to earn at least 21 wins in back-to-back seasons, and the Terriers are making the program’s 7th trip to the NCAA tournament tomorrow night against 1st seeded Kansas.  Tip-off will be at 6:50 PM and the game will be […]

Youth Sport Coach Development Roundtable

Today  from 9am- 12pm SED’s The Institute for Athletic Coach Education (IACE) is hosting a Youth Sport Coach Development Round table Discussion  to discuss the challenges that exist in developing high quality coaches. Top researchers, youth development experts, and coach trainers will lead discussions and help participants think through possible solutions, and will create a […]

Men’s basketball takes center stage at Madison Square Garden

On what many fans call the biggest stage in college sports, the Boston University men’s basketball team will square off against the Albany Great Danes tonight at Madison Square Garden.  With tip-off set for 9:30 p.m, the Terriers (12-13, 7-4 AE) will be competing in the first-ever America East match-up at MSG.