BSU Sports Games September 27th- October 12th

  • Football- on a 4 game winning streak, stands at 4-0 in the MASCAC Conference and 4-2 overall. Tied for 1st in the MASCAC Conference with Framingham State.  
    • October 2nd: at. Fitchburg State W 42-0 
    • October 9th: at. Worcester State 49-13 
    • Next two games: October 23rd against Westfield State at home, Homecoming Game, 30th against UMASS Dartmouth, then the last two regular season games will be on the road.  
  • Volleyball- 6-6 overall record with a 3-1 in MASCAC Play,  tied for 2nd place with Framingham and Westfield State.
    • September 27th: vs. Dean College W 3-0 
    • September 29th: vs. Worcester State L 3-1 
    • October 2nd: at University of New England L 3-0 
    • October 5th: at Regis L 3-0 
    • October 7th: at. Lasell L 3-0 
    • October 9th: at. Nichols College W 3-2 
    • October 12th: vs Mass. Maritime W 3-0 
    • Next two games: A Breast Cancer Awareness tri-match at Westfield State, where the Bears will face Westfield and Elms University on Saturday October 16th 
  • Field Hockey- 4-8 overall record, and 2-5 in LEC Conference play, they are 10th in the Conference.
    • September 28th: at. Fitchburg State W 3-0 
    • September 30th: vs. Anna Maria L 1-0 
    • October 2nd: at Keene State L 9-0 
    • October 6th: vs. Framingham State W 2-1 OT 
    • October 9th: vs. Salem State L 3-1 
    • October 12th: at. Eastern Connecticut State L 3-1 
    • Next two games: Saturday, October 16th at Western Connecticut State, then a three-game homestand will start against UMASS Dartmouth on October 20th 
  • Men’s Soccer- 4-8 overall record with a 2-2 record in the MASCAC Conference, tied with four other teams for third place in the conference, MCLA currently has the edge over the Bears due to them being 4-6-1 on the season.  
    • September 28th: at Roger Williams L 4-0 
    • October 2nd: at. Fitchburg State W 3-1 
    • October 6th: at Salve Regina L 5-0 
    • October 9thvs. Worcester State W 3-1 
    • October 12thvs. Wheaton (Mass.) L 3-0 
    • Next two games: October 16th at Westfield State, October 20th at UMASS Dartmouth. The last 4 out of 5 games in the regular season will be away games.  
  • Women’s Soccer- 2-0-1 in the MASCAC Conference, 5-4-1 overall record, 2nd place in the MASCAC Conference.  
    • Setember 29thvs. Roger Williams L 2-0 
    • October 2ndvs. Fitchburg State W 6-0 
    • October 5th: at. UMASS Dartmouth W 2-0 
    • October 9th: at. Worcester State T 1-1 
    • Next two games: Oct 16th vs. Westfield State, Oct 20th at Brandeis University 
  • Women’s Tennis- On a eight-game winning streak, are 6-1 in the Little East Conference, and 10-2 in the overall record, second place behind Rhode Island College for the Little East Conference.  
    • September 29thvs. UMASS-Boston W 6-3 
    • September 30thvs. Eastern Nazarene W 9-0 
    • October 2nd: at. UMASS-Dartmouth W 8-1 
    • October 6thvs. West Conn. St. W 9-0 
    • October 7th: at. Clark University W 7-2 
    • October 9thvs. Suffolk University W 7-2 
    • October 12thvs. Salem State W 7-2 
    • Next two games: October 14th at Curry College, October 16th at Plymouth State, the last two regular season games before they move on to the LEC Women’s Tennis Tournament 
  • Cross Country 
    • October 2nd: Franklin Pierce 9th Annual Bruce Kirsh Cup 
      • Men’s Team: 3rd Place Top Runner: Kevin McBirney 7th place 
      • Women’s team: 3rd Place Top Runner: Julie Glavin 10th place 
    • October 9th: 25th Annual James Earley Invitational in Westfield, MA 
      • Men’s team: 14th place Top Runner: Kevin McBirney 15th place 
      • Women’s Team: 12th place Top Runner: Julie Glavin 32nd place 
    • Next match: Western New England Invitational in Springfield, MA on October 16th 
  • Awards 
    • Football  
      • Thomas Fay Kicker/Punter: MASCAC Special Teams Player of the Week against Fitchburg State and Worcester State.  
      • Adam Couch: MASCAC Offensive Player of the Week against Worcester State 
      • Brendan Albert: against Worcester State 
        • MASCAC Defensive Player of the Week  
        • D3football.com Team of the Week player 
    • Women’s Tennis 
      • Olivia Sweeney: Little East Conference (LEC) Player of the Week (x2) 
      • Madeline Von Ruden: LEC Rookie of the Week 
    • Cross Country  
      • Elisabeth Sweeney: MASCAC Women’s Cross Country Rookie of the Week. 
    • Volleyball 
      • Victoria Carano- MASCAC player of the week 
      • Abagail Reardon- MASCAC rookie of the week 

Bold: Home Game 

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