BSU Fall Sports Recap

The Bears played in their first Fall season since 2019, as their season was cancelled to COVID-19 last year. The Bears teams performed their hardest during these toughest of times.  

Football: The Bears’s Football team started against the Ithaca Bombers in which they lost 52-21. The home opener was against the University of New England, in which the Bears lost 23-20. 

Their first win was on Week 3 against Plymouth State in which they almost blew a 16-point lead but held on to a three-point win 27-24. The Bears would win the next 5 matchups, but would then lose to UMASS Dartmouth by the score of 26-20 ending their winning streak.  

The Bears had a chance of taking the MASCAC Championship, but lost it when they lost to Framingham State 47-13.  

The Bears won the Cranberry Bowl against Massachusetts Maritime by the score of 35-7. 

The Bears ended with a 6-4 overall record in the season.  

Women’s Soccer: The Bears’s Women’s Soccer team started on September 4th against MIT in Boston in which they lost 2-0. Their first win was at Salve Regina on September 14th by the score of 4-0.

The Bears’s first MASCAC Conference game was against the Framingham State Rams on September 25th in which they won 2-0. 

In the tournament, the Bears won against Fitchburg State and lost against Worcester State.  

The Bears ended their regular season with a 9-8-1 overall record.  

Men’s Soccer: The Bears’s Men Soccer team started at Johnson & Wales (RI) and lost 3-1 on September 1st. Their first win was against Rhode Island College by the score 3-0 on September 8th 

The Bears’s first MASCAC conference win was against Framingham State on October 2nd 

The Bears won the rest of their conference matchups, and lost the rest of their nonconference matchups.  

In the tournament, the Bears won against Worcester State and lost against Framingham State.  

The Bears ended the season with an 8-10 record.  

Volleyball: The Bears started their season at Wheaton on September 1st in which they lost 3 sets to one. The Bears won their home opener against Lesley 3-0 and also won their first MASCAC Conference matchup against Fitchburg State on September 14th 

The Bears participated in a tri-matchup with Westfield State as the host as they also faced Elms University, the Bears lost against both teams, and ended the season on a four-game losing streak.  

The Bears lost against MCLA in the MASCAC Volleyball tournament. The Bears ended the season with a 6-11 overall record.  

Field Hockey: The Bears started their season at home on Septem against Nichols University in which they lost 3-0. The Bears got their first win against St. Joseph (CT) on September 14th and they won 4-1.  

The Bears are a part of the Little East Conference (LEC) in Field Hockey. Their first LEC conference win was against Fitchburg State, in which the score was 3-0.  

Field Hockey participated in a matchup on Homecoming Day here at BSU. They defeated Plymouth State 2-1. The Bears however would lose their last two games against Worcester State and Castleton University.  

The Bears ended their season with a 5-12 overall record.  




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