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Swimming and Diving: Huskies compete in 2 meets this weekend in Storrs

Swimming and Diving: Huskies compete in 2 meets this weekend in Storrs

It should be an exciting weekend in Storrs. During Friday’s meet fans can participate in the annual Chuck A Duck competition. Fans can purchase a duck for $1 to throw into a float in the pool for a chance to win a prize. All proceeds will go towards the UConn Dance team's trip to Nationals.

Field Hockey: Huskies to face Liberty and Boston University

Field Hockey: Huskies to face Liberty and Boston University

Sunday’s opponent, No. 24 Boston University, is fresh off a 3-2 overtime victory at Bucknell. Petra Hall and Ailsa Connolly have paced the Terriers (8-5) with 14 points each. Goalkeeper Kathleen Keegan is conceding 1.96 goals per game with a .569 save rate.

Track: Huskies start season off on right foot

Track: Huskies start season off on right foot

The UConn men’s track and field team had their first meet of the season on Saturday at Boston University, and while it was non-scoring, they did hold their annual Blue/White intra-squad meet. The meet will conclude Thursday and Friday at the UConn Heptathlon, but as of now the Blue team is in the lead by two points. 

Men’s Basketball: Huskies gear up to face Boston University at XL Center

Men’s Basketball: Huskies gear up to face Boston University at XL Center

After they almost let their last game get away, the UConn men’s basketball team hopes to make a statement against Boston University on Sunday.

Last year, the two teams made headlines by having one of the lowest-scoring first halves in UConn history—it was 21-17 after 20 minutes of play. The Husky offense is not terribly impressive thus far, but a 2-0 start to the season is more than they can say compared to last year.

Men's Hockey: Slow start dooms UConn against BU

Men's Hockey: Slow start dooms UConn against BU

After tying No. 7 Boston University in their own building on Friday night, the Huskies were unable to protect home ice on Saturday. The Terriers spoiled UConn’s home opener, using a three-goal first period to propel themselves to a 6-3 win at the XL Center in Hartford.