2022 Schedule Preview: Boston U. Terriers

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The Boston U. Terriers are the 43rd DI team and fifth from the Patriot League to release their 2022 men’s lacrosse schedule. The Terriers are coming off a 2021 campaign in which they went 6-5 overall (4-2 Patriot League). Their season came to an end in the Patriot League quarterfinals against Colgate.

Terriers’ 2022 Schedule:

2/12Boston U.Merrimack
2/19Boston U.Bryant
2/26Boston U.UMass
3/5ColgateBoston U.Patriot League
3/12Boston U.BucknellPatriot League
3/19Holy CrossBoston U.Patriot League
3/22HarvardBoston U.
3/26Boston U.LafayettePatriot League
4/2Boston U.NavyPatriot League
4/5Boston U.YaleProvidence, R.I.
4/9PrincetonBoston U.
4/16LoyolaBoston U.Patriot League
4/23LehighBoston U.Patriot League
4/30Boston U.Army West PointPatriot League

New Opponents

Bryant, Harvard, Princeton, UMass, Yale

Team’s Dropped

Brown, Pace (DII)

Key Games

2/12 vs Merrimack: The Terriers open up the season against the Warriors for the second consecutive season. Boston U. won last year’s meeting 15-12 in a contest where things were all knotted up at 12 before a late three-goal, game-winning run from the Terries. This matchup could very well become an intriguing yearly in-state battle between these two.

3/5 @ Colgate: Boston U. faced the Colgate Raiders three times last season. The Terriers won the first two meetings, 16-11, and, 14-10. In their third meeting in the Patriot League quarterfinals, Colgate came back from down 4-7 to score an 11-8 win. With both of these teams expected to be in the middle of the Patriot League, this game could be a meaningful one.

3/22 @ Harvard: Crosstown foes, the Terriers and Crimson have had some exciting meetings in recent history. Their last meeting in 2019 saw the Crimson win 12-11 in triple overtime while they won in single overtime, 19-18, the year prior. This season will see these two meet for the first time in two years in what could be another close battle.

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