The men's hockey team made history with their third straight Beanpot championship, defeating crosstown rival Boston University, 5-4, in double-overtime in front of a record crowd at TD Garden.
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The women's hockey team defeated Boston University on the Terriers' home ice, 4-3, in double-overtime in front of a Women's Beanpot record crowd as the Huskies swept the Beanpots for the first time in over 30 years.
The Huskies captured their third consecutive Hockey East championship in convincing fashion, 9-1 over UConn, and won an NCAA-best 32 games this season. Northeastern posted a record of 5-1-1 against teams that ranked inside the Top 10.
Field Hockey upset No. 23 William & Mary in the CAA semifinals, 1-0, on a goal in the closing minutes by Camille O'Conor. It was the Huskies first CAA championship game appearance since 2013.
The Huskies posted a runner-up finish at the CAA Men's Cross Country Championships, tallying a 15th-place finish in the NCAA East Regional Championships in Buffalo, N.Y.
Louiza Wise ran the second-fastest time in program history to finish sixth at the CAA Women's Cross Country Championships.
Sophomore Alina Mueller is the first top-three finalist for the Patty Kazmaier Award, given to the nation's top player, since former NU standout Kendall Coyne-Schofield won the prestigious award in 2016. Mueller finished second in the country with 66 points and was named All-American, Hockey East Player of the Year and Hockey East Tournament MVP.
Jordan Roland led the Huskies to their third consecutive CAA title game appearance, the fifth program in CAA history to accomplish that feat. Roland earned NABC All-District (1st team), All-CAA (1st team) and USBWA All-District I honors after winning the CAA scoring title (21.9 ppg) and finishing No. 7 in the country with 722 points, second-most in school history. The Huskies finished ahead of in-state rivals Boston College, UMass and Boston University in the NET rankings.
Paige Capistran became the first Husky to win the Hockey East Sportsmanship Award. The award is presented each season to a player who demonstrates leadership and commitment both on and off the ice.
Shannon Todd received the distinguished Dean Ehlers Leadership Award, the first women's basketball player in school history to earn this honor. The award is presented annually to a CAA men's or women's basketball student-athlete who "embodies the highest standards of leadership, integrity and sportsmanship in conjunction with [his or her] academic athletic achievement."
Former soccer standout Hannah Rosenblatt and her siblings started making masks to assist Massachusetts with the Coronavirus (COVID-19).
Former Northeastern standouts Kendall Coyne-Schofield (2012-16) and Dani Rylan (2010-12) were No. 1 and No. 3, respectively, on SportsNet's 25 Most Powerful Women in Hockey.