Stories by Meg Pisarczyk
Minnesota, the eventual Big Ten champs, ended the 'Cats' season in the conference tournament.
NU breezes by Albany, moves on to Stony Brook on Sunday.
Time is running out for the Wildcats to sneak into the B1G Tournament. These losses don’t eliminate them, but they certainly hurt their chances.
NU bounced back from a series loss to Illinois to take a midweek tilt from the Panthers of UWM.
After three rough games in Ann Arbor last weekend, the Wildcats came out on top against Maryland and won the weekend series, 2-1.
A 31-0 run (yes, 31-0) in the first half gave the ‘Cats the momentum they needed to bring home the win.
In a game that will go down in history as NU's biggest win ever, the 'Cats won on an incredible buzzer-beating play.
Despite some turnovers, Nia Coffey had one of her best showings of season and tallied her 13th game of the season with over 20 points.
After losing to DePaul, the 'Cats upset No. 16 Florida and also beat Evansville last week.
Northwestern shocked the college basketball world last night. Read that sentence again. And again. And again.
NU goes the farthest it's gone since 1998, but falls in the Sweet 16 round to Duke.
NU didn't play its best game, but did enough to get by the Golden Eagles and reach 2-0.
Entering his fifth season as head coach of Northwestern, Chris Collins has a defining year ahead of him.
After shoulder surgery ended Vic Law's season before it started, the versatile forward is set to make an impact wherever the 'Cats need him to.
With a B1G Championship out of reach, NU will wait to see where it is headed in the NCAA Tournament.
NU won a share of the regular season B1G title with a dominant defense. But if the 'Cats want to take the next step, they'll need to figure out how to score more.
NU men's soccer pulls off the upset of the year and then loses, while women's soccer continues to put up zeroes.
NU's hot start allowed them to cruise to a 10-point win over the Hoosiers on Homecoming.
“She’ll be stern at times when she needs to be, and get things organized. There’s a lot of times where we’ll make a mistake and she’s a very calming influence.”
Women's soccer, per usual, had a great week, but the men's team, very much not per usual, did, too.
It's NU's eighth straight loss of the season, and drops first year coach Shane Davis' record to 7-12.
Women's soccer? On 🔥. Men's soccer? Not so much. (This is becoming a theme).
Surprise, surprise: women's soccer won another game. They're 11-1-1 on the season, it's casual.
Men's soccer couldn't keep up with Maryland, but the women escaped a tough road environment with a 0-0 draw.
Northwestern's soccer programs had a largely successful weekend, going a combined 2-1.