Stories by Trevor Lystad
With the return to Welsh-Ryan, the loss of stars Bryant McIntosh and Scottie Lindsey and an exciting new recruiting class, ...
Like last year, the ‘Cats play one of the toughest schedules in the country: The Big Ten schedule alone includes No. 4 Maryland, No. 15 Penn State and No. 19 Johns Hopkins.
NU men's soccer sees a tough season end after picking up a first-round win in the B1G Tournament.
NU couldn't finish off a B1G championship, but clinched a spot in the NCAA Tournament anyway.
Justin Jackson officially became the most prolific Ball Carrier in NU football history last week. Let's celebrate that.
Northwestern men’s soccer (3-9, 0-5 B1G) got a much needed win on Monday, snapping a three-game losing streak with a ...
Northwestern men’s soccer’s struggles continued last week, falling 3-1 to No. 23 Michigan and 3-0 to No. 17 Maryland and ...
Yes, it was Bowling Green. But the strategy of sharing the ball in the backfield clearly paid off and should be considered in the future.
Men’s soccer is off to a tough – and perhaps slightly unlucky – start in the 2017 season.
NU throttled Bowling Green in a game the 'Cats absolutely needed to dominate for many reasons.
Overall: not good.
NU's win over Nevada leaves us with cause for concern. The play in the trenches, on both the offensive and defensive side, left much to be desired.
NU ran out of gas in the championship game, but gave fans plenty of reasons to believe the program has turned a corner.
One more win will send the the 'Cats to the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 1957.
It would be pretty sad to go an all-academics, minimal-sports Big Ten school like Michigan, right guys?
NU will play in the postseason for the first time since 2010 starting next week in the B1G Tournament.
For the second year in a row, Maryland topped Northwestern in the league championship game.
NU will face Maryland in the B1G Championship game on Sunday morning.
Despite keeping it close in all three games, NU couldn't hold down the Huskers.
Northwestern baseball is threatening to hit .500 – and for Northwestern baseball, that’s saying something.
It was a close loss to one of the conference and nation’s top teams.
Nia Coffey became the first NU women's basketball player to be taken in the first round of the WNBA draft on Thursday.
For the first time in seven years, NU baseball won series in back-to-back weekends. Yes, seven years.
Your weekend may have been bad, but it was probably better than the Northwestern softball team’s against a stout Michigan team.
The banner was paid for through a student GoFundMe campaign.
this is a big deal.
The loss was certainly disappointing, but come tomorrow it will be forgotten in the excitement of reaching the Big Dance for the first time.
The ‘Cats hung with Purdue, and had a shot to tie it at the end when forward Nate Taphorn airballed a three with 15 seconds left.
In an effort to make their first potential bid to the NCAA Tournament as stressful as possible, Northwestern fell to Illinois.
With nine more games against ranked opponents this season, the No. 9 ‘Cats face a tough road ahead of them.
NU continued to dominate defensively, and picked up another B1G win in the process.
NU toppled Indiana in front of a raucous Welsh-Ryan Arena to move within a half game of the B1G conference lead.
Chris Collins is hoping that two prized recruits can play a role in the team’s success – while a third is forced to watch from the sidelines.
On Election Night, NBN Politics tries its hands at predicting the electoral outcome of several prominent swing states.
NU fell to 4-5, but the path to bowl eligibility is still relatively clear.
Let’s break down who he is, his fall from grace and why the word “Weiner” is back on the front page of the country’s most serious news outlets.
“We won’t look past the next game,” head coach Tracey Fuchs said. “We’re only taking it one game at a time.”
Let's take a look at that other Hillary Clinton scandal you've been hearing about.