Stories by Rob Schaefer
The 'Cats battled, but were ultimately unable to advance out of the Regional round of the NCAA Tournament.
Two NBN sports writers debate the future of women's lacrosse after their recent disappointment in the NCAA tournament.
NU's NCAA Tournament hopes briefly hung in the balance after losing to Minnesota, but the 'Cats still snagged a bid.
Our sports editor and assistant sports editor argue about their optimism, or lack thereof, in regards to NU sports.
The softball team took three wins over the weekend to build on a five-game winning streak.
NU softball dropped two of three games to Minnesota's no. 21-ranked team this weekend.
The seniors combined for 36 of NU's 65 points en route to the 'Cats' 20th win.
Playing without Maggie Lyon, the 'Cats have somehow clawed their way into the B1G quarterfinals.
Despite Ashley Deary breaking a Big Ten record for steals in a season, the 'Cats fell to Michigan 70-65
Get excited for the upcoming women's lacrosse season. Here's a primer on what to look out for this season.
Northwestern's women's basketball got back in the win column on Thursday with a 69-59 victory over Illinois.
Northwestern women's basketball team hoped to end their recent slide with a trip to Columbus, but fell to Ohio State 76-73.
Dererk Pardon was never supposed to see the court in 2016. But after a breakout performance against Nebraska, the freshman phenom is here to stay.
Northwestern grabbed their first conference home win of the season, knocking off Wisconsin 70-65
The 'Cats drop their second in a row at home, falling 65-56 to the Buckeyes.
Maggie Lyon has helped transform the basketball program from an afterthought to a national contender.
The 'Cats started their season with a bang with a huge 89-49 win over Howard.
We were losing in the fourth quarter until the last ten seconds – but are you even surprised?
The 'Cats tied in a soccer match against Notre Dame.
Senior forward Joey Calistri scored his 30th goal at NU, moving him into second place on NU soccer’s all-time scoring list.