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Northeastern women take charge against Providence to capture fourth straight Hockey East title

Aerin Frankel made 29 saves to turn aside the Friars.

For openers, Melrose girls’ volleyball sweeps Stoneham

Elena Soukos paced the Red Raiders with 10 kills in the 25-3, 25-13, 25-12 Middlesex League victory.

BU men lose to Colgate in Patriot League basketball tournament

Javante McCoy scored a season-high 27 points but it wasn't enough for the Terriers.

Gary Washburn | On basketball

Commissioner Adam Silver hopeful fans can attend NBA games in near future

As vaccinations rise around the country, Silver said, “Maybe for the first time in the past year, I’m fairly optimistic right now” about the return of fans to NBA arenas.

Golf roundup

Ageless wonder Lee Westwood charges up leaderboard, takes over Bay Hill lead

Westwood, who will turn 48 next month, ended the day at 11-under 205.

Connor Withers leads UMass Lowell men past top-seeded UMBC, into America East championship

The River Hawks erased a 12-point halftime deficit on UMBC's home floor in Baltimore, their eighth season in Division 1 now a lone win from ending with a trip to the NCAA tournament.

NASCAR

NASCAR driver Kyle Larson has found a good fit at Hendrick Motorsports

After getting suspended by NASCAR and losing his job at Chip Ganassi Racing, Larson has felt at home in his new car fielded by his new team, Hendrick Motorsports. “It didn’t feel like I had been out of the car a long time.”

Chad Finn | Sports Media

Viewers continue to lose out in dispute between NESN and YouTube TV

NESN, the regional sports network home of Bruins and Red Sox broadcasts, was dropped by YouTube TV on Oct. 31.