• Huskies Go Global:

    Women's Henley, United Kingdom

    Northeastern women's rowing took the world stage in June 2017 when the Huskies traveled to Henley-on-Thames, England for the prestigious Henley Women's Regatta for the first time in program history.
Henley Women's Regatta is the premier regatta for women in the United Kingdom. Each year more than 1,500 rowers travel from all over the UK and from across the world to compete in this prestigious event.

Global Engagement


  • John Stevens
    "The game of hockey has given me so many great experiences throughout my life, and there is one in particular that will stick with me. Our trip to Belfast was a once in a lifetime opportunity to share and experience life, hockey, culture and academics in a foreign country.  Being able to influence and experience the amazing Northern Irish culture allowed our team to bond on a new level. This trip was the starting point to one of the most amazing runs and seasons that I have ever been apart of. "
  • Margaret Walsh
    "The trip to England was unlike anything I’ve ever experienced as a student-athlete. It was an honor to represent our university abroad, and to foster relationships with the welcoming and generous residents of Henley on Thames. This experience allowed our team to share in the global learning that defines Northeastern, deepening our engagement with and appreciation for this incredible institution. "
  • Jim Madigan
    "Our trip to Belfast was a trip of a lifetime. We were able to enjoy a first-class hockey experience but equally important was being able to explore another part of the world rich with history and tradition. Our players had the unique opportunity to learn more about the history and culture of Belfast and Northern Ireland, visit young students in two elementary schools and interact daily with the wonderful people of Belfast who welcomed us so graciously into their city. This experience broadened our student-athletes perspective on life and help them realize the importance of appreciating different views and cultures. "
  • Jamie Bredahl
    "The opportunity to go to Cuba at the end of my senior year was truly the best possible ending to my athletic career at Northeastern. I got to travel to a land trapped in time with some of my favorite people and gain experiences that will last us a lifetime. I think it is so important that high-level athletes—who typically have schedules which prevent them from traveling abroad—get the chance to broaden their views on the world and make the realization that there are so many cultures and lifestyles that we can learn lessons from. It was truly a chance to exchange global views while simultaneously playing a simple ball game together. "
  • Max Burt
    "What an eye opening experience it was! The people of Cuba always have smiles on their faces even through their tougher times. That taught myself and our team a little bit about staying positive when you are hit with adversity and to take nothing for granted! The trip showed us to appreciate what we have and not think about what we don’t have.  It was a truly amazing experience that I hope every Northeastern student athlete gets to experience. "
  • Kelly Cole
    "This is a wonderful opportunity for our team to experience a different culture and one of the greatest cities in the world in Barcelona, Spain. I know we will also take advantage of this time together to bond and strengthen team chemistry leading into the 2018-19 season. We are thankful to Northeastern University, President Aoun and our Athletic Administration, especially Peter Roby and Regina Sullivan for making this trip possible. "
  • Ayanna Dublin
    "Traveling the world and playing basketball are two of the things I am most passionate about. Having the opportunity to go to Spain with our basketball team means the absolute world to me. "
  • Valentina Soares Gache
    "We’re all very excited for the opportunity to take our passion overseas and explore the way that soccer is embedded within the cultures of France and Spain. "