Photo by Richard T Gagnon/Getty Images Eagles complete the weekend sweep thanks to some late goals For the second straight night, the Boston College Men’s Hockey Team was pushed to the brink by Merrimack, but managed to come out on top with a win. On Sunday, the Eagles were forced to come from behind late in the third period, but their big guns came through in the clutch as the team completed their weekend sweep of their two game series

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Boston College Men’s Hockey Comes Back to Defeat Merrimack 5-3

Jim Dedmon-USA TODAY Sports The Boston College women’s basketball team played a good game against Notre Dame today, but unfortunately it wasn’t enough to pull off a win as the Fighting Irish took this one by a score of 83-73. The Eagles started out with the lead and went into the second quarter up by 4, but they struggled in the second quarter, were outscored 27-15, and went into the second half down 41-32. BC managed to stage a couple mini-comebacks, but the Irish were on fire from the floor, shooting 61% on field goals.

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Despite a Strong 3 Point Shooting Game, Boston College Women’s Basketball Falls to Notre Dame

Boston College Women’s Basketball vs. #2 Notre Dame – How to Watch

January 17, 2021

Jim Dedmon-USA TODAY Sports The Eagles return to action against the 1 ACC team they’ve defeated this season Who Boston College Eagles (5-6) vs. Notre Dame Fighting Irish (6-5) When Sunday, January 17 at 12 PM Where Purcell Pavillion South Bend, Indiana How to Watch The game will be streamed live on ACC Network Extra. How to Follow on Twitter Follow along at @bcinterruption and @bc_wbb.

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Men’s Basketball Recap: Boston College-70, Notre Dame-80

January 16, 2021

Matt Cashore-USA TODAY Sports Holy War Hardcourt Edition ends up being same sad story for the Eagles Boston College and Notre Dame took their storied Holy War rivalry to the hardcourt as the Eagles took on the Fighting Irish in South Bend. The Eagles were looking to come off their big victory over the Miami Hurricanes while Notre Dame was looking for it first ACC win. Despite a late push with under a minute left, BC came up short as the Fighting Irish got their first ACC win, 80-70.

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Boston College Men’s Hockey v. Merrimack: Final Thoughts and Predictions

January 16, 2021

Photo by Barry Chin/The Boston Globe via Getty Images Well, guess BC isn’t getting that series with Northeastern after all. Due to ongoing COVID-19 issues at Northeastern, Hockey East cancelled the series this weekend. BC will now shift focus to a home-and-home series with Merrimack.

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How to Watch: Boston College Men’s Basketball @ Notre Dame

January 16, 2021

David Butler II-USA TODAY Sports Another beatable ACC opponent may give the Eagles a 2nd conference win Who Boston College (3-9) vs. Notre Dame (3-8) What Boston College, coming fresh off of their first ACC win, looks to start a winning streak against the Fighting Irish.

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BC Women’s Hockey Escapes With 3-2 Win Over Holy Cross

January 16, 2021

BC Athletics Not the worst game, but the Eagles needed a comeback to earn the win It wasn’t the prettiest win, but Boston College Women’s Hockey did what they needed to on Friday afternoon against the Holy Cross Crusaders. Despite trailing late in the second and being tied late in the third, the Eagles did just enough to come away with a 3-2 win at Conte Forum. Boston College dominated the shots in the opening two periods, but as Coach Crowley pointed out in her post game press conference, the Eagles struggled to pick the corners and find the shots to beat Holy Cross goaltender Jada Brenon

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How to Watch: Boston College Men’s Hockey vs. Merrimack

January 15, 2021

Photo by Fred Kfoury III/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images *crosses fingers* GAME DAY FACTS WHO Merrimack Warriors (1-5-0) vs. Boston College Eagles (6-2-0) WHAT Okay, so the last post did not age well and the Eagles will actually not be taking on Northeastern this weekend due to a positive Covid test within the Huskies program (hoping the individual feels better!). After a bit of reshuffling, BC is set to take on Merrimack in a home-and-home series

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