Boston College men’s hockey added another 2001-born recruit this week, securing the commitment of Connor Joyce, a forward from Dedham, Mass. Joyce just wrapped up a successful junior season at St

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Forward Connor Joyce Commits To Boston College Men’s Hockey

Goalie Henry Wilder Commits To Boston College Men’s Hockey

by Donny Kerabatsos on April 17, 2019

With Spencer Knight — considered by some to be the greatest American goaltending prospect ever — already committed to Boston College this fall, Jerry York added another goalie prospect to the pipeline, securing a commitment this week from Henry Wilder, a 2001-born goalie. Wilder is ranked #14 among North American goalies in this year’s draft rankings, and is described by HockeyProspect.com’s Russ Bitely as an “athletic tender, technically sound in positioning & rebound cntl, good glove, makes good reads.” Wilder is a local kid — from Needham, MA — currently plying his trade at Hotchkiss School (Salisbury, CT) in local prep hockey

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Goalie Henry Wilder Commits To Boston College Men’s Hockey

Boston College Football Post Spring Practices: Examining The Running Back Depth Chart

April 17, 2019

Last Saturday, Boston College football finished up their spring practices with their annual Jay McGillis Spring Football game.

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Boston College Women’s Lacrosse Stays Undefeated With Victory Over Yale

April 17, 2019

The Eagles are 16-0 with one game remaining in the regular season With just one game remaining in the regular season, the Boston College women’s lacrosse team is on track to have their second undefeated season in a row. The Eagles, who defeated Yale by a score of 15-10 yesterday, are now 16-0. BC’s final regular season game will be played at home this Saturday against Louisville.

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Boston College Women’s Lacrosse vs. Yale: Preview and How to Watch

April 16, 2019

The Eagles face the Bulldogs at Alumni today The undefeated women’s lacrosse team enters their final week of regular season play today, taking on Yale at Alumni Stadium late this afternoon. This should be a fairly easy victory for BC, particularly since Yale has only a single road win this season. Who: Boston College Eagles (15-0, 6-0 ACC) vs

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IIHF Women’s Championship: How to Watch Team USA v. Finland

April 14, 2019

After a massive upset Saturday afternoon, Finland advanced to the IIHF Women’s Championship game to take on powerhouse Team USA. Team USA got to the IIHF final off a 8-0 thrashing of Russia. The Finns will try to pull of the upset on home ice, as the tournament is being played in Finland

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Boston College Women’s Lacrosse Survives Late Scare, Downs No. 21 Virginia Tech 16-13

April 13, 2019

Well, no one an say that the Eagles aren’t earning their now 15 game winning streak. BC survived a late 5-0 run by No. 21 Virginia Tech over the last 6:06 of the game to win 16-13 to preserve its unbeaten season.

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David Cotton, Graham McPhee Named Men’s Hockey Captains

April 12, 2019

Congrats to the two Eagles for this honor! The Boston College Men’s Hockey team named its captains on Thursday afternoon, announcing David Cotton as captain and Graham McPhee as the alternate. Both players will be entering their senior season at Boston College with the hopes of reaching the NCAA Tournament for the first time. Cotton was a bright spot in a challenging season for the Eagles, posting by far the best numbers of his BC career.

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Boston College Football Post Spring Practices: Examining The QB Depth Chart

April 12, 2019

Where does the depth chart stand? On Saturday, Boston College football finished up their spring practices with their annual Jay McGillis Spring Football game. As the team moves into late spring-summer mode, let’s take a look at some of my position projections moving forward.

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2019 Men’s Frozen Four Rooting Guide: Minnesota-Duluth

April 11, 2019

As you have seen the past few days, we’re in the midst of doing our (unfortunately) annual tradition of posting articles about why you should root for specific teams in the Frozen Four. Today is our final post: the case for Minnesota-Duluth. Here’s why you should root for Minnesota-Duluth: They Beat Notre Dame Last Year! : Yeah I know, O’Connor and everything.

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