No style points for this one As the top seed in the Women’s Hockey East tournament, you might expect Boston College to breeze through to the semifinals. That’s been the case in years past, when the #8 seed has been in the tournament basically just so the #1 seed didn’t get rusty in a weekend of byes. But Vermont isn’t your typical #8 seed

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GOAL BY GOAL: BC Women’s Hockey Starts Postseason With 3-1 Win Over Vermont

Boston College Men’s Hockey vs. Maine Preview

by Donny Kerabatsos on February 23, 2018

The regular season ends this weekend! This weekend, Boston College wraps up the regular season with a pair of games against Maine. On Saturday, the Eagles will hold “Senior” Night, where they will honor grad student Kevin Lohan.

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Boston College Men’s Hockey vs. Maine Preview

OL Coach Justin Frye To Take Same Position With UCLA

February 23, 2018

Boston College lost another assistant this week, as offensive line/running game coach Justin Frye is departing to join Chip Kelly at UCLA. Frye, who has been the offensive line coach since joining the Eagles with Steve Addazio in 2013 is expected to have the same role with the Bruins according to reports by Pete Thamel

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Women’s Hockey East Quarterfinals, BC vs. Vermont: Final Thoughts & Predictions

February 23, 2018

Playoffs?! This season has motored right along, and we have now inexplicably reached the playoffs, even though the season opener was basically just a few minutes ago — so to speak. Boston College is the regular season Hockey East champion, having locked up the title a full month before the end of the regular season. As the top seed, they’ll face #8 Vermont, a team that gave them fits earlier in the season and could absolutely steal one from BC, but who ended the regular season on a bit of a skid

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Boston College Baseball Weekend Preview – The Snowbird Classic

February 23, 2018

The Eagles will face three different opponents from the Big Ten in their third straight trip to The Snowbird Classic. After opening the season a week ago with two wins in three games against Santa Clara, the Boston College baseball team is back in action this weekend, as they take on Minnesota, Indiana, and Rutgers in the 2018 Snowbird Classic

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Boston College Women’s Basketball Falls to FSU

February 23, 2018

The Eagles have one game remaining this season The Boston College women’s basketball team lost another game tonight, falling to Florida State University by a score of 67-39. This was the Eagles’ lowest scoring game all season

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Boston College Baseball Midweek Recap – Boston Red Sox

February 23, 2018

The Eagles fought until the final out, but fell to the Red Sox 4-2. As has been the outcome the previous 26 times they have met over the years, the Boston College Eagles fell to the Boston Red Sox 4-2 on Thursday afternoon at Jet Blue Park in Ft. Meyers, Florida.

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Three Eagles Named Patty Kazmaier Award Finalists

February 22, 2018

Award given to the top NCAA Division I women’s hockey player Lots of great BC-related news out of USA Hockey today! After Team USA won Olympic gold over Canada last night for the first time since 1998, The USA Hockey Foundation announced on Thursday afternoon the ten finalists for the 2018 Patty Kazmaier Award, given annually to the top NCAA Division I women’s hockey player. BC fans will notice some familiar names on the list.

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Boston College Lacrosse Improves to 4-0

February 22, 2018

The defeated #19 UMass Amherst yesterday Yesterday the Boston College women’s lacrosse team improved to 4-0 on the season with a 16-9 victory over #19 UMass. This was the Eagles’ second win of the year against a top 20 team. BC is currently ranked fifth in the country.

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