Longtime women’s soccer head coach at Boston College Alison Foley has resigned her post after completing her 22nd year at the Heights, Boston College Athletics announced Monday evening through department spokesperson Jason Baum.

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Alison Foley, Longtime Women’s Soccer Coach, Resigns Post as Head Coach

Highlights from BC’s hard fought loss against Minnesota yesterday On Sunday, the Boston College women’s basketball team was dealt its second loss of the season, falling to Minnesota by a score of 77-69 despite a season high 25 points from Taylor Ortlepp. It was a tough loss, but the Eagles continue to show that they have more speed and more skill than they have in years. Friend of BCI, Michelle Jay, documented the game in photos, which you can find below:

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Photo Highlights: Minnesota 77, Boston College Women’s Basketball 69

Boston College Women’s Basketball Defeats Bryant, Falls to Minnesota

December 10, 2018

The Eagles are now 8-2 and have more wins than they did all last year The Boston College women’s basketball team went 1-1 this week, defeating Bryant 83-46 on Thursday before falling to Minnesota 77-69 this afternoon. The Eagles now have 8 wins this season, more than they had the entirety of last year. The Eagles dominated across the board on Thursday night, grabbing 47 rebounds to Bryant’s 37, 18 steals to Bryant’s 9, and forcing 27 Bulldog turnovers

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Cajuns recruiting: With bowl approaching, staff squeezed for time in recruiting

December 9, 2018

The surprising success of this year’s UL-Lafayette football team comes at a price.

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BREAKING: BC Men’s Basketball at Texas A&M Cancelled

December 8, 2018

Travel issues for the Eagles result in a cancelled game BREAKING: Boston College at Texas A&M, originally scheduled for today at 6pm EST, has been cancelled due to travel issues for the BC team.

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Boston College Men’s Hockey Defeats UConn 3-2

December 8, 2018

Eagles sweep two game set against Huskies It wasn’t pretty and it wasn’t easy, but the Boston College men’s hockey team dug themselves out of an early hole and used some depth scoring to get back to .500 on the year, knocking off UConn 3-2. The win moved the Eagles to 6-6-2 on the season (6-1-2 in Hockey East) and sent them into the holiday break on a positive note.

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BC Women’s Hockey vs. Merrimack: Final Thoughts & Predictions

December 7, 2018

Let’s try not to do what we did last week! WOW, last week was a total catastrophe, huh?? Things were looking pretty good until Northeastern, BU, and BU handed us 3 straight losses to knock us completely out of an NCAA tournament spot.

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Practice? Even with bowl on horizon, Cajuns aren’t spending a ton of time on the field

December 6, 2018

Other than some group workout sessions and the extra opportunity for lifting and conditioning, participation in next weekend’s AutoNation Cure Bowl won’t result in the extra practice sessions for UL-Lafayette.

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Boston College Men’s Ice Hockey vs. Connecticut: Final Thoughts and Predictions

December 6, 2018

Thursday hockey? Thursday hockey! The Boston College Eagles, fresh off a three point weekend against Boston University take on UConn in another home-and-home

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Boston College Women’s Basketball vs. Bryant and Minnesota: Game Time, Preview & More

December 6, 2018

BC has a pair of home games to end the week The Boston College women’s basketball teams heads into this weekend with a 7-1 record, matching their total wins from last season. Coach McNamee has the Eagles better conditioned than they have been in years, and it shows on the court. This weekend, the Eagles face off against Bryant and Minnesota in a pair of home games.

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