Photo by Corey Perrine/Getty Images The Ivy League announced in a brief statement Wednesday on Twitter that the league is going to announce its plans for athletic activity for the upcoming term on July 8 in the wake of a new increased spread of COVID-19. A statement regarding athletic activity for the fall 2020 term. pic.twitter.com/vUdH7HWGaO — The Ivy League (@IvyLeague) July 1, 2020 A number of people in Power 5 athletics, particularly the fans might roll their eyes at this, after all it’s only the Ivy League, right?

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The Ivy League to Announce Plans for Fall Athletic Activity On July 8

Photo by John Tlumacki/The Boston Globe via Getty Images Boston College football players and staff returned to campus on Monday, and Jeff Hafley is back in his office. While it’s not as dressed up as his home office just yet, he’s excited to be surrounded by his players and staff and has found a newfound appreciation for getting work done at home and spending time with family

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Eagles Back in Town: Coach Hafley on the Transition Back to Football

Boston College Announces Student-Athlete Return to Campus, COVID-19 Protocols

June 22, 2020

Photo by Rick Friedman/Corbis via Getty Images Boston College has implemented a plan to return to athletic activities for its student athletes, the athletic department announced Monday. The plan, centered around COVID-19, is said to adhere to all federal, state, medical and university guidelines. Under the protocol, face coverings are required to be worn in all common areas, screening and temperature checks for staff and student-athletes are to be conducted daily, only limited personnel is allowed any facility and there will be increased cleaning and sanitizing measures.

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Parker Milner, Former Boston College Goaltender, Retires After Seven Professional Seasons

June 19, 2020

Photo by Matthew J. Lee/The Boston Globe via Getty Images After seven years in professional hockey, Parker Milner of the Boston College Class of 2013 has announced his retirement.

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The NCAA Wants A Somewhat Normal Start to Football. That Might Get Complicated.

June 18, 2020

Photo by Maddie Meyer/Getty Images The NCAA announced Wednesday plans for a return to the football field in an effort to maintain the integrity of the planned start to the collegiate football season.

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Boston College’s Joe Suozzi Signs with the New York Mets

June 16, 2020

Photo by Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images Some good news in a sea of bad baseball news: the New York Metropolitans have signed former Boston College outfielder Joe Suozzi as an undrafted free agent. Typically a 40 round marathon, the Major League Baseball Draft was shortened to just 5 rounds due to the suspended (hopefully not cancelled—shout out to the greediest ownership in sports) season. Suozzi made the most of his COVID-abbreviated senior season, knocking in 16 runs while batting .414 and slugging .638 over 15 games.

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ATH Jonas Sanker Commits to BC

June 10, 2020

Photo by Omar Rawlings/Getty Images Virginia athlete Jonas Sanker committed to Boston College last night, making it another two for one day special for the Eagles. The 6-2, 193 pound prospect plays all around the field

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Georgia Linebacker Trevin Wallace Gets In

June 9, 2020

Adam Richins-USA TODAY Sports Wayne County (GA) linebacker Trevin Wallace committed to BC. The Georgia native is 6-2, 225 pounds, and while not yet ranked, he had offers from Auburn, Illinois, NC State, and Tulane.

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A Letter To New AD Pat Kraft… And To Boston College Fans

June 9, 2020

Photo by Mitchell Leff/Getty Images Here is what you should know about BC Welcome to The Heights, Dr. Kraft! You’re coming to Chestnut Hill at quite a moment in BC history

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Pat Kraft Introduced as Boston College’s Athletic Director

June 8, 2020

Photo by Mitchell Leff/Getty Images Kraft spoke to the media over Zoom today This afternoon, Pat Kraft was introduced to the media as Boston College’s new Athletic Director. Father Leahy began the Zoom call by discussing the traits BC looked for in a new AD. Per Leahy, BC was specifically seeking candidates “who were known for personal integrity and for following the NCAA regulations ..

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