What is shaping up to be the greatest story of the Boston College Athletics offseason is going to have another chapter. Team Challenge ALS, playing in honor of BC alumnus Pete Frates in his fight against ALS, will play for a berth in The Basketball Tournament championship game

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FINAL FOUR BOUND: Team Challenge ALS Advances to The Basketball Tournament Semifinal off 75-63 Thriller Over No. 4 Armored Athlete

Kayla Treanor Leads US Lacrosse to World Cup Gold

by Jackie Treehorn on July 22, 2017

Coach Treanor was named to the All-World Team Boston College lacrosse’s new assistant coach, Kayla Treanor, helped Team USA to win gold earlier today in the 2017 IL Women’s World Cup.

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Kayla Treanor Leads US Lacrosse to World Cup Gold

Better Know an Eagle 2017: #70 John Phillips

July 22, 2017

Name: John Phillips Position: Offensive line Number: 70 Year: Sophomore Height: 6’6” Weight: 310 Hometown: Phoenix, NY High School: Christian Brothers Academy 2016 Stats: As a redshirt freshman, Phillips appeared in 11 games for the Eagles. He also blocked for three rushing touchdowns against Buffalo. 2017 Stats: If healthy, Phillips should expect to see a lot of time on the offensive line this year and build upon his very impressive season from last year

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Better Know An Eagle 2017: #69 Austin Stevens

July 21, 2017

Name: Austin Stevens Position: Offensive lineman Number: 69 Year: Junior Height: 6’3” Weight: 295 Hometown: Montclair, NJ High School: Montclair 2016 Stats: Did not see action in 2016 after playing in three games as a freshman. 2017 Prediction: Could see time on the offensive line, but with four starters returning, playing time could be limited How’d He Get Here : Coming in as a defensive end, Stevens chose BC over Old Dominion, Temple, Rutgers, and Buffalo after decommitting from Kansas.

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How can Boston College Basketball Make a Return to Relevancy?

July 21, 2017

10 years removed from its last Sweet 16 appearance, BC Basketball finds itself with a 16-48 record over the last two years. That’s, um, not great. Despite having a backcourt of two studs in Ky Bowman and Jerome Robinson, the wins are just not coming

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Atlantic Coast Conference Matchups Announced for Boston College Men’s Basketball

July 21, 2017

Despite some uncertainty regarding the roster , the march to the beginning of the Boston College Men’s Basketball season has commenced with the announcement of ACC matchups.

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2017 Opponent Previews: The Wake Forest Demon Deacons

July 20, 2017

It’s an early edition of #therivalry, what does will this year look like? Team: Wake Forest Demon Deacons SBNation Site: Blogger So Dear Game Date, Location: September 1, Dekalb, Illinois 2016 Record: 4-8 2016 Overall Offense Ranking: 124 th 2016 Overall Defense Ranking: 40 th Bill Connolly’s Projected S&P: 64th Last 2 Matchups: Boston College 17 Wake Forest 14…the year before? Key Players: The Quarterback situation could be the key to the offense, with John Wolford presumed to be the favorite to start for the Deacs

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Better Know an Eagle 2017: #67 OL Aaron Monteiro

July 20, 2017

The junior returns to anchor the offensive line.

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Better Know An Eagle 2017: #66 OL Anthony Palazzolo

July 20, 2017

A young up and comer on the offensive line.

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Deontae Hawkins to Visit Gonzaga and New Mexico After Decommitting from Boston College Men’s Basketball

July 19, 2017

Here we go again… A rocky offseason for Boston College men’s basketball is taking yet another ominous turn.

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