A few days ago (3) Granny Smith stymied (11) Ambrosia’s Cinderella run in decisive fashion, earning a berth in the semifinal.

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The BCI Apple Tournament: (2) Pink Lady v. (7) Gala

Fox 61 in Connecticut put together a short feature on the soccer star sisters Boston College alumna Allyson Swaby (CSOM ‘18) is playing as a defender for the Jamaican national soccer team in the Women’s World Cup. Her sister, Chantelle Swaby, is a rising senior at Rutgers, and both Swaby sisters managed to play their way onto the Jamaican national team roster. It’s the first Women’s World Cup appearance not just for Jamaica, for for any Caribbean nation.

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WATCH: Fox 61 Feature on Allyson Swaby (CSOM ‘18) Playing with Sister Chantelle for Jamaica in the Women’s World Cup

Zach Sanford Scores In Game 7, Becomes 12th Different Eagle To Win The Stanley Cup

June 13, 2019

The silver lining to the Bruins falling in the Finals While many of us are mourning the Boston Bruins ’ loss in Game 7 of the Stanley Cup Finals, there’s at least a silver lining for fans of Boston College. Former Eagle Zach Sanford lifted the Cup Wednesday night as a member of the St.

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Temple Transfer Kicker Aaron Boumerhi To Transfer to BC

June 12, 2019

Leaving spring camp, the Boston College Eagles had two rather unproven kickers for the upcoming season, John Tessitore and Danny Longman.

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The BCI Apple Tournament: (3) Granny Smith v. (11) Ambrosia

June 12, 2019

Well we now made it to the second matchup of the second round.

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Boston College Men’s Hockey Releases Schedule

June 12, 2019

New season kicks off October 11 The Boston College men’s hockey team released their schedule for the upcoming 2019-2020 season earlier this week. Last seen falling just short of an improbable run in the Hockey East Tournament, the Eagles will be looking to bounce back after three consecutive seasons of missing the NCAA Tournament

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Sam Apuzzo is the BC Interruption 2019 Female Player of the Year

June 12, 2019

For the second year in a row, Sam Apuzzo is our Player of the Year Sam Apuzzo just graduated, but I think we can all acknowledge that she is one of the best athletes to ever compete for Boston College. For the second year in a row, she is BCI’s Female Player of the Year, this year beating out teammate Kenzie Kent, the only other player nominated, to earn the title. Apuzzo led the Eagles and the NCAA with 94 goals this season, and was second on the team and in the NCAA (behind Kent) with 124 points.

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The BCI Apple Tournament Round 2: (4) Cortland v. (5) Fiji

June 11, 2019

Well we’re onto the second round, where the apples truly distinguish themselves. Here’s the matchup (4) Cortland v.

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BC Football’s Zach Allen is BCI’s Male Player of the Year

June 11, 2019

The big man takes home the biggest honor of his career to date We’ve nearly reached the end of the 2019 BC Interruption Awards ( The Interrupties! ), with just the Male and Female Player of the Year Awards yet to be given.

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UPDATE: BC Women’s Hockey’s Daryl Watts Transfers To Wisconsin

June 11, 2019

One of BC’s star forwards is headed to the WCHA Last month word came out that 2018 Patty Kazmaier Award winner and Boston College rising junior Daryl Watts was in the transfer portal and had signaled her intent to transfer from the Heights. Today, sources confirmed to BC Interruption that Watts will be transferring to the WCHA and the defending NCAA champion Wisconsin Badgers for her final two years of NCAA eligibility. Daryl was one of the most talented players to come through the Heights, as evidenced by the fact that she was the first freshman (or sophomore) to ever win the Patty Kazmaier Award, given to the top player in women’s college hockey.

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