2020 Women’s Hockey East Tournament Preview

by Jackie Treehorn on February 27, 2020

John Quackenbos, BC Athletics It’s win or go home for the Eagles We have reached conference tournament season! The good news for Boston College is that despite a (relatively speaking) disastrous second half of the season, the Eagles were still able to hold onto a top four spot in the league and get home ice for this weekend’s quarterfinals.

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2020 Women’s Hockey East Tournament Preview

Previewing Boston College v. Merrimack

by Jackie Treehorn on February 27, 2020

Photo by Fred Kfoury III/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images It’s a really good time to be the Boston College Eagles. The Eagles have all but mathematically clinched a spot in the NCAA Tournament. The Eagles control their own destiny to win the Hockey East regular season championship, and can clinch the championship this weekend

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Räsänen Relishes Role as Versatile Player During Breakout Season

February 27, 2020

BC Hockey on Twitter BCI spoke with Aapeli Räsänen about the success he’s had this season The 2018-2019 BC Men’s Hockey season was rough.

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Men’s Basketball Postgame Thread: Eagles Drop Heartbreaker to Fighting Irish, 62-61

February 27, 2020

Adam Richins-USA TODAY Sports TJ Gibbs’ last second layup sinks Eagles. Well that was depressing. Oh god no – Jay Heath scores the bucket on one end, but Notre Dame hits the layup with 0.1 seconds left

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Men’s Basketball Game Thread: Boston College Hosts Notre Dame

February 27, 2020

Matt Cashore-USA TODAY Sports BC beat the Irish once this season. Can they do it again? When February 26th, 2020 9:00 pm EST Where Silvio Conte Forum Chestnut Hill, MA How to Watch The game is going to be broadcast on the ACC Network..

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Men’s Basketball Preview: Boston College vs Notre Dame

February 26, 2020

Bob DeChiara-USA TODAY Sports The Holy War comes to Conte… Well to quote Bugger McFarland again, “ If the other team makes more shots than you, they will score more points than you, and likely win the game .” Sadly, that was basically what happened to the Eagles Saturday night against Clemson.

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Boston College Women’s Lacrosse Knocks Off Brown 13-10

February 26, 2020

Photo by Greg Fiume/NCAA Photos via Getty Images The Boston College Eagles returned to their winning ways Tuesday in Newton, as they defeated the Brown Bears 13-10 at the Newton Lacrosse Complex. The Eagles win was a team effort– seven players contributed a goal in the effort, but Charlotte North and Jenn Medjid shined in the game, both contributing three goals in the effort

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What to Watch for: AJ Dillon takes on the NFL Combine

February 25, 2020

Photo by Joe Sargent/Getty Images The NFL Scouting Combine is underway, and our very own AJ Dillon will be looking to stand out among a group of highly talented backs. Here’s what the schedule looks like for AJ and the rest of the running backs in Indianapolis: Tuesday, February 25th: Measurements, Interviews – Heaviest RB at 247 pounds #NFLCombine key measurements thread… 164. #BostonCollege RB AJ Dillon Height: 6-0 3/8 Weight: 247 Hand: 9 5/8 Arm: 31 5/8 Wingspan: 77 5/8 — Charles Robinson (@CharlesRobinson) February 25, 2020 Wednesday, February 26th: Media Session, Medical Exam, Position Coach Interviews, Psych Testing Thursday, February 27th: Bench Press, NFLPA Meeting, Interviews, Psych Testing Friday, February 28th: On-Field Workout 4pm – 11 PM EST It’s a crowded field, but Dillon’s a pretty unique back with a different juice compared to the others

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Toppin Off: What I Want to See With Three Games Left

February 25, 2020

Geoff Burke-USA TODAY Sports Offensive changes, mostly We’re in the home stretch folks. Another Boston College Basketball season is winding down, with just three games left before the Conference Tournament and then, almost certainly, the end of the season. The Eagles are undoubtedly out of the Big Dance (I won’t entertain the thought of a string of upsets in Greensboro), and the NIT seems almost equally unlikely.

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Carolyn Swords Retires from Playing in the WNBA

February 25, 2020

Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images The BC WBB legend played 8 seasons in the WNBA Earlier today, Boston College women’s basketball legend Carolyn Swords announced that she is retiring from professional play after 8 seasons. Swords, who has spent the past 2 seasons playing for the Las Vegas Aces , will remain with Vegas as a marketing specialist. Swords interned with the Aces front office during the offseason in 2018-19, during which time she spearheaded 2 major community service initiatives

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