Boston College Men’s Basketball vs. Miami: Game Thread

by John Madden on February 17, 2019

GAME DAY FACTS WHO Boston College Eagles (12-11, 3-8 ACC) vs University of Miami Hurricanes (11-13, 3-9 ACC) WHAT Both the Eagles and the Hurricanes have had disappointing seasons so far, but both have the opportunity to pick it up in the final third of the season. BC has seven conference games remaining, and almost all of them are extremely winnable.

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Boston College Baseball Sweeps Jackson State

by Walter Sobchak on February 17, 2019

The Eagles start the season 3-0 The Eagles flew south to Jackson, Mississippi, and started their 2019 campaign right, sweeping a rain-shortened, three game set from the Jackson State Tigers. Senior Dan Metzdorf got the start in Friday’s season opener, and pitched seven dominant innings, conceding only two hits, a walk, and a run (unearned), while striking out four.

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Boston College Softball Weekly Recap: ACC/Big 10 Challenge

February 17, 2019

Boston College traveled to Atlanta, GA to compete in the ACC/Big 10 Challenge this weekend, getting matched up with the Michigan State Spartans and the Illinois Fightin’ Illini. In game one against the Spartans, Camryn Dolby picked up her first collegiate victory, giving up no earned runs over 5.2 innings.

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Mens Basketball Thoughts and Predictions: Boston College Hosts Miami

February 17, 2019

The Boston College Eagles (12-11, 3-8 ACC) are looking to make it back-to-back wins at home against an underwhelming Miami Hurricane team (11-13, 3-9). The Hurricanes have been playing well recently though, beating a solid Clemson team last week and taking UNC to overtime in Chapel Hill. All of their conference wins have come at home in Coral Gables, however, which bodes well for the Eagles on a cold afternoon in Conte.

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How to Watch: Boston College Men’s Basketball Hosts Miami

February 17, 2019

GAME DAY FACTS WHO Boston College Eagles (12-11, 3-8 ACC) vs University of Miami Hurricanes (11-13, 3-9 ACC) WHAT Both the Eagles and the Hurricanes have had disappointing seasons so far, but both have the opportunity to pick it up in the final third of the season. BC has seven conference games remaining, and almost all of them are extremely winnable. It won’t be enough to make the NCAA tournament , and it might not even be enough to save Jim Christian’s job, but the Eagles do have an opportunity to pick up some wins down the stretch of the season, starting with tonight’s game against the Hurricanes

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Boston College Men’s Hockey Swept By UMass

February 17, 2019

Eagles fall 4-2 in second game of series A frustrating 60 minutes of hockey capped off a disappointing weekend for the Boston College men’s hockey team, as they fell to the UMass Minutemen for the second straight night. Graham McPhee scored twice for the Eagles, but his efforts weren’t enough as BC dropped this one 4-2.

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Boston College Women’s Lacrosse: Eagles Erase Five Goal Deficit, Down No. 10 Syracuse 14-12

February 16, 2019

Women’s lacrosse games between the Boston College Eagles and the Syracuse Orange always have the potential to be exciting, and Saturday afternoon’s matchup in Syracuse turned out to be no exception. The No.

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GOAL BY GOAL: BC Women’s Hockey Cruises To 5-2 Win Over Maine On Senior Night

February 16, 2019

Just one game remaining in the regular season Thursday and Friday’s games at Conte Forum couldn’t have been any more different. Thursday was a plodding, stressful affair, with the Eagles needing just about every minute available to them to find the game winner late and win 2-1 in a close one. Friday, however, was all BC.

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Boston College v. UMass: Final Thoughts and Predictions

February 15, 2019

Monday was obviously really frustrating. The Boston College Eagles fell behind early but put together quite the comeback against Northeastern in the Beanpot championship.

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GOAL BY GOAL: BC Women’s Hockey Earns Massive 4-1 Win Over #3 Northeastern

February 13, 2019

BC’s last two games have been their two best of the season Boston College Women’s Hockey was forced to play in the consolation game of this year’s Beanpot, but you’d never know the Eagles weren’t playing for a trophy. It wasn’t quite a perfect effort — the Eagles aren’t going to win many games in which they take NINE PENALTIES — but the Eagles played extremely well five on five, and special teams showed up in a big way.

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