The incident in question occurred during Friday’s game at Providence Over the past 24 hours, BC Interruption has confirmed with multiple sources that a Boston College men’s hockey player has been accused of making a racist remark towards a Providence player during last Friday’s Hockey East matchup. No discipline has been enacted by Boston College or by Hockey East in regards to the alleged remark, although Hockey East claims to be investigating the incident. Our sources have confirmed that the remark was directed towards Vimal Sukumaran, a junior forward on the Friars.

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UPDATED: Boston College Men’s Hockey Player Alleged to Have Made Racist Remark During BC/Providence Series

Women’s lacrosse continues to be the athletic bright spot at BC The Boston College women’s lacrosse team continues to dominate and improved to 10-0 this evening following a 17-9 victory over Albany. The Eagles have now scored nearly 100 more goals than their opponent this season and are averaging 18.6 goals per game and 20 draw control wins per game.

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Martin Jarmond Expands on Jim Christian Decision in Boston Globe

March 19, 2019

Weeks of speculation have come to a close for men’s basketball head coach Jim Christian, whose fate was finally settled this morning when Pete Thamel broke the news on twitter that BC planned to retain Christian and further invest in the overall program. After an apparent breakthrough 2017-18 season that saw Christian’s first winning record and postseason berth in the NIT , the team regressed in year 5 culminating in a season-ending 1-7 stretch and first round ACC Tournament exit that led many Christian supporters to question whether he had control of the team. Martin Jarmond’s retention came as a surprise to many despite extending Jim Christian’s contract at the end of last season

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Jim Christian is Coming Back for a Sixth Season

March 19, 2019

After BC’s quiet exit from the first round of the ACC tournament against Pittsburgh, speculation ran rampant surrounding the future of fifth-year coach Jim Christian. It appears now that the situation has been resolved. Per Sports Illustrated’s Pete Thamel, Christian will come back for a sixth season

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We Raised $2,145 To Help Jake Goodreau With His Medical Bills. Here’s How You Can Donate

March 18, 2019

UPDATE: There was a late pledge that our algorithm was not set up to factor. The pledge total has been updated to reflect that. Last week we started a pledge drive to help BC baseball player Jake Goodreau with his medical bills .

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BC Lands Commitment From 2020 ATH Andre Hines

March 18, 2019

New York ATH is third recruit in class Boston College had a huge weekend on campus, with multiple recruits visiting the school. Today the first from that group committed to Steve Addazio and the Eagles, and it’s Andre Hines Jr.: Congratulations to @AndreI95Hines on his commitment to @BCFootball EHALLNATION @EagleInsiders @BCCoachAddazio @coachBwhiteBC @alexgleitman @RivalsFriedman @BrianDohn247 pic.twitter.com/7IbPgqtvDk — Danny landberg (@Dannylandberg) March 18, 2019 Hines plays both linebacker and running back at his high school so it is unclear what position he was recruited for at BC, hence we will leave it as Athlete for now. He held offers from Rutgers, Kent State, UMass, and a bevy of other mid level schools

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Boston College To Hold NFL Pro Day On Wednesday

March 18, 2019

Over a dozen potential Eagles in the NFL to perform for scouts. The NFL Draft is right around the corner, and Boston College will be sending quite a few players to the NFL. A select group of players performed at the NFL Draft last month in Indianapolis, but there will be a larger group that will be performing in front of a group of NFL Scouts this Wednesday at the Fish Practice Facility.

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Boston College Softball: Weekly Roundup

March 18, 2019

BC opened the ACC portion of its schedule by traveling to Chapel Hill, North Carolina to take on the Tar Heels. In game one, Emme Martinez went yard for her second home run of the season, but it was the only hit the Eagles could muster on the day in a 9-1 loss. Susannah Anderson started and took the loss, giving up three runs over only two innings before Camryn Dolby came on in relief.

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Boston College Men’s Hockey Defeats Providence 2-1

March 18, 2019

Eagles advance to the Hockey East Semifinals A 2-1 win over the Providence Friars kept BC’s season alive and put them in the Hockey East semifinals next weekend, just like we all expected.

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BC Women’s Hockey Falls 2-1 (OT) To Clarkson In NCAA Tournament, Ending Season

March 17, 2019

A disappointing end to a disappointing season The 2018-2019 Boston College Women’s Hockey season ended pretty much the only way you would expect it to in a year like this: with your heart ripped bodily from your chest. A week after losing in the Hockey East championship game in overtime despite a miraculous last-second game-tying goal, the Eagles found a new way experience heartbreak against Clarkson in the NCAA quarterfinal

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