The 3-Star Junior Adds Some More Talent to BC’s Wide Receiving Corp And just like that, the Eagles’ Wide Receiver Depth Chart just got a tad bit more talented. According to 247 Sports , Dino Tomlin, son of Super Bowl Champion Coach Mike Tomlin, has transferred from Maryland to join the Eagles in the upcoming season

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Dino Tomlin, Son of Pittsburgh Steelers Coach Mike Tomlin, Transfers to Boston College

Photo by John Byrum/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images The Eagles will look to feed off the energy of this weekend’s big comeback victory tonight as they face Louisville on the road. The Cardinals are on a 3 game losing streak. Who: Boston College Eagles (7-8, 2-3 ACC) vs.

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Tip-Off Time, How to Watch, and More: Boston College Men’s Basketball vs. Louisville

Game Time, How to Watch, and More: Boston College Men’s Hockey vs Notre Dame

January 19, 2022

Photo by C. Morgan Engel/Getty Images Can the Eagles shake off last weekend’s losses as they head to South Bend tonight

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Men’s Basketball Preview: Boston College @ Louisville

January 18, 2022

Charles LeClaire-USA TODAY Sports The Boston College Eagles (7-8) travel down to Kentucky on Wednesday night to face the Louisville Cardinals (10-7) in another ACC contest. Louisville is in the midst of a tough losing streak, having dropped their last 3 games all in a row to ACC foes Florida State , NC State , and Pitt.

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Boston College Men’s Hockey vs. Notre Dame: Preview & Predictions

January 18, 2022

Photo by Richard T Gagnon/Getty Images The last few games have been… quite painful. In a hope to turn things around, the Eagles head to South Bend to take on the Fighting Irish in a midweek game that was supposed to happen after Thanksgiving but had to be rescheduled

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Maria Gakdeng Continues ACC Freshman of the Week Streak

January 18, 2022

Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images For the fourth week in a row, Boston College freshman standout Maria Gakdeng has been named the ACC Freshman of the Week.

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How Will the Olympic Break Impact Boston College Men’s Hockey?

January 17, 2022

Photo by Richard T Gagnon/Getty Images The Eagles are sending two important players to the Olympic Games The Winter Olympics are coming up in a few weeks, and the Boston College men’s hockey team will be sending two players to compete. Junior defenseman Drew Helleson and senior forward Marc McLaughlin will be playing for team USA with a number of other college hockey players as the NHL is not participating in the games.

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BC Interruption Player of the Week: Brevin Galloway (Men’s Basketball)

January 17, 2022

Photo by John Byrum/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images One big play earns Brevin Galloway our Player of the Week honors this week: . @BrevinGalloway called game #ACCMBB | @BCMBB pic.twitter.com/v2R2CoEcIs — ACC Men’s Basketball (@accmbb) January 16, 2022 Galloway was instrumental in BC’s comeback victory over Clemson this weekend, scoring a beautiful 3 pointer with 26 seconds to go in the game to put the Eagles up by 1 with plenty of time left to score again if Clemson made a basket (which they didn’t). In addition to scoring the game-winning basket, Galloway was second on the team in points (18) and led the Eagles with a pair of steals.

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#2/3 Louisville Defeats Boston College Women’s Basketball at Conte

January 16, 2022

Jim Dedmon-USA TODAY Sports A bad second quarter haunted the Eagles today, as they otherwise played fairly evenly against #2/3 Louisville, but ultimately couldn’t overcome their second quarter deficit and lost by a score of 63-53. The Eagles jumped to an early 5-0 lead, holding Louisville scoreless for about 2.5 minutes to start the game. Once Louisville got started scoring, however, the game quickly evened up.

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BC Women’s Hockey Extends Skid, Suffers Weekend Sweep To UConn

January 16, 2022

BC Athletics Two very different but still very painful losses Boston College Women’s Hockey dropped the puck on the 2nd half of the season this weekend, and while the addition of transfer Michaela Boyle to the roster added a bit of excitement, the weekend really couldn’t have gone much worse than it did. The Eagles suffered a weekend sweep at the hands of UConn, dropping to 10-10-0 on the year and finding themselves starting to dig quite a hole for the Hockey East tournament. Friday evening’s game was the worst of the two contests as far as competitiveness goes, as the Eagles continued their struggles on the shot chart with a brutal 44-20 drubbing.

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