Mike Gualtieri checks in with BC Football’s all time winningest Head Coach Check in with BC’s all time winningest Head Football Coach, Tom O’Brien. Tom talks about growing up in Cincy(2.30min), his time coaching at UVA(11.30)and then taking over at BC(14.15)

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Lights!Camera!Sports! Podcast with former BC Football Head Coach Tom O’Brien

The Boston College Men’s Soccer team took the field against UMass-Lowell in its last preseason scrimmage at the Newton Campus Soccer Field. The number 18 Riverhawks and the Eagles each had good opportunities in the first half, which culminated in BC keeper Cedric Saladin making a couple of tough saves on Lowell’s free kicks. Boston College’s junior forward Simon Enstrom had the first four strong chances for the Eagles, two in the first half and two in the second half, which were all unsuccessful

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Boston College Men’s Soccer Plays UMass-Lowell to a Scoreless Draw in its Last Preseason Tuneup

Boston College Women’s Soccer Earns Comeback Victory in Season Opener

August 19, 2017

The Eagles defeated James Madison University in overtime The Boston College women’s soccer team opened the regular season today with a game against James Madison University. This was not expected to too difficult of a game for the Eagles, but they did not lead until the final goal. BC ultimately earned a 4-3 victory and will play William & Mary on Sunday in their second game of the JMU Tournament.

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Beer Sales At Alumni Stadium: Ranking The Options

August 18, 2017

With news breaking today that beer and wine will be sold at football games at Alumni Stadium, I have been tasked with ranking the beers that should be sold at the games. Now, I have been ripped on in the past for being a bit of a beer snob, and definitely lean more towards craft beers than the staples, so today I am going to break this down into categories

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Beer And Wine Will Now Be Available At BC Football Games

August 18, 2017

Finally! Boston College Athletics released news today that many fans have been hoping for, the start of beer and wine sales at all Boston College football games : “We’re pleased to offer this expanded service to our fans,” William V. Campbell Director of Athletics Martin Jarmond said. “We believe this opportunity will enhance our game-day experience, and be a welcomed amenity for our guests.” Beer and wine had been available in the premium seats, but for the rest of the unwashed masses it hadn’t been an option for games.

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Kenzie Kent and Toni Ann Miano join Katie Burt as Eagles Taken In The 2017 NWHL Draft

August 18, 2017

Two Eagles in the first round Last night’s 20 player NWHL draft had solid Boston College representation as two-sport superstar Kenzie Kent and standout defenseman Toni Ann Miano joined Katie Burt as Eagles taken in the 2017 NWHL Draft. Katie Burt was taken #1 overall by the Boston Pride — the first time a goaltender was the top draft pick and the only goaltender taken at all in this year’s draft — and Kenzie Kent joined her shortly thereafter as the 4th overall pick in the 1st round, also to the Pride.

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Steve Addazio Post Practice 8/17 Media Session

August 17, 2017

Hear all things BC Football after Thursday’s practice   I was there after practice and asked Coach Addazio some questions.

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Boston College Women’s Soccer JMU Tournament Preview

August 17, 2017

BC women’s soccer opens its season tomorrow This weekend, Boston College women’s soccer begins the regular season, traveling to Virginia for the JMU Tournament. The Eagles open the season tomorrow (August 18) at 7 PM against James Madison

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Boston College Football Opponent Previews: Louisville Cardinals

August 17, 2017

They beat BC mercilessly last year, are we in for a repeat performance? Team: Louisville Cardinals SBNation Site: Card Chronicle Game Date, Location: October 14th at Papa John’s Stadium

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BC Men’s Soccer Picked to Finish 5th in ACC’s Atlantic Division

August 17, 2017

BC men’s soccer was picked to finish fifth in the ACC’s Atlantic Division, behind Wake Forest, Clemson, Louisville, and Syracuse. Although it may be disappointing for Eagles fans to see them projected to finish fifth out of six teams, it should be noted that the four teams picked to finish ahead of them are all top ten teams in the preseason national men’s soccer poll

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