MBB How to Watch: Louisville Cardinals vs. Boston College Eagles

January 21, 2018

Do I smell a win streak? GAME DAY FACTS WHO Louisville Cardinals (14-4, 4-1 ACC) vs Boston College Eagles (13-6, 3-3 ACC) WHAT Both the Cardinals and Eagles are looking to keep their mini win streaks alive as each team looks to climb further up the ACC ladder. WHERE KFC Yum! Center (yes, that is the real name of the arena) Louisville, Kentucky WHEN Sunday, January 21, 2018 Tipoff at 12pm EST HOW TO WATCH The game is nationally available on the ACC Network Extra, so WatchESPN is your best bet.

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GOAL BY GOAL: BC Women’s Hockey Comes From Behind In 2-1 Win Over Vermont

January 20, 2018

Miano’s third period pair is the difference Despite having the best offense in women’s hockey this season, Boston College hasn’t blown teams out in the shot count much this season. Coming into Saturday’s game against Vermont, the Eagles had only posted 40+ shots once this season, which came in a 2-2 draw against UConn early in the season. So despite needing a third period comeback to beat Vermont 2-1 on Saturday afternoon , you can’t feel too bad about the result given that BC posted a huge 43-25 shot advantage on the Catamounts.

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Boston College Lands Commitment From 2018 RB Javian Dayne

January 20, 2018

A late addition for the Eagles Boston College landed a nice late addition to their 2018 recruiting class. According to reports on Twitter, Javian Dayne from Wisconsin has committed to the Eagles pic.twitter.com/PUBP3yVqo1 — Jv Dayne (@jvdayne) January 20, 2018 Dayne is the son of Heisman Award winning running back Ron Dayne. He recently received an offer from Boston College, and held no other offers at this point

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Welles Crowther Receives Tewaaraton Award

January 20, 2018

Man in the Red Bandana to be honored by lacrosse community Welles Crowther was announced as the recepient of the 2018 Spirit of Tewaaraton award by the Tewaaraton Foundation last night. The Tewaaraton is awarded to a person in the sport of lacrosse whose contributions to society and the lives of others exemplify the virtues of the game. The 1999 Boston College lacrosse team alum is most widely know for his acts of heroism during the September 11th attacks, during which he gave his own life while saving others in the World Trade Center

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GOAL BY GOAL: BC Women’s Hockey Survives Vermont, Wins 3-2 In Overtime

January 20, 2018

A win is a win?

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Boston College Field Hockey Alumna Emily McCoy Named to 2018 U.S. Women’s National Development Squad

January 19, 2018

McCoy graduated from BC in 2017. Emily McCoy, a Boston College alumna, was announced as a member of the 2018 U.S.

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Boston College Women’s Basketball Loses to Clemson in Double Overtime

January 19, 2018

This is a troubling loss Clemson is an ACC team that Boston College women’s basketball usually defeats without much of a problem. Before last night, the Eagles had won 10 of the 14 meeting between the two teams.

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How Boston College Men’s Hockey Can Start Beating Good Teams

January 19, 2018

What can the Eagles do to be more competitive against top teams? The 2017-2018 season has been nothing if not frustrating for the Boston College men’s hockey team. For the second season in a row, the Eagles have looked strong against the majority of the Hockey East teams that they have played.

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National Signing Day 2018 Recap: The Defensive Backs

January 19, 2018

How did BC improve in the secondary? In our final discussion of the upcoming early commits let’s take a look at the secondary, a position BC was very strong at in 2017.

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National Signing Day 2018: Recapping The Defensive Line

January 18, 2018

Last month BC had their national signing day.

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