Six Eagles Named To USA Hockey National Women’s Festival

August 4, 2018

The six Americans will join three Canadians vying for a spot on their respective national teams Boston College Women’s Hockey continues to have its players recognized as the best in the world by national team programs. After Hockey Canada last week named three current Eagles to its national team camp this summer, six additional Eagles were named to USA Hockey’s side of the camp on Friday. American Heroes Cayla Barnes, Megan Keller, and Kali Flanagan, who earned gold with Team USA at the PyeongChang Olympics, will be joined by current Eagles Caitrin Lonergan and Makenna Newkirk — two of the top 6 scorers in NCAA women’s hockey last season — as well as goaltender and all-time NCAA women’s hockey wins leader Katie Burt ‘18

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Pete Frates Honored with Varsity Club Medal

August 4, 2018

It’s only the second time the award has been given. The Boston College Varsity Club and Boston College Athletics honored Pete Frates with the BC Varsity Club Medal on Thursday for his service

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Boston College Football Holds First Summer Practice

August 3, 2018

FOOTBALL IS BACK The Boston College Eagles football team held their first summer practice of the year today in the brand spanking new Fish Field House.

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WIH: Three Eagles Named To Hockey Canada Development Camp

August 3, 2018

Players will vie for a spot on the development roster Three Canadian players on the Boston College Women’s Hockey Team were selected to attend Hockey Canada’s development camp and will look to make the developmental roster for the year’s upcoming international competitions. The three Eagles — Maegan Beres, Minnesota transfer Lindsay Agnew, and reigning Patty Kazmaier Award winner Daryl Watts — were among the 41 selected for developmental camp and will look to be named to the Canadian roster for the Nations Cup tournament this fall.

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BC Football Gets Votes In First Coaches Poll

August 2, 2018

SOAR It has been a while since the Boston College Eagles got any sort of love from a preseason poll. That all changed today as the first Coaches Poll was released, and the Eagles actually got some votes! The poll was released today on CBS Sports.com , and is chosen by 65 head coaches (Steve Addazio is not one of those). While they didn’t make the Top 25, the Eagles received 25 votes, enough for 33rd in the poll.

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BC and Louisville: Eagles Win If, Eagles Lose If, Win Probability

August 1, 2018

Wrapping up our look at UL As we wrap up our preview of the Louisville Cardinals , let’s take a look at what BC needs to do to win this game. Of course this is written months before the actual game, but this is just looking at our history, what strengths and weaknesses UL brings to the table, and going from there. BC Wins If If AJ Dillon has any sort of game resembling what he had in 2017, the Cardinals are not going to win

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BREAKING: Brendan Buckley to Join Boston College Men’s Ice Hockey Coaching Staff

August 1, 2018

Buckley joins the Eagles after serving as an assistant at UConn Sources have told BC Interruption that Brendan Buckley will soon be joining the men’s hockey team’s coaching staff.

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Playa Haters Ball 2018: Louisville Cardinals Edition

July 31, 2018

I promise this won’t be one long Papa John’s joke Oh it feels so good to welcome the Louisville Cardinals to this edition of the Playa Haters Ball. You are our guest of honor this season, and believe me we want to take extra special care of you after the trauma that AJ Dillon inflicted you last season. Seriously, we are just checking did that defender get up after that stiff arm, or did he just say “Nah dude, I’m done” while hanging up his cleats?

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Oliver Wahlstrom Confirms Plans to Attend Boston College

July 30, 2018

Wahlstrom was the 11th pick in this year’s NHL Entry Draft Following the New York Islanders prospect camp, Oliver Wahlstrom has re-confirmed his plans to play hockey at Boston College in the fall. Wahlstrom was chosen by the Islanders in the first round of the 2018 NHL Entry Draft with the 11th overall pick

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Behind Enemy Lines: Talking Louisville Football With Mark Ennis

July 29, 2018

Getting all the good details on BC’s opponent Each week BC Interruption talks to a writer on a team that is scheduled to play the Boston College Eagles .

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