At a press conference Friday evening, Boston Police Department (BPD) Commissioner William Evans denied WBZ-TV’s…
BC announced that current BCPD chief John King will be stepping down this past April.
Once a Class of 2019 recruit, Chris Herren Jr.—the son of former NBA guard Chris Herren—reclassified and signed a financial aid agreement with BC, allowing him to join the Eagles this coming fall.
After going undrafted in 2017, the reigning Hockey East Rookie of the Year heard his name called on Day Two of this year’s event, becoming the third BC skater to ever be selected by the Panthers.
Jerome Robinson’s time in Chestnut Hill might be over, but his unprecedented climb to the NBA lottery will transform head coach Jim Christian’s recruiting pitch—Thursday’s draft officially put BC back on the map.
Robinson, who back in February was ignored on virtually every prospect ranking and mock draft, is not only BC’s first top-15 pick in 36 years, but he’s also the school’s first-ever lottery selection.
Chief of BCPD John King confirmed with ‘The Heights’ that there was no further information available with regard to the incident as of June 19.
“My Boston College education transformed my life, and I could not be more thrilled to help shape future generations of BC students and alumni in this new role,” Gosselin said.
BC tied Maryland with the most IWLCA First-Team All-Americans in the country and broke its single-season program record with four players earning spots across the three nationally renowned teams.