BC women’s basketball’s return to national relevance isn’t a story about one resurgent season—it’s a four-year journey led by three Eagles who rose from the depths of the ACC.
Head coach Ed Kelly’s group reunited with former teammate Zeiko Lewis, when BC took on the USL’s New York Red Bulls II. The Eagles hung with the pros for the first half, but eventually New York took over.
Every week of training camp, the stakes get higher. On Saturday, head coach Steve Addazio mimicked game conditions for the Eagles’ second scrimmage of the summer. And the competition didn’t disappoint.
Stan Heath joined BC’s staff with 13 years of head coaching experience. Now, after three years as an assistant, Heath will once again assume the lead role—this time, with the NBA G League’s Lakeland Magic.
Just like in 2016, BC kicked off the season by downing Connecticut in a scrimmage. Only this time, the Eagles poured on four goals, all while shutting out the Huskies.
Former UMass field hockey forward Nicole Cordero had her way with BC during her collegiate career. But now as an assistant to head coach Kelly Doton, it’s her job to help the Eagles make a postseason run.
The terms of why he is not on the roster anymore are currently unknown.
After five days of training camp, the Eagles suited up for their first scrimmage of the summer. Similar to the Jay Memorial Spring Game, the offense stole the show.
From Florida Memorial to Florida State to Monmouth, Latara King has already come a long way in her young coaching career. Now, she’ll team up with Erik Johnson and Co. to lead Boston College.