Boston College lacrosse scored a dominant 20 goals to earn a non-conference victory against Hofstra on Wednesday afternoon.
Dillon’s Stock Rises With Impressive NFL Combine
AJ Dillon put on an impressive performance at the 2020 NFL Combine in Indianapolis, including the recording the highest vertical jump of any running back.
Go Figure: What Will it Take for the Eagles to Make the NCAA Tournament?
BC is on a four-game winning streak and has already set the program’s single-season record for ACC wins, but the question is whether it’s too late for a tournament push.
Soule’s Career Day Delivers Eagles Program-Best Eighth ACC Win
Boston College women’s basketball earned its program-record eighth ACC win with a double-digit victory over North Carolina.
In Record-Breaking Performance, North Guides Eagles to Win at BU
Boston College lacrosse rebounded from a disappointing loss to UMass to beat Commonwealth Ave. Boston University in a second-half surge.
The Numbers Behind Steffon Mitchell’s Career Performance at Virginia Tech
At Virginia Tech on Saturday, Steffon Mitchell became the first player since Tim Duncan (1996-97) to record at least 21 points, 15 rebounds, six assists, two blocks, and one steal in an ACC game.
BC Gives No. 7 Duke a Scare but Falters Down the Stretch
The Eagles held Duke to a season-low 63 points and had a four-point lead with under eight minutes to play, but converted just one of their final eight field goal attempts.
Some of BC’s Biggest Playmakers Are Back, and They Have Unfinished Business
Kobay White withdrew his name from the transfer portal, Max Richardson passed up on the 2020 NFL Draft, and Hunter Long returned—all to jumpstart the Hafley era.
WR Kobay White Removes Name From Transfer Portal, Will Return in 2020
After 18 days in the transfer portal, wide receiver Kobay White has withdrawn his name and will return to BC for the 2020 season.
Go Figure: BC’s 3-Point Percentage Continues to Plummet While Attempts Increase
BC has attempted the sixth-most 3-pointers in the ACC and is only making 28.6 percent of them—the second-lowest percentage in the conference and the 24th-lowest clip in the nation.