The Eagles shot 7–30 from beyond the arc, recorded 23 fouls, and tallied 20 turnovers in their loss to Clemson.
Boston College women’s basketball defeated No. 10 NC State Thursday night for its first AP top-10 win since 2010. Dontavia Waggoner totaled 23 points.
Despite a strong outing in its home opener, Boston College women’s basketball shot abysmally from 3-point range and dropped its first game on the road to Harvard, 68–59.
Preview: BC Looks to Reignite Its Offense at Home Against Duke After scoring three points in two of its last three games, Boston College football will look to reinvigorate its offense against Duke on Friday in its first home game since Oct. 8. The Blue Devils are 5–3 on the season and would clinch bowl…
Weekly Roundup: Rowing Races at Head of The Charles, Men’s and Women’s Golf Cap Off Seasons, and Women’s Tennis Contends With Nation’s Best at Super Regionals
This week, rowing raced at the Head of The Charles, men’s and women’s golf capped off their seasons, and women’s tennis competed at Super Regionals.
Stefan Sigurdarson left the field in his final home game on Monday with the sixth most goals in program history.
BC held strong through most of the second half but let up a Pitt goal in the 73rd minute to tie the Panthers 1–1.
The Eagles moved to 1–5 in conference play after falling to Louisville and Notre Dame on Friday and Sunday.