Next winter, the Women’s Beanpot Championship will be played at TD Garden.
Eagles Drop Final Three Games, Finish 2–3 in FGCU Tournament
Boston College softball won its first two games of the FGCU tournament but ultimately dropped its final three games to finish the weekend 2–3.
Somebody’s Child Brings Authenticity to Indie Rock in His Debut Album
Debuting band Somebody’s Child proves itself with a unique sound that blends a range of musical influences in its first self-titled album.
All-ACC Defensive Back Josh DeBerry Enters Transfer Portal
Boston College football defensive back Josh DeBerry announced he will enter the transfer portal for his final year of eligibility.
‘Five Easy Hot Dogs’ Strays from Demarco’s Usual Indie Pop In Favor of Instrumentals
‘Five Easy Hot Dogs’ falls flat in many places, coming up short of the standard set by DeMarco other minimalist projects.
Mahogany Tears ACL, Will Miss 2022 Season
Christian Mahogany, BC’s only returning starter on the offensive line, announced on Thursday that he tore his ACL in May and will miss the 2022 season.
Notebook: Virginia Tech Captures Fenway Victory Despite BC’s Stellar Starting Pitching Performance
Boston College baseball lost to Virginia Tech 6–1 on Friday in the Tenth Annual ALS Awareness Game at Fenway Park.
“It is time for me to start a new chapter”: Legendary Coach Jerry York Announces Retirement
After 28 years as Boston College men’s hockey head coach, Jerry York announced his retirement Wednesday afternoon.
Yellow Jackets Fight For Extra-Innings Win In Pitcher’s Duel
Friday, Boston College softball dropped the first game of its three-game series with Georgia Tech, falling 3–1.
BC Athletics Officially Unveils Pete Frates Center
BC Athletics officially unveiled the Pete Frates Center on Saturday, named for the former BC baseball player and ALS advocate.