Boston College men’s basketball dropped its tenth conference game of the year on Saturday afternoon with an 81–70 loss to NC State.
From Chris Meadows Sr. and Chrissy Roberts on the women’s side, to Anthony Goins (center) and Corey McCrae (right) on the men’s side, BC’s assistants are the latest ascendant Black ACC coaches.
Boston College men’s basketball defeated ACC opponent Miami 85–77 on Saturday afternoon behind 25 points from Mason Madsen.
On Thursday, BC director of athletics Blake James introduced O’Brien as the football program’s newest face. The official introduction comes just over two weeks after BC launched a national search for the replacement of former head coach, Jeff Hafley.
On Saturday, Boston College men’s basketball fell to Duke 80–65 after a slow start to the second half allowed Duke to take and hold a double-digit lead.
With former head coach Jeff Hafley’s departure from the Boston College football program, the head coaching job at BC is currently available.
On Tuesday, Boston College men’s basketball defeated Syracuse 80–75 for its first win over the Orange since 2018.
On Tuesday night, Boston College men’s basketball lost 76–71 to Virginia Tech, marking its fifth loss in its last seven games.