Boston College was not sharp in a loss to Northeastern in the Hockey East Semifinals, but it’ll need to be against Harvard in the NCAA Tournament.
Despite clear looks, especially from 3-point range, the Eagles still struggled, big time. And their attitude after the game showed it.
Conte Forum’s ceiling wasn’t the only thing to leak. The Eagles’ 3-point defense was porous, allowing Syracuse freshman Tyler Lydon to walk all over them.
The Eagles lost their 10th straight game, this time to Louisville. But the seemingly lax attitude of Jim Christian’s youthful crew may hurt BC on the recruiting trail.
The freshman center was the only player to break double digits, but it wasn’t enough to beat Muffet McGraw’s Fighting Irish.
The Eagles continue their torrid pace as they enter ACC play against Virginia Tech on Jan. 3.
BC senior and bench mob captain Steve Perpiglia received some special news following the conclusion of the Eagles’ 64-55 victory over Fordham at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn.
Despite a 19-16 loss to Notre Dame in Saturday’s Shamrock Series at Fenway Park, Boston College football started laying the foundations for a bright future.
Graduate transfer Eli Carter and true freshman Jerome Robinson led the way for Boston College in a 75-49 victory over St. Francis Brooklyn.