On Saturday, Boston College men’s basketball derailed the Virginia Tech Hokies en route to a 68–63 victory on the backs of James Karnik and Makai Ashton-Langford. Karnik reached 1,000 career points marking a historic night for the senior forward.
Despite Ashton-Langford’s game-high 22 points and Bickerstaff’s double double, Boston College men’s basketball dropped its battle with Louisville after a game-delaying leak in the north end of the arena. The Eagles returned from the break at half down two points, but its early momentum slipped through the cracks in the second.
When Boston College football head coach Jeff Hafley took the top job, he couldn’t have predicted all of the challenges that his first year would bring.
Boston College football decided not to hold practice on Wednesday, joining teams across the country who have opted to sit out practices and games in response to the police shooting of Jacob Blake in Kenosha, Wisc. “We decided not to practice today,” head coach Jeff Hafley said via video press conference. “A bunch of things…
Under Steve Addazio, BC has consistently plateaued at the seven-win mark. Now, with a healthy Heisman candidate at running back and a potentially potent offense, the Eagles are looking to finally take that next step—even with a lot of turnover on the defense.
Taylor Ortlepp led the Eagles with 19 points, including nine in the fourth quarter alone, as BC needed every one of its 19 offensive rebounds to escape with a nail-biting 65-64 road win over Wake Forest.