Despite returning goalkeeper Brennan Klein, Boston College men’s soccer slumped to a 1–0 defeat to Virginia Tech on Friday night.
On Saturday, Boston College football fell to 1–3 on the season after being unable to stop Louisville’s offense in a 56–28 loss.
Heading into Week Four of the college football season, Florida State, North Carolina, and Duke still remain on top of the ACC.
Lawyers representing more than 30 members of Boston College men’s and women’s swimming and diving sent a letter to BC’s general counsel on Thursday, calling on the University to lift the team’s suspension and issue a public retraction of the statement issued by BC Athletics on Wednesday.
Boston College women’s soccer dropped its second conference loss of the season with a 2–1 defeat at the hands of Virginia Tech.
For the first time this season, BC is on the road as they head to L&N Federal Credit Union Stadium for an ACC matchup against Louisville.
BC Swim and Dive Program Members Allegedly Forced To Consume Their Own Vomit, Administrator’s Letter Says
Attendees at a BC men’s and women’s swimming and diving freshman event were allegedly instructed to binge drink and forced to consume their own vomit, according to a letter from an administrator in the Office of the Dean of Students.
The Office of the Dean of Students is committed to conducting an investigation into the allegations of hazing against Boston College men’s and women’s swimming and diving, according to a letter addressed to a team member.
Boston College men’s and women’s swimming and diving team was placed on indefinite suspension after University determined hazing occurred.