Boston College women’s basketball opened its season on a strong note with a dominant 80-44 win at home over New Hampshire.
Boston College women’s basketball held its annual media day on Monday, featuring Joanna Bernabei-McNamee and select student-athletes.
The Eagles compiled a 20-12 record last year and reached the semifinals of the ACC tournament. Here’s how they line up against this year’s slate.
Notre Dame, North Carolina, Clemson, Syracuse, and Duke. What do all these ACC blue-bloods have in common? They all lost to Boston College women’s basketball in the span of one month last season. Having finished the season on such a hot streak, the Eagles held their breath as they sat uneasily on the edge of…
BC women’s basketball’s return to national relevance isn’t a story about one resurgent season—it’s a four-year journey led by three Eagles who rose from the depths of the ACC.
BC women’s basketball was set for a run in the NCAA Tournament before its cancellation, and the Eagles have nothing to hang their heads about.
BC women’s basketball head coach Joanna Bernabei-McNamee was recently named the Atlantic Coast Conference Coach of the Year.