Several BC men’s basketball alumni have expressed their dissatisfaction with their relationship with the program. According to some, the relationship was only further damaged by specific incidents of disrespect, and has yet to be repaired.
Catalysts: Reflecting On Black History In BC Athletics
Since the 1930s, Black athletes, coaches, and athletic administrators have frequently led the fight against racial discrimination at BC.
Eagles Fall Just Short Against Providence in Overtime Thriller
Jordan Chatman poured in a season-high 28 points for the Eagles, but the Friars’ A.J. Reeves answered with 24 of his own, including the game-tying 3-pointer with two seconds left to send the contest to overtime, as Providence beat BC.
In The Basketball Tournament, Former Eagles Played for Pete Frates
Led by Sean Marshall, Skinner’s Frate Train, a group of BC alumni, attempted to win money for ALS and Pete Frates in The Basketball Tournament.
Addazio, Bates Paid Higher Than Predecessors In 2013-14
BC paid Steve Addazio 57 percent more than his predecessor, Frank Spaziani, in 2013. Brad Bates also received a salary increase in comparison to former AD Gene DiFilippo.
Al Skinner, head coach of the men’s basketball team, has been fired by Athletic Director Gene DeFilippo, according to sources in the Boston College athletics department. The firing will be made official at noon today in a press conference.
Skinner Interviews With St. John’s
Al Skinner, the head coach of the Boston College men’s basketball team, is interviewing with St. John’s University for the Red Storm’s vacant head coaching position within the hour, according to Chris Cameron, associate athletic director for media relations.
Nova edges Eagles in OT thriller
For all of the talk about Villanova’s vaunted guard play, the deathblow to Boston College’s season was delivered by a forward.