At the first P.A.C.E. event, Martin Jarmond listened to numerous ideas from students and also touched on the status of the Greater Heights campaign that he launched earlier this year.
BC hosted College GameDay last Saturday for the first time since 2009, and—despite the loss to No. 2 Clemson—the excitement surrounding the program rivaled that of decade’s past.
In order to solve the largest issues holding the institution back, which were laid out in the pillars making up the University’s new athletics capital campaign, Greater Heights, Jarmond realized he had been presented with a unique opportunity.
The athletics campaign—designed to foster student-athlete development, strengthen competitive excellence, increase external engagement, and improve facilities around campus—is the largest of any ACC school.
Martina Mosetti would rather set up a teammate than take the last shot herself, making her a perfect fit for Erik Johnson’s Eagles this year.
Broadcasting to audiences both locally and across the world, TJ Hartnett is an iconic voice of Boston College sports.
Lyft now has the designation of the Official Rideshare Partner of Boston College Athletics at Alumni Stadium and Conte Forum.
The Wounded Warrior Project, which pairs a BC student athlete with a war veteran, is hosting a gala Nov. 1 to raise funds for the program to continue into the spring semester.
An anonymous source started a petition calling on the University to include a larger pool and more tennis courts in the new recreation complex.