When plans for BC’s new athletic facility did not include a 3-meter diving board, swim and dive coach Tom Groden grew concerned about what it meant for the future of his program.
IRS Form 990 Reveals Christian’s 2014-15 Salary, York’s Compensation Doubled
BC’s annual IRS Form 990 shows that men’s basketball head coach Jim Christian received about the same as Steve Donahue, while Jerry York’s salary jumped over a million.
Anonymous Online Source Posts Petition Concerning Plans for New Plex
An anonymous source started a petition calling on the University to include a larger pool and more tennis courts in the new recreation complex.
Brad Bates Advises Students to ‘Live in the Moment’
Brad Bates spoke at Agape Latte’s final event of the year on Tuesday night. His talk featured stories from his childhood, his first encounter with his wife, and how he discovered to appreciate life.
BC Athletics Turns Down Potential Fenway Game vs. UConn
BC Athletics is also struggling to sell tickets to its game against Georgia Tech in Dublin, Ireland.
University Leadership Must Show Commitment to BC Athletics
After a recent Boston Globe article criticizing BC Athletics, University administration must address the issues to improve the state of sports.
Boston College Athletics to Pursue Creation of Indoor Practice Facility
On Monday afternoon, Boston College Athletics announced plans for an indoor practice facility to be used by all teams.
I Changed My Mind, Pay Them Their Damn Money
The time has come for college athletes to earn some form of payment, and an Olympic model will work perfectly.
Boston College Schedules Purdue for 2018 and 2020 Seasons
The Eagles will fly to West Lafayette, Ind. on Sept. 22, 2018, before welcoming the Boilermakers on Sept. 26, 2020.
Weak Schedule Will Be Best For BC’s Long-Term Development
BC football was forced to schedule two FCS opponents in 2015 because of a broken contract with New Mexico State. Although many look down on the weak schedule, it will be best for the youthful Eagles in the end.