Wednesday afternoon, Boston College men’s basketball rallied to fight a 10-point, second-half deficit to defeat No.5-seed Wake Forest in OT, 82–77. The Eagles advance to the ACC Tournament’s quarterfinals with the win.
Boston College men’s basketball lost its final game of the season on Wednesday night to Miami by a score of 81–70.
On Saturday, Boston College men’s basketball fell 76–56 to Syracuse on the road. The Eagles committed 15 turnovers and were abysmal shooting from the field.
Boston College men’s basketball’s Saturday matchup against Pitt was postponed due to a blizzard, but the Eagles eclipsed a 69–56 victory over the Panthers on Sunday. Brothers Makai Ashton-Langford and DeMarr Langford Jr. lead BC with 21 and 17 points, respectively.
On Saturday, Boston College men’s basketball derailed the Virginia Tech Hokies en route to a 68–63 victory on the backs of James Karnik and Makai Ashton-Langford. Karnik reached 1,000 career points marking a historic night for the senior forward.
After winning its last three games, and opening ACC play on a tear with a statement win against Notre Dame, the Eagles took a hit at Saint Louis. Despite a fiery second half by Makai Ashton-Langford, BC fell short by 11 points.
Boston College men’s basketball opened the ACC portion of its schedule Friday night with a blowout win over rival Notre Dame.