With COVID-19 forcing administrations to re-evaluate their athletics budgets, schools like Dartmouth are making the hard choice to cut non-revenue sports like its swimming and diving team. Amid the uncertainty, it is important to appreciate the hidden value non-revenue sports bring to both schools and their athletes.
Six Players Find the Net in BC’s Rout of Harvard
The Eagles battled to a come-from-behind, 7-2 win over Harvard in the second round of the Beanpot with six different Eagles finding the back of the net.
The Week in Photos: 1/21 – 1/26
This week, The Heights covered the men’s and women’s hockey games, a men’s basketball victory, a play, and Art After Dark. Here’s the week summed up in photos.
How Travis Roy Rebuilt After a Tragic Hockey Injury
Travis Roy became paralyzed just 11 seconds into his BU hockey career.
A New Era of BC Athletics Calls for a New Era of Eagles Uniforms
BC is about to enter into a new era of athletics, providing the perfect opportunity to update its uniforms and introduce new style.
LTE: A Message to BC Hockey Fans From Jerry York
“Seeing the entire student section packed while our team came to the ice for warmup was not only a sight for myself, our coaches, and student-athletes to behold, but it is a great representation of our university. I want to personally thank each and every one of you for coming out and supporting our team against one of our greatest rivals.”
BC Athletics to Drop “News” From Twitter Handles
Beginning on Friday, BC Athletics’s antiquated four primary Twitter accounts will now each have a fresh, new handle.
A Year in Boston College Athletics, 2015-16
It’s been 428 long games, plus countless meets, but our time covering Boston College Athletics has come to an end for this year. Here are our stories from 2015-16.