Fresh off a quarterfinal win over Providence, the Eagles are set to take on No. 3 Massachusetts in the Hockey East Tournament semifinal Friday with a berth in the final on the line.
Eleven different players found their way onto the scoresheet, as Boston College lacrosse broke a program record for goals scored in a game and eased past Massachusetts 25-14 Thursday afternoon.
Graham McPhee scored in both the first and second period for the Eagles, but Massachusetts responded with three goals in the second frame to earn a 4-2 victory and sweep BC.
Daniel Moverman, MCAS ’18, and Tara Hebert, MCAS ’18 tackled the world’s persisting problem of illiteracy.
In anticipation of the March For Our Lives, one of the largest nationwide gun-control related protests in recent memory, students and alumni from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School are continuing to push their gun-control agenda throughout a seven-day stretch dubbed Eagle Pride Week.
Former UMass field hockey forward Nicole Cordero had her way with BC during her collegiate career. But now as an assistant to head coach Kelly Doton, it’s her job to help the Eagles make a postseason run.
In a memorable 2017 campaign, Boston College lacrosse head coach Acacia Walker not only broke the program record for wins, but also led her team to its first national championship in school history.
Kate Weeks rattled off a career-high eight goals, propelling BC to an 18-10 victory over No. 15 Massachusetts on Wednesday.