An abundance of live-ball turnovers by the Eagles led to a 26-0 disparity in points off turnovers, one which they could never overcome in a loss to Virginia.
The Eagles defeated Syracuse on New Year’s Day in their conference opener, earning their first ACC regular season victory since March 7, 2015.
Five Eagles reached double figures in a 79-67 upset win over the Friars, BC’s last game before conference play starts next week.
The Eagles could not extend their two-game win streak against Fairfield on Wednesday night. Ky Bowman’s 33-point effort failed to lift BC over the Stags.
With a renewed focus on defense and rebounding, the Eagles bounced back from their season-opening defeat in a 73-57 win over UMES at home.
After a poor start to the season against Nicholls State, the Eagles found their footing against Maryland Eastern Shore in a 73-57 win.
In a surprising move, Nicholls State upset Boston College men’s basketball on Friday night. The Eagles’ relative inexperience, free throw percentage, and defensive breakdowns all contributed to the loss.
Two graduate transfers, Mo Jeffers and Connar Tava, have come to Boston College to make the team bigger. But first, they have to rise up themselves.