After defeating No. 5-seed Wake Forest in overtime the day earlier, N0. 13-seed BC fell to No. 4-seed Miami 71–69 in overtime on Thursday in the ACC Tournament quarterfinals.
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.
BC executed defensively and from behind the arc Monday, as the Eagles cruised to a 71–55 victory over Florida State.
Boston College men’s basketball fell to Duke on Saturday night, 72–61. Poor three-point percentage and Quinten Post’s absence contributed largely to the loss.
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.
Despite executing defensively, BC men’s basketball struggled to shoot Wednesday, and in its third game in five days, fell to North Carolina.