Boston College men’s basketball could not capitalize on its late 8–0 run against North Carolina Tuesday, falling to the Tar Heels for its fourth-straight loss.
Boston College men’s basketball fell to Wake Forest Saturday, the Eagles third straight loss. It’s the third time this season BC has allowed 80 or more points.
Boston College men’s basketball defeated Notre Dame Tuesday night in Chestnut Hill behind Jaeden Zackery’s 18 points for its second conference win.
Despite Quinten Post’s return to the floor for BC men’s basketball, the Eagles came up short in their contest against Syracuse, falling 79–65.
A limited Boston College men’s basketball roster lost steam in the second half at Nebraska and fell 88–67 in ACC/Big Ten Challenge.
BC men’s basketball rallied for its second straight win Friday against Detroit Mercy, led by Mason Madsen’s 18 points. Madsen’s 3-pointer with 14 seconds secured BC the win.
The Eagles—returning four out of their five starters and four of their five top scorers from last season—will look to build off their 13-win 2021–22 season.
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.