Boston College athletes are taking advantage of deals following a long-disputed decision by the NCAA to allow athletes to profit off of their names, images, and likeness.
BC women’s basketball won a game Sunday for the first time in a month-and-a-half. The Eagles were underdogs going into their weekend matchup against Georgia Tech but managed to secure a six-point win.
Boston College women’s basketball held the lead for most of the game, but Miami came back in the fourth quarter to secure a 17-point win.
After almost two weeks without a game, BC returned to action Wednesday in a contested loss to Pitt. The Eagles held a late lead and Taylor Soule scored a game-high 27 points, but neither was enough to avoid BC’s ultimate three-point loss.
A 3-pointer by Makayla Dickens tied the game at 33 midway through the second quarter, but the Cardinals drubbed BC in the second half and won 97-68.
Boston College women’s basketball lost to Notre Dame 83-73 on Sunday despite a season-high 13 3-pointers. The Eagles played three competitive quarters but let the Irish run away with the lead in the fourth.
Ally Van Timmeren and Cameron Swartz each had 17 points, but Boston College women’s basketball came up short against No. 2 Louisville.
The Eagles struggled for most of the game and trailed 60-48 with 2:35 to play, but, led by Makayla Dickens, secured a dramatic comeback victory.