We’re still months away from tipoff for Boston College men’s basketball, but even so, there’s lots to look forward to for the 2020-21 season.
The likes of Derryck Thornton, Steffon Mitchell, and Jared Hamilton will aim to provide BC leadership alongside a group of freshmen brimming with potential.
Four-star, Top-100 recruit DeMarr Langford announced his commitment to the Eagles Saturday. His brother, Makai Ashton-Langford, also transferred to BC in July. Langford is the second Top-100 recruit the Eagles have secured in 12 years.
BC tips off the 2019-20 season against Wake Forest in November, hosts the defending champions Virginia and Northwestern in the ACC/B1G Challenge, and also play in the inaugural Al Attles Classic at Chase Center in San Francisco, Calif.
BC and head coach Jim Christian took a blow on Wednesday, as it announced that talented point guard Wynston Tabbs would undergo knee surgery and miss the 2019-20 season.
Ky Bowman reportedly could have been drafted in the second round on Thursday night, but didn’t want to commit to a two-way contract.
Derryck Thornton was a five-star ESPN 100 recruit who originally played at Duke before transferring to USC after his freshman season.
In the latest edition of our weekly roundup, we discuss lacrosse passing a pair of road tests, baseball picking up its first-ever win at Louisville, women’s hockey falling short in the Hockey East Tournament final, and more.
The Eagles started out well against the Wolfpack, but for the rest of the contest, they were completely dominated en route to a blowout loss.