Two players from Boston College women’s hockey will be taking a leave of absence from the program next year to train and compete as part of the United States national team. Megan Keller and Kali Flanagan, both defensemen for the Eagles, will start training in September. The honor of joining the national team this year…
The Heights usually highlights people that BC would eventually want to tout as famous alumni. But there are plenty of students whose commitment to their passions deserve recognition.
Since she came to Boston College a year late as a transfer, Shannon Kelly is trying to make up for lost time by participating in the typical BC traditions.
‘Going in Style’ touches on the struggles against the clock, while remaining light-hearted enough for any viewer to relate and relish in.
Shannon Kelly gives some advice to the prospective members of the Class of 2021: you always end up where you’re supposed to.
@BC_ResLife, the office’s Twitter account, has been serving up sass during the weeks of room selection since 2015.
Mellissa Channell broke a scoreless deadlock with 16 seconds remaining in the third period, lifting No. 1 Wisconsin over the Eagles, 1-0, in the Frozen Four.
For the second straight night, Andie Anastos piloted an overtime victory. This time, the senior captain gathered a loose puck and flung a shot past Brittany Bulgalksi, lifting the Eagles over Northeastern and atop the Hockey East.
Two minutes into double overtime, Andie Anastos rebounded Kenzie Kent’s shot and found the back of the net, propelling BC to a 4-3 win over Vermont and sending it to Sunday’s Hockey East final.
Shannon Kelly discusses her love of McDonald’s, Krispy Kreme, and all of the finest junk foods, and how her first trip to SoulCycle changed how she thought about her diet.