On Monday afternoon, Boston College Athletics announced plans for an indoor practice facility to be used by all teams.
After losing $1.68 million in 2013-14, men’s basketball rebounded in 2014-15, turning a profit of $1.12 million, according to the University’s Equity in Athletics Data Report.
BC football fans who want to tailgate on Shea Field during the 2015 season will now require one of 20 tickets distributed by season ticket holders.
BC Athletics will introduce slight changes to the Gold Pass App next year, including a lottery based on seniority for the Eagles’ football game against Notre Dame on Nov. 21.
BC paid Steve Addazio 57 percent more than his predecessor, Frank Spaziani, in 2013. Brad Bates also received a salary increase in comparison to former AD Gene DiFilippo.
Boston College is allotted just 5,000 tickets for the game, with priority given to those who’ve made significant financial contributions to school.
While April 6th is commemorated nationally as Student-Athlete Day, BC Athletics has planned a week of events to show appreciation for its student-athletes’ commitment to the University’s mission.
Pete Frates was named Communicator of the Year by PRWeek for his success with starting and spreading the ALS Icebucket Challenge and raising awareness for the disease.
Ex-addict and former BC basketball player Chris Herren returns to BC to share his experience with substance abuse and his struggle toward sobriety.
Second round of Men’s Beanpot pushed back two weeks due to Winter Storm Marcus.