While varsity athletes are offered extensive services to cover injuries, intramural competitors are often left to suffer through them.
Think twice before condemning Brad Bates for voting down this widely supported measure.
The vote passed 79-1 with the NCAA’s Power Five Conferences, with BC athletics the dissenting vote, arguing the measure would further segregate athletes.
The report also revealed that BC women’s coaches are paid well below any other program in the conference, and female athletes are allotted less financial aid than male athletes.
The Atlantic Coast Conference released a statement on Tuesday promoting five priorities that the conference is sending to the NCAA as a part of the organization’s new autonomy structure—one of which was meeting college athletes’ full cost of attendance.
When Boston Mayor Martin J. Walsh, WCAS ’09, returns from a trip abroad, he’ll have an ordinance waiting for him that, if signed, would directly interject local government into the BC athletic department and every other athletic department in the city.
Above all, Derek Jeter stood up for the team. Perhaps that is why the extra mile I and so many others have gone to acknowledge Jeter’s success runs contrary to the reasons we respect him.
The Boston College football team is not planning on using the special red bandanna uniforms worn against USC again this season, BC Athletics confirmed today.
Sheltering from the sudden September downpour last Saturday evening, 791 Boston College students took advantage of the newly introduced SuperFan Zone just inside Gate A of Alumni Stadium.
Concurrent with the start of the football season, the Boston College athletic department implemented new features to the Gold Pass—an athletic event ticketing mechanism available to students via their Boston College student IDs and now through a smartphone app.