Although men’s basketball and football improved in 2016-17, the lack of postseason magic from BC’s smaller sports made this year worse than last year.
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.
Martin Jarmond arrived on campus to a flurry of questions on Monday. He’ll have a full plate, but here’s what he should address first.
Every time the Boston Marathon rolls around, BC advertises and supports the sport of running. But for the other 364 days of the year, the school fails to live up to its name.
Georgetown University just made the right move in hiring Patrick Ewing to be its next men’s basketball coach—and a few years down the road, BC might benefit from the precedent set by the Hoyas.
North Carolina repealed the controversial HB2 legislation, but replaced it with a bill that still allows for discrimination of the state’s LGBTQ+ community.
Often, bench players are an afterthought. But with Luke Maye’s game-winning shot in Sunday’s South Regional final, everyone was reminded how important a supporting cast really is.
Seth Beer has crushed Birdball in six career games, batting .381 with three home runs. But BC shouldn’t feel bad—the former swimming prodigy is doing it to everyone in college baseball.
Just like Mike Krzyzewski and Duke men’s basketball, Jerry York and BC men’s hockey will bounce right back to winning ways next year after a disappointingly early end to the 2016-17 season.
Is LaVar Ball a cocky loud-mouth? An overbearing father? Sports editor Riley Overend thinks he might be a pioneer for student-athlete rights with his Big Baller Brand.