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…
In 45 years of coaching, Jerry York has only seen three players like Austin Cangelosi, The Heights’ Male Athlete of the Year: Nathan Gerbe, Cam Atkinson, and Johnny Gaudreau.
Fighting through adversity, both expected and not, BC head coach Katie Crowley put together the best season of her coaching career.
McKenzie Meehan, The Heights’ Female Athlete of the Year, recovered from two terribly-timed injuries to set three major records for BC women’s soccer.
Sam Apuzzo, The Heights’ 2016-17 female breakout athlete of the year, is all over the national leaderboard for women’s lacrosse.
At first, Ky Bowman was an inconsistent role player. Now, he’s one of the ACC’s best and, as a result, The Heights’ Breakout Male Athlete of the Year.
Brian Rapp pitched seven strong innings, Gian Martellini crushed a three-run homer, and BC beat the Hurricanes, 9-2, on Sunday afternoon.
The Eagles will play Ohio State a few years later than expected, with the home-and-home series taking place in 2026 and 2027.
Senior Tatiana Cortez showed up on Senior Day, hitting two home runs en route to a BC win over NC State.
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.