The coach, who led the Eagles to the postseason in his each of his first two seasons, received the ultimate vote of confidence from the Athletics Department.
Kelsick, Boudreau, and Hughes paced BC Sunday afternoon, each scoring in double digit points.
Two main factors will push BC over the edge heading into the tougher part of its schedule come 2015.
Sure, they played sloppy, but the Eagles still got their fourth consecutive win Sunday afternoon.
Five goals may seem hopeful for BC’s anemic offense, yet the goalie remains the star in a victory over Michigan.
They didn’t always thrill the crowd Thursday night, but Dennis Clifford and the Eagles got the job done against the Black Bears.
A win does not excuse BC’s issues in finding an identity on the court.
Will Tyler Murphy and Co. run rampant over Penn State, or will Josh Keyes and the defense stifle the Nittany Lions?
Despite past struggles against Penn State, BC gets another shot at the Nittany Lions in the Pinstripe Bowl.
In a city known as Titletown, Boston College should be mentioned alongside the Celtics, Bruins, Red Sox, and Patriots.