After leaving him to put on a one-man show for almost the entire month of February, Olivier Hanlan’s teammates delivered a terrific performance to help BC pick up its second ACC win this season.
Eagles’ goaltender Thatcher Demko put together his best performance of the 2014-15 season with 35 saves against the Fighting Irish, helping BC clinch a first-round bye in the Hockey East Tournament.
Senior midfielder Mikaela Rix and the deep Eagles’ roster on the fringe of seriously competing for a national championship. Enter the missing piece: freshman sensation Kenzie Kent.
John Gorman is a starter and a closer, a captain and a jokester. The staff ace can do it all for Boston College baseball.
With stronger, smarter hitters and a new strike zone, Allyson Frei adjusts to the big leap from high school to college.
Inspired by Pete Frates, the Eagles set their sights on a winning season as more than just a group of teammates.
Keep an eye on these Eagles as the 2015 baseball season kicks off.
Tommy Meloro, our resident idiot, explains why it is time to fire Jerry York.
The star guard’s 39 points, a season high, couldn’t lift the anemic Eagles over the Panthers.
BC had plenty of trouble maneuvering passes in the neutral zone, but defensemen Steve Santini and Noah Hanifin lifted the team over the edge to beat the Crimson.