Olivier Hanlan was selected by the Utah Jazz in the NBA Draft at No. 42 overall, but the former BC guard doesn’t seem to be a good fit with his new team.
The junior guard was the first BC player selected in the NBA Draft since Reggie Jackson in 2012. Hanlan averaged 19.5 points per game in a campaign that saw him take home All-ACC and Eagle of the Year honors.
No one man can replace a bat like Chris Shaw. Scouting, other bats, and a little luck are the key.
The BC slugger joins Tony Sanchez and Chris Lambert as the school’s only baseball players drafted in the first round of the MLB Draft.
Birdball won’t head into the summer with a perfect ending, but it’s possible that it may just yet to be written.
Guard Ian Silberman, center Andy Gallik, and defensive end Brian Mihalik were all drafted by teams on the third day of the NFL Draft. Quarterback Tyler Murphy, linebacker Josh Keyes, guard Bobby Vardaro, and defensive back Manuel Asprilla will also earn training camp tryouts as undrafted free agents.
BC junior Erika Reineke is the 2015 NEISA Women’s Sailor of the Year, but she isn’t finished—her goal is a spot in the 2016 Olympic Games.
The Eagles took advantage of two games outside of the ACC, beating the Rams and the Bulldogs this week.
BC softball split a weekend series with UMass, then returned home to dominate the Providence Friars on Wednesday.
Athletes out west feel too stressed from their sports commitments. And while BC does a good job alleviating these pressures, Brad Bates and the department still have a lot of work to do.