As the Eagles look to rebound from a disappointing 2015-16 campaign, here’s a look at what’s on the docket for this season.
Boston College men’s basketball head coach Jim Christian has signed a one-year extension on top of his five-year contract.
Two new players will join Boston College men’s basketball, as Delaware center Maurice Jeffers and BYU guard Jordan Chatman have both become Eagles.
Led by Sean Marshall, Skinner’s Frate Train, a group of BC alumni, attempted to win money for ALS and Pete Frates in The Basketball Tournament.
The freshman guard from Phoenix, Ariz. is the third underclassman to depart the program since its awful 7-25 campaign in 2015-16.
Based on his exploits on the court as a leader for a young and rebuilding team, and his dedication to Boston College, The Heights’ sports staff has selected Dennis Clifford as its 2015-16 Male Athlete of the Year.
By providing a whole new dimension to Boston College women’s basketball, Mariella Fasoula has earned The Heights’ sports staff’s award for Breakout Female Athlete of the Year.
Another undefeated season and national championship for UConn women’s basketball prompted claims that the Huskies are bad for the sport. Here’s why that is completely incorrect.
Matt Milon averaged 5.4 points per game for the Eagles in his freshman campaign.
Western Michigan University senior Connar Tava confirmed via Twitter that he will play basketball for the Eagles next year.