In a busy weekend for BC tennis, the men took down BU but lost to Louisville, while the women defeated UMass but fell to Brown.
“By continuing to be vague about plans for a pool, BC is threatening the viability of swimming as a sport at BC.”
BC rowing dominated over MIT in its meet this weekend, with every boat finishing before each of MIT’s boats. Tennis, golf, track, and sailing also competed in a busy weekend for BC sports.
Fencing captured the NEICF title after a strong tournament showing in a busy weekend for BC athletics.
Women’s tennis beat Harvard and UMass in a busy weekend for Boston College athletics.
While men’s and women’s tennis couldn’t find a win on Friday, women’s track and field grabbed first at UMass and rowing finished strongly at VIllanova.
Over the weekend, men’s and women’s tennis struggled, track and field kicked off the outdoor season, and the rowing Beanpot was cancelled.
Over the past week, men’s and women’s tennis went 3-0, track and field struggled at a BU Invitational, and skiing stayed near the bottom at the Dartmouth Carnival.
Men’s and women’s track had good weekends at Boston University, but men’s tennis, women’s tennis, and skiing did not impress.
The BC track and tennis teams each had good weekends, but swimming and skiing struggled to compete against their competition.