In 45 years of coaching, Jerry York has only seen three players like Austin Cangelosi, The Heights’ Male Athlete of the Year: Nathan Gerbe, Cam Atkinson, and Johnny Gaudreau.
After two years on the job, sports editor Michael Sullivan is no longer afraid to fly. So he’s taking off again.
The San Diego, Calif. native will leave Boston College as arguably the greatest goaltender in program history.
Teddy Doherty, Steve Santini, Miles Wood, Adam Gilmour, and Alex Tuch are all leaving. More are on the way, too.
Uncertainty lies ahead for Jerry York’s crew. But when has that ever stopped the Eagles before?
The BC superstar edged out several greats to take home the highest honor in the country for a collegiate goaltender.
The Crimson senior beat out Michigan’s Kyle Connor and BC’s own Thatcher Demko for the nation’s highest honor in college hockey.
A fateful first 10 minutes put the Eagles in an early hole, and by the time they surged back, it was too late in a 3-2 loss to Quinnipiac.
Brothers Ryan and Casey Fitzgerald have each had breakout seasons. That’s been the difference maker in BC’s path to the Frozen Four.
With his two goal performance on Saturday against Duluth, Teddy Doherty has solidified himself at BC as the perfect (and unique) balance between exceptional leader and dangerous player.