Eagles prey on Pagel in game at BC (The Daily Collegian)
"They’re a big fast physical football team and they certainly are on defense," said coach Kevin Morris. "Luke [Kuechly] in the middle accounts for just about everything. They’re very talented on the outside as well and they played a fine football game and we couldn't get it rolling and we couldn't get Kellen into a flow."
BC football team could be seeing better times (The Boston Globe)
"I have to get myself back into game shape,’’ said Harris. "Seeing my team [in danger of falling] to 0-4 and seeing how we responded so well, it just meant a lot to me to be out with my teammates again.’’
Even in rout, it’s mixed bag for BC (BostonHerald.com)
"Nothing new jumped out on the film that concerns, but the problems are still there," said Spaziani on his weekly conference call. "We’re managing our way through them. Fortunately we were able to get a ‘W,’ but we still have to improve in a lot of areas."
Eagles bring Minutemen up to speed (BostonHerald.com)
"We made mistakes, and you can’t give away points to a team like Boston College and expect to do well," Minutemen coach Kevin Morris said yesterday. "We threw an interception on the first play of the game and we just couldn’t rebound. We’re looking to win now and let next year be next year, but we have a ways to go. It’s disappointing when you feel like you have a shot to compete and then just give them away and gift-wrap a lot of points."
BC football team turns focus to Wake Forest (Enterprise News)
"You’re working, you’re trying to get better, but we’re all human beings," BC coach Frank Spaziani said after the victory. "You need positive reinforcement, and a victory is the best positive reinforcement you can have. Now we have to do the same thing like we did the first three weeks, have a short-term memory."
For Giants’ Mark Herzlich, a Passion to Succeed (NYTimes.com)
Before Mark Herzlich became the linebacker who overcame cancer, he was another football prodigy with a familiar dream.
Hockey East Preseason Awards (The College Hockey Blog)
Player of the Year - Brian Dumoulin, D, Boston College ... Freshman of the Year - John Gaudreau, Boston College
Alicia Blose Gives Women's Soccer A 2-1 OT Win (BCEagles.com)
Junior midfielder Alicia Blose scored her third goal of the season to lead No. 13 Boston College past Virginia Tech, 2-1, in double-overtime in an Atlantic Coast Conference match on Sunday afternoon. The Eagles remain unbeaten on the season with an 8-0-2 record and improve to 3-0-0 in the conference. Virginia Tech is now 8-3-0 overall and 1-1-1 in the conference.
W. Ice Hockey Scores Five Times Against McGill (BCEagles.com)
Senior forward Mary Restuccia scored twice and assisted a third goal to collect the three stars award in the Boston College women’s ice hockey win over defending CIS champion McGill on Sunday afternoon at Schneider Arena. The Eagles defeated the Martlets, 5-1, in the exhibition.
No. 6 Field Hockey Falls to American, 2-1 (BCEagles.com)
The Boston College (7-3) field hockey squad was defeated, 2-1, by American (3-5) on Sunday afternoon.