Kevin C. Cox
Daily Links for Tuesday, February 19.
COLUMN: Clifford Stays Centered In Trying Season (The Heights)
“[My knee] has been hurting a little, but it’s been feeling a lot better than it has in the past,” he said. “So if Coach sees me working in practice and feeling pretty good I think it’s more likely that I’ll get to play like I have in the last few games.”
Carolina Panthers LB Luke Kuechly returns to BC to tackle studies (CharlotteObserver.com)
The Charlotte Observer sits down with Luke Kuechly to talk about the former Eagles star's return to campus.
Women's Basketball Loses To Miami, 79-54 (BCEagles.com)
Boston College (10-15, 4-10 ACC) was led by junior Katie Zenevitch with her third double-double (15 points, 10 rebounds) of the season, while junior Shayra Brown added 10 points. Tessah Holt had nine points, three assists and three steals.
Hobey Watch 2013 (College Hockey News)
Like other candidates, gifted linemates boost his candidacy, but there's no doubting Gaudreau is the true engine of the Eagles' offense. Of his 22 assists, 19 have been primaries and many have been jawdropping passes that resulted in easy tap ins for his teammates. His 1.48 points per game are second nationally behind only Carey.
Carpenter Earns Player of the Week Honors (BCEagles.com)
The Reading, Mass. native was honored for the fifth time this season after her four goal and four assist performance over three games last week. Sunday’s three point effort against Connecticut was a milestone day as she reached the 100-point plateau in just 65 career games played.
Red Sox Using Relievers Against Boston College, Northeastern (Over the Monster)
Rather than use his starters, a group that manager John Farrell doesn't plan to deploy until next week, Boston's relievers will get to pitch against the college rosters of Boston College and Northeastern University in Thursday's spring training doubleheader.
ACC Power Rankings: Week of 2/18 (Streaking The Lawn)
11. Boston College. And, somehow, BC is even younger than Wake Forest. They are 3-9, but have lost games vs. NC State, Miami, and Duke and @ Wake Forest, Maryland, and FSU by 5 points or less. The Hoos can't take their late season rematch with BC for granted.
Former Eagle Igoe Prepares for World Cup; Coaching High School Lacrosse (BCEagles.com)
The Framingham, Mass., native made the U.S National Team after almost two years of rigorous and stressful tryouts. During that time, Igoe has been one of about 40 players who have trained year round for this opportunity. This year, that number was cut to 25 in November and then to 18 in January to finalize the roster for this summer.