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Daily links for Friday, February 22, 2013.
Q&A: Boston College coach Steve Addazio (ESPN ACC Blog)
Saying all the right things.
Boston College’s Emmett Cleary hoping for a chance in the NFL (WEEI)
“BC, they’re concerned about you as more than just a football player, so as much as developing my body and my skills, they help to develop you as a man, as an intellectual, as a person,” he said. “I hope that shines through in this process.”
Women's Basketball Falls to No. 8/8 Maryland, 86-61 (BCEagles.com)
Senior Kerri Shields scored her 1,000th career point, and junior Kristen Doherty notched a team-high 18 points as Boston College lost to No. 8/8 Maryland, 86-61, in front of 1,145 fans in Conte Forum on Tuesday night.
Sunday's BC-Merrimack game sold out (The Mack Report)
Merrimack breaking out the big guns this weekend for their home game versus Boston College. Rally towels for about 1/2 the seating capacity of Lawler.
Q&A: Teddy Doherty (Conte Confidential)
He’s just the best; there is no one better than him. He teaches you the fundamentals, but outside of hockey he harps on the little things. Not in a bad way: he wants us to be clean-shaven, to get a haircut, to be the “little men” on campus so we blend in with everyone else. The emphasis on the little things is what I think makes us successful.
Kristen Mewis Named To US National Team Roster (BCEagles.com)
Former Boston College midfielder Kristen Mewis was named to the U.S. Women's National team 23-player roster for the 2013 Algarve Cup in Portugal this afternoon. The US team will compete from March 6-13 in the tournament and will depart for Portugal on Feb. 25.