Daily links for March 19, 2013.
Jim Delany: Big Ten could go to D-III if O'Bannon beats NCAA (SI.com)
Where if pay-for-play happens, Wake Forest will drop out of the FBS and the Big Ten will drop to Division III. Seriously.
Matt Hasselbeck to sign with Indianapolis Colts, source (ESPN)
It didn't take long for veteran quarterback Matt Hasselbeck to find a new team. Hasselbeck plans to sign with the Indianapolis Colts on Tuesday, a league source told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter. With the Colts, the 37-year-old Hasselbeck would serve as a backup to Andrew Luck.
Anderson, Hanlan Named To Coaches All-ACC Teams (BCEagles.com)
Sophomore Ryan Anderson earned third-team honors and freshman Olivier Hanlan was again the only unanimous choice on the all-freshman team as the inaugural Coaches All-ACC Basketball teams were announced on Monday.
Austin Cangelosi, The Program Changer (Conte Confidential)
With only 12 regular season games and the playoffs remaining in his USHL career, Cangelosi is starting to look towards coming to the Heights in the fall. For the Estero, Fla. native, committing to BC was the obvious choice, both athletically and academically.
Crowley Named AHCA Coach of the Year Finalist (BCEagles.com)
Boston College women’s hockey head coach Katie King Crowley was recognized as one of six finalists for the FlexxCoach/AHCA Division One Women’s Hockey Coach of the Year award in an announcement made by the AHCA on Monday.
Mark McDevitt Joins Boston College Women's Soccer Staff (BCEagles.com)
A native of Derry, Northern Ireland, McDevitt has been a volunteer assistant coach at Boston University for the last two seasons. Prior to working at BU, McDevitt was an assistant coach with the Boston Renegades W League from 2008-2009. He also served as the interim head coach with the team in 2007.
Sailing Wins St. Mary's Regatta (BCEagles.com)
Freshman Erika Reineke and sophomore Elizabeth Barnard, the B boat team, took first place out of 17 teams in the B division for a score of 24 points. The A division team of senior Stephanie Hudson and sophomore Kate Wysocki finished seventh, scoring 107 points.