The Fastest Man In Boston (Boston Magazine)
Boston College’s Tim Ritchie is making his marathon debut, and should be the first local to cross the finish line on Monday.
TE Chris Pantale's injury is behind him (Packers.com)
Packers.com presents 'Prospect Primer,' a video look at an assortment of draft-eligible players who attended the scouting combine in Indianapolis. Boston College's Chris Pantale started 38 games over his first three seasons before missing the first half of last season with a broken foot. After returning from the broken foot, caught four passes in a game four times over the final six contests of his college career.
Jets sign kicker Derek Dimke, punter Ryan Quigley (CBSSports.com)
Quigley will be looking to replace Malone, who averaged 45.8 yards per punt last season, ranking 18th in the league. In four preseason games with the Bears last year, Quigley averaged 41.4 yards on 16 punts.
Softball Falls in Series Finale to Virginia Tech (BCEagles.com)
Meanwhile, Boston College softball is 1-11 ACC. Baseball / softball are a combined 1-28 ACC.
No. 19/17 Lacrosse Defeats Brown, 15-12 (BCEagles.com)
Sophomore Covie Stanwick recorded six points on four goals and two assists to help No. 19/17 Boston College extend its winning streak to five games beating Brown, 15-12, at Stevenson Field on Sunday afternoon.
Gaudreau returning to Boston College with eye towards 2014 Frozen Four (Hockey's Future)
Jerry York is better at life than you. "It was awesome to see Coach out here, with his eye, how bad it is, it was cool to see how many trains he took and how long it would take him just to come out here," said Gaudreau. "Things like this, they don't surprise me. He does these kinds of little things all the time and it doesn't surprise me at all. He's just such a great guy, on and off the ice. I was surprised when I heard the news, but, at the same time, I kind of figured he would do it. I'm just really honored to get a chance to play for him, and my two years with him have been pretty special."
More 2014 Frozen Fenway Details (The Mack Report)
Boston College and Notre Dame will play in the nightcap on January 4, 2014. Everyone plays everyone over two Saturdays. Everyone gets a trophy.
No. 61 Women's Tennis Defeats Wake Forest, 5-2 (BCEagles.com)
Freshmen Katya Vasilyev and Wan-Yi Sweeting each won in singles and doubles for the second consecutive match as No. 61 Boston College defeated Wake Forest, 5-2, at the Leighton Courts in Winston-Salem, N.C., on Sunday.