Boston College football coach Steve Addazio visited ESPN studios in Bristol on Tuesday for several appearances across all ESPN Platforms. Here are the links:
On to today's links:
Cameron Seward favors two, but likes Geoff Collins (Mississippi Recruiting Report)
The 6-foot-1, 200-pound athlete from Westminster School told the Clarion-Ledger that Boston College and California were the two schools that currently top his list. Seward has already visited Boston College, and plans to visit California this summer. "Boston College sticks out – they’ve been recruiting me the hardest by far," Seward said. "Cal definitely sticks out too.
Boston College, Duke interested in Summit Country Day football standouts Michael Barwick and Antonio Woods (Cincinnati.com)
Boston College and Duke were at school today with interest in Summit Country Day 2014 standouts Antonio Woods and Michael Barwick, according to Summit coach Mike Brown.
ACC Basketball Breakdown: Boston College's young players on the brink of growing up (syracuse.com)
Boston College will be a team to watch in 2013-14. Donohue seems to be building a team and a program in the same way that he brought along younger players as a group at Cornell and let them grow into a unit. Anderson and Hanlon are potential all-conference players. Dragicevich, Rahon and Lonnie Jackson provide experience. Clifford could be the difference between a middle-of-the-pack finish and an NCAA Tournament bid.
Coach Kampmann takes time to talk Eagles basketball (BC Gavel)
"I think Coach has a great temperament," Woody said, "He is a very positive person and he spends a lot of time in practice teaching. I also think individual players get better when they play for him. He is so dedicated to improving guys’ games, whether it be the way they shoot free throws, their footwork on jump shots, or even as small as how they catch the ball. He simply is always trying to improve some aspect of an individual’s game, which will help the team improve."
Women's Sailing Earns Reed Trophy (BCEagles.com)
The Boston College women's sailing team won the NEISA Women's Championship over the weekend at the conference regatta hosted by Tufts University. BC sailed away with the Reed Trophy as the team posted 53 points.
Softball's Rally Falls Short At UConn (BCEagles.com)
Trailing 4-0 after three innings, the BC softball team rallied to knot the score before ultimately falling 6-4 to the Connecticut Huskies on Tuesday afternoon.
Past and Present WIH Players Invited to U.S. WNT Selection Camp (BCEagles.com)
Two former and three current members of the Boston College women's hockey team have been invited to participate in the 2013 U.S. Women's National Team Selection Camp set to take place from June 16-23 in Lake Placid, N.Y.