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Boston College's Luke Kuechly Named To AP All-American First Team (SB Nation Boston)
Boston College junior linebacker Luke Kuechly's stock continues to rise higher and higher, as the Butkus Award winner was named to the Associated Press All-American First Team on Wednesday afternoon. Kuechly led the nation in total tackles (191) and solo stops (102) and has a school-record 532 career tackles with the Eagles.

Second viewing thoughts and grade report: Miami (Eagle in Atlanta)
Since the game, Gene'e spouted off about Spaz, Spaz has had the clumsy interviews with the Globe and Herald and the football world has taken shots at BC for keeping Spaz. But I see the Miami game as microcosm of what should have been in 2011 and what we may be in 2012.

Analysis: Daniels Runs The Show (Heights Sports Blog)
Although the win came against a Stony Brook team that isn’t very good and could hardly make a shot, things are starting to come together for the Boston College men’s basketball team. In a 66-51 win, Jordan Daniels cemented himself as this team’s point guard and the catalyst for offensive efficiency. Here is what he’s doing well and how his play is improving the BC offense as a whole.

Boston College junior Kristin Mewis is one of four nominees for New England Soccer News women’s college player of the year, and a regional nominee for the Soccer News Net Women’s College Boot, recognizing the national player of the year.

Local southpaw says 'yes' to Boston College baseball (Peterborough Examiner)
Like his father Glen, Travis Seabrooke dreams of one day playing in the big leagues but his sport of choice is not hockey, it's baseball. Another important step for the 16-year-old left-handed pitcher was making a verbal commitment last week to Boston College for the fall of 2013.

Former Eagle Doyle Selected Second Overall in Rule 5 Draft (
Former Boston College pitcher Terry Doyle was taken by the Minnesota Twins from the Chicago White Sox with the second overall pick of the Rule 5 draft on Thursday.

Alex Carpenter Named WHEA Player of the Week (
Boston College women’s ice hockey freshman center Alex Carpenter was named the Athletic Republic Hockey East Player of the Week in a conference announcement on Monday. The North Reading, Mass. native garnered her third league honor of the season with a three-point (2g, 1a) weekend against Mercyhurst.

Ratings Roundup Week 12 (
The Boston College women’s ice hockey team retained its No. 4 ranking in the USCHO and USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine polls this week. The Eagles closed out the calendar year with split against Mercyhurst, topping the Lakers 4-2 before falling 2-3 in overtime.