Alejandro Bedoya Considers the Next Stop in His Soccer Odyssey (NYTimes.com)
Bedoya, a 25-year-old midfielder raised in Miami, has been participating this month in the United States national team’s training camp. Of the 25 players invited, he was the only one not attached to a club team, having become a free agent when his short-term contract with Helsingborgs IF, the reigning champion of Sweden, expired earlier this month.
2012 postseason top 25 players: No. 21 (ESPN ACC Blog)
The fact that Amidon averaged 100 yards per game when it was obvious he was the favorite target and BC couldn’t run the ball was impressive. He was a first-team all-ACC selection by the media, and a second-team all-ACC player in the coaches’ team. He had a breakout season in 2012, and was easily the most reliable player on the roster. Amidon accounted for 40 percent of quarterback Chase Rettig’s passing yards. He was an invaluable part of the offense.
Meet Freshman Austin Solecitto (BCEagles.com)
Freshman lefty Austin Solecitto was the 2012 runner-up for New Jersey Gatorade Player of the Year. He was also chosen as a 2012 Preseason First-Team All-Region selection by Perfect Game USA and a Preseason First-Team All-State selection by ESPNHS. The Franklin Lakes, N.J., native earned First-Team All-State honors as a senior and he opened the 2012 season with a no-hitter, striking out 11.
The New BC Basketball Team at the 50-Game Mark (Soaring To Glory)
I want this team on the bubble next year at a minimum. Anything less would show us that their trajectory is not going to take them to new heights, that they will not meet their potential, and that Donahue’s 2011 class was a collective bust. The Eagles will make the NCAA Tournament again someday, but if they can’t get back on track towards it next year, then why did we all suffer the last few seasons? What was the point? What improvement did we truly make?
Carpenter Earns Co-Player of the Week Honors (BCEagles.com)
The Reading, Mass. native took home the honors for the third consecutive week and fourth time overall this year for her performances this past weekend against Providence and Connecticut. Carpenter recorded seven points over two games this weekend, including her second hat trick of the season in the BC’s 8-0 win over the Huskies on Sunday.
Close call: Minnesota retains No. 1 spot in D-I men’s rankings (USCHO.com)
New Hampshire jumps one to No. 3, Miami rises two to No. 4 and Boston College falls two to No. 5.