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Boston College Daily Links: Pressure Off For Defending Champs?

Daily links for Tuesday, March 26.


BC eager to start title defense vs. Union (Boston Herald)
“I don’t think there’s any pressure on us,” said Mullane. “When you get to this point, everyone you play is a good team. I think we can use it (defending champions) to our advantage and hopefully, lead the young guys and let them know how it’s done.”

"Union gets Boston College in NCAA hockey tournament (updates with 3 videos)" by Parting Schotts (Daily Gazette)
“Once you get to the NCAA tournament, there’s going to be good teams, no matter who you are playing,” Union junior defenseman and team captain Mat Bodie said in the team’s locker room at Messa Rink after the pairings were announced. “It just so happens we are playing the defending national champions. We’ve had a target on our back for a lot of the year. Now, we can put a target on their back.”

Boyles Earns Defensive Player of the Week Honors (
Senior goaltender Corinne Boyles earned Hockey East Defensive Player of the Week honors for the fifth time this season for her stellar performance against Minnesota in the Frozen Four on Friday.

Lacrosse Falls to No. 3/3 North Carolina, 19-11 (
Sophomore Mikaela Rix scored five goals for the second consecutive game, but Boston College fell to No. 3/3 North Carolina, 19-11, at Fetzer Field in Chapel Hill, N.C., on Saturday night.

Sailing Takes Second in 35th Duplin Trophy Intersectional Regatta (
The Eagles headed to the Medford Boat Club on Upper Mystic Lake this past weekend for the 35th annual Duplin Trophy, a round-robin intersectional regatta. BC took second place, finishing just short of Yale and ahead of Tufts.

Sailing Wins The 84th Boston Dinghy Club Challenge Cup (
The Boston College sailing team won the 84th Boston Dinghy Club Challenge Cup this past weekend. The intersection regatta took place on Saturday, March 23 and Sunday, March 24 and was hosted by Harvard and MIT.

Eagles Finish 5th in Central Series Two Race (
It was a blustery day at Boston University, with winds between 15 and 20 knots for the in-conference Central Series Two regatta on March 23. Boston College finished with 30 points and earned fifth place overall.

McKenzie Meehan Talks About Her Overseas Team Experience (
Boston College freshman McKenzie Meehan is back on campus after playing for the Under-20 US Women's National Team in early March. Meehan talks about her experience.