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Boston College Daily Links: New Student Ticketing Initiative

The Boston College Athletics Department has announced a new method of selling student tickets to football, men's and women's basketball, and men's ice hockey.

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Eagles Announce Student Ticketing Initiative (BCEagles.com)
The Boston College Athletics Department has announced a new method of selling student tickets to football, men's and women's basketball, and men's ice hockey designed to simplify the purchasing process and to increase student attendance at all varsity sports events on campus.

ACC Football Commitment Lists: Atlantic Division, May 23 (ACC Sports Journal)
Boston College has caught up to Florida State to co-lead the Atlantic Division with nine commitments apiece in the 2014 class. Several teams in the Atlantic Division have received commitments in the last two weeks since the last update. Let’s see who committed.

Vanderbilt offers Everett DB Lubern Figaro (ESPN Boston)
The Commodores join a wide cornucopia of FBS programs that have been rolling in this spring with interest. To date the 6-foot, 180-pound Figaro has offers from Boston College, UMass, Michigan State, UConn, Syracuse and North Texas. Temple, Maryland and Miami (Fla.) have also shown varying degrees of interest, while FCS upstart Old Dominion has also extended an offer.

2013 NHL Draft Prospect: Boston College Recruit Zach Sanford (Western College Hockey Blog)
Kesselring had nothing but praise for Sanford's offensive abilities. "He's a dominant offensive player. He has good hands and can really maneuver around the other teams' defensemen," said Kesselring who was named the head coach at New Hampton Prep in April.

McCoshen and Cangelosi Honored by the USHL (Conte Confidential)
Future Boston College hockey players Ian McCoshen and Austin Cangelosi were honored by the United States Hockey League yesterday. McCoshen, a defenseman for the Waterloo Black Hawks, was named to the All-USHL First Team. Cangelosi, a forward for the Youngstown Phantoms, was named to the Second Team.

B's are up 3-1, but Kreider gets the game-winner. Win, win?