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Boston College Daily Links: Assistant Coach Spinelli Thrilled To Be At BC

Daily Links for Thursday, April 17, 2014


BC’s Scott Spinelli a strong recruiter - Sports - The Boston Globe

"This is an extremely unique opportunity for me to bring my family back home and coach at a place I grew up rooting for as a kid,'' Spinelli, 47, said Monday. "I'm extremely excited to be able to come back and work for a coach I have known for 20 years and have a great respect for and I'm hoping to be able to help energize Boston College by going out and finding the kind of players that will help get this thing going again.''

On Campus - Olivier Hanlan Will Return to BC for Junior Season | Boston Herald

It appears new Boston College basketball coach Jim Christian has landed the first big recruit of his tenure - and it's a player the Eagles are already very familiar with.

Look back, look ahead: ACC basketball in 2014-15 (ESPN)

Three of the bottom four teams in the standings played poorly enough to end the season with their coaches being fired. Boston College arguably had the most disappointing seasons of them all relative to its talent level. The Eagles pulled it together long enough to hand Syracuse its first loss, which was the highlight of their season.

#6 Women's Lacrosse Beats Vermont, 16-11 - Boston College Official Athletic Site

Junior Covie Stanwick recorded eight points to lead the No. 6 women's lacrosse team to a 16-11 victory against Vermont on Wednesday afternoon at the Newton Campus Field. Stanwick scored two goals and dished out a career-high six assists. Junior Mikaela Rix and sophomore Sarah Mannelly both scored four goals while graduate student Brooke Blue added three goals. Rix also had five draw controls.

Baseball Walks Off Against UMass-Lowell - Boston College Official Athletic Site

The Boston College baseball team earned a 7-6, 10-inning victory over UMass-Lowell on Wednesday evening at Eddie Pellagrini Diamond at Commander Shea Field. Junior Blake Butera tallied his fourth career walk-off RBI single to bring home the winning run, while freshman Michael Strem had a break-out game, going 3-for-4 with five RBIs and two doubles.