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Boston College Daily Links: Meehan Preps for U20 World Cup

Daily Links for Monday, July 28, 2014

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Fresh off winning the oh-so-prestigious BCI Award as the year's top female athlete, McKenzie Meehan was profiled in the Boston Herald as she prepares for the upcoming FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup in Canada. The tournament begins on August 5, with the final being contested on August 24 - so should the US go all the way, Meehan will miss the start of BC's season. The women open vs. Colgate on Friday, August 22, then play at BU on Sunday, August 24.

On Campus- BC's Meehan Prepares for U-20 World Cup  | Boston Herald

The 2014 FIFA World Cup might have ended, but Boston College soccer player McKenzie Meehan's international dream is just about to get underwa

GREENSBORO: DeCock: ACC’s Swofford exhales at end of long, pivotal year | Luke DeCock |

ACC commissioner John Swofford had plenty to smile about in Greensboro last weekend: In the space of a year, the future of the ACC was safely secured - along with a national championship in football.

Hendricken’s Justin Mazzulla picks up BC offer | Sports - Pro, College & High School coverage | Providence Journal

Justin Mazzulla emerged as a key factor in Bishop Hendricken's run to the state basketball title as a mere freshman and he's kept busy this summer.


Giants RB Andre Williams uses racquet balls to try to improve pass catching |

Andre Williams is trying just about everything to improve as a receiver

Jay Paterno lawsuit against Penn State is an embarrassment - LancasterOnline: Sports

The lawsuit Jay Paterno and fellow former Penn State University assistant football coach Bill Kenney filed against Penn State last week is an embarrassment - all 41 pages of it. In fact, "embarrassment" might not be a strong enough word.

I'm just going to leave this one right here without any further comment; I really don't need to get into another Twitter argument with the Paterno People. That was a harrowing experience.

What are you looking forward to this week? It's the week that brings us the start of August... AKA, the month the Eagles return. Good times.