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Boston College Daily Links: Kuechly In The Fast Lane

Daily Links for May 20, 2014

Jeremy Brevard-USA TODAY Sports

Good morning! We've got the whole Chris Kreider/Montreal 911 episode covered in a later post. Here are links on some other BC topics from yesterday - including another successful alum in the pros:

Panthers' Luke Kuechly and Ron Rivera enjoy life in fast lane (ESPN)

Carolina Panthers linebacker Luke Kuechly started Saturday night's Sprint All-Star race as the driver of the pace car.

Pretty cool to see the Boy Wonder becoming such a superstar.

Boston College 2013-14 Year in Review, Part I: Football (Soaring To Glory)

Soaring to Glory reviews the full 2013-14 year in Boston College Eagles sports, beginning with the 2013 Boston College football season.

This should be an interesting series.

Commentary: Holy Cross can cast a wide net in search for Pearl’s replacement (

Guess who wrote this story? That's right - NEW GUY!!!

Women's Track Competes In ECAC Championships (

The Boston College women's track and field team competed in the 2014 ECAC Championships this weekend held at Princeton's Weaver Stadium. Sophomore Danielle Winslow placed second in the steeplechase with a time of 10:18.51 while junior Madeleine Davidson placed third in the 5000m by finishing in 16:23.17.

Baseball's Chin Named ACC Pitcher of the Week (

Boston College redshirt sophomore Andrew Chin was named Atlantic Coast Conference Pitcher of the Week for his performance against 25th-ranked Clemson on May 16. The left-handed starter threw a two-hit complete game as the Eagles (22-33, 10-20 ACC) defeated the Tigers, 3-1.

McNelis: Finality of BC's Season, My Senior Year (Lacrosse Magazine)

What a year it has been for the Boston College women's lacrosse team. Not only did we have the best record in program history, but we also made it to the Elite Eight for the first time...ever. Unfortunately, we fell short of a final four bid by falling to Syracuse 11-9 this past weekend. Despite this tough loss, I could not be more proud of my team and what we have accomplished this season and during the NCAA tournament.

No, the Boston College Eagle Did not Fly Away During Graduation (

There was a brief scare for those in attendance at Boston College’s graduation today when Challenger, a live bald eagle, appeared to fly away during the school’s commencement ceremony. Shortly after the eagle was released in the bleachers, it soared around Alumni Stadium and went out of sight, causing concern among some audience members.