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Boston College Women’s Basketball Adds T’Yana Todd to Incoming Class

Taylor Soule to Transfer to Virginia Tech

Boston College Women’s Basketball Loses Another Player as Taylor Soule Reportedly Enters Transfer Portal

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Cam Swartz Announces Transfer to Georgia Tech

Another Boston College women’s basketball player has announced her transfer destination. Cam Swartz, who was arguably BC’s best player this past season, is set to transfer to ACC foe Georgia Tech for her final year of eligibility. Swartz’s loss is a big one for BC, as she was the difference maker in many games during her time on the Heights.

Marnelle Garraud to Transfer to Vanderbilt

Joanna Bernabei-McNamee : “Right Where [I’m] Supposed to Be”

Boston College Falls to Columbia in WNIT Third Round Heartbreaker

Pair of Boston College Women’s Basketball Players Reportedly Set to Transfer

How to Watch: Boston College Women’s Basketball at Columbia, WNIT Third Round

Boston College Women’s Basketball Heads to Columbia for Round 3 of WNIT

Taylor Soule’s Career High 33 Points Lead Boston College to Victory Over Quinnipiac

How to Watch: Boston College Women’s Basketball vs. Quinnipiac, WNIT Second Round

Boston College Women’s Basketball to Host Quinnipiac in 2nd Round of WNIT

Boston College Basketball Defeats Maine, Moves on to WNIT Second Round

WNIT Game Thread: Boston College Women’s Basketball vs. Maine

How to Watch: Boston College Women’s Basketball vs. Maine, WNIT First Round

Boston College Women’s Basketball to Face Maine at Conte Forum in Round 1 of WNIT

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Boston College Women's Basketball Confirmed as First Team Out of NCAA Tournament

Boston College has been confirmed to be the first team out in this year's NCAA Tournament bracket. The Eagles, who have earned an automatic qualifier position in the WNIT, fell out of the last 4 teams in after losing to FSU in the ACC Tournament. This puts BC in position as the first standby team if any current tournament team is unable to accept a spot in the tournament/

Boston College Women’s Basketball Earns Automatic Qualifier Spot in WNIT

Future Eagle Taina Mair Named 2021-22 Gatorade Massachusetts Girls Basketball Player of the Year

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Boston College Women’s Basketball Falls to FSU in ACC Tournament

The Boston College Eagles lost to FSU by a score of 63-58 today in the second round of the ACC Tournament. The Eagles spent much of the game down by double digits before a late comeback attempt pushed them to within 2, but it was too little too late for BC. The Eagles were one of the final 4 teams into the NCAA Tournament ahead of today, and FSU was one of the final four out, so the Eagles will now have to wait to see if they make the cut on selection day.

ACC Tournament How to Watch: Boston College Women’s Basketball vs. FSU

ACC Tournament Stats Breakdown: Boston College Women’s Basketball vs. FSU

BC Interruption Player of the Week: Maria Gakdeng (Women’s Basketball)

ACC TOURNAMENT: Previewing Boston College Women’s Basketball vs. Florida State in Round 2

Boston College Women’s Basketball Ends Regular Season with Win at Syracuse

Maria Gakdeng Crushes BC’s Single Season Blocks Record in Women’s Basketball’s Victory Over Duke

Strong First Half Leads Boston College Women’s Basketball to Senior Day Victory

Strong First Quarter Not Enough to Lead Boston College Women’s Basketball Past FSU

Boston College Women’s Basketball Loses Overtime Heartbreaker to #5 NC State

‘We can really show that we’re one of the best teams in the ACC’: A Q&A with Boston College Women’s Basketball Freshman Maria Gakdeng

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Boston College Women's Basketball Falls to Virginia Tech

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The Boston College women's basketball team continues to struggle on the road as the Eagles fell to Virginia tech by a score of 85-62 this afternoon. The Eagles really lost this one on rebounds (they were out-rebounded 40-30) and on fouls (Virginia Tech went 31-for-33 from behind the free throw line). Taylor Soule fouled out of the game, and Cam Swartz, Maria Gakdeng, and Ally VanTimmeren each earned 4 person fouls.