After going down against Duke this weekend, Boston College guard Makai Ashton-Langford will be out of the line-up tonight against New Hampshire. Earl Grant will hopefully give us more information in his post-game presser.
The Boston College volleyball team defeated St. John’s in straight sets today to stay undefeated in NIVC play. The Eagles will now move on to the NIVC quarterfinals. Today’s win was BC’s 21st of the year, a program best.
Boston College’s injury woes continue into basketball season, as BC announced that Donald Hand Jr. will miss the remainder of the season while recovering from ACL surgery.
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Boston College’s offensive line has been depleted by injuries all season, and it seems that the remaining starters have been stricken by a bad flu bug that could keep them limited against Notre Dame on Saturday. They will all attempt to play, but circumstances may force back-ups to see the field.
Earl Grant has confirmed that two of his team's top players, Quinten Post and DeMarr Langford Jr., will be out with injuries for tonight's season opener against Cornell. This feels like familiar territory for Boston College fans this season, as nearly every BC football game has come with a pre-game injury announcement, raising concerns about the strength/conditioning/recovery work happening (or not happening) on the Heights.
The Boston College men’s hockey team has played three games since we last dove into how things look, picking up two wins over New Hampshire with a non-league tie against Northeastern in the process. And they’ve looked good in all three games, full stop. The first win over UNH was a nice rebound after a sluggish start to the season, but being able to skate with and at times outplay a Northeastern team that was ranked in the top ten during the preseason last Tuesday was truly impressive. Following that out with a dominating performance against UNH and the vibes around the team have to be good right now. Here’s some of what stood out in the three games. FIRST LINE LOOKS GREAT... Let’s start things off with the shiny new toy. Cutter Gauthier made his debut in last Tuesday’s game against Northeastern, centering BC’s top line. He was the fifth overall pick in last year’s draft and there were some pretty high expectations surrounding him coming into this season. Through two games, he’s living up to them
This makes 4 injured BC offensive linemen on the season.