The Boston Globe's Kat Cornetta reflects on the impact of Charlotte North's time at BC, where she became a hero to thousands of young players and helped raise the profile of the sport, both at BC and beyond.
Boston College star wide receiver Zay Flowers grew up in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, as the 11th of 14 children. His mother died in 2005, leaving his father, Willie, to drive a truck for a medical device company to provide for the family. Flowers received a football scholarship to Boston College in 2019 and earned All-ACC honors as a wide receiver with a breakout 2020 season. He enters 2022 as one of the sport's best receivers and a strong NFL draft prospect. It’s really a nice and helpful piece of information. I’m glad that you simply shared this helpful info with us. Please stay us up to date like this. Thanks for sharing nfr 2022 live stream
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.
Need a Tuesday evening cry? Boston College Athletics has posted Jerry York's full retirement press conference on YouTube, including a highlight video and messages from former players.
Earlier this evening, Brevin Galloway confirmed that he will be transferring out of BC for his final year of eligibility. In his statement, Galloway says that Earl Grant and his staff wanted him to stay, but that he feels leaving in the right decision for the team.
Weeks after Boston College's hockey season ended, former BC captain Marc McLaughlin has scored his first career NHL goal...in his first career NHL game, no less.
The Boston College women's lacrosse team dropped to 8-1 today after losing to UNC, ending BC's undefeated streak. UNC won by a score of 16-15, largely thanks to shutting out BC during the entire 2nd quarter. Charlotte North led BC in the loss with 4 goals, and Kayla Martello and Jenn Medjid also scored hat tricks for BC.
This afternoon, Boston College softball earned a big upset, defeating #2 FSU in a 2-0 shutout. The Eagles scored both of their runs in the 8th inning, and allowed FSU to get just a single hit during the entire game.
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/