Boston College center Quinten Post is still nursing an ankle sprain and will remained sidelined for the opening of the ACC tournament against Louisville. Should BC advance, Post could return for the following rounds.
Earl Grant said on Monday morning that Quinten Post suffered a sprained ankle versus Georgia Tech last week and his injury is day-to-day. The team hopes he can return for the ACC tournament, which starts Tuesday against Louisville.
The Eagles with another big upset tonight, defeating Virginia by a score of 63-48. Full recap to come.
Boston College women’s lacrosse opened their season today against the #18 USC Trojans and won a wire-to-wire contest with ease, finishing with a 14-3 win. Jenn Medjid led the way with 5 goals and McKenna Davis had an impressive 2 goals and 5 assists. Goalie Rachel Hall starts off on the right foot too, allowing just 3 goals in 3 quarters of play before being subbed out in the 4th.
Boston College Athletics took a huge step forward in improving the men's and women's basketball programs by securing funding for a new Hoag Basketball Pavilion. Teams have now begun practicing in the new facilities and the remainder of the construction (locker rooms, strength & conditioning, tech, etc.) are set to be completed soon.
The Boston College women's basketball team ended a 5 game losing streak today, defeating Pitt by a score of 74-60. The Eagles shot 52.6% from the floor in today's win, and were led by Ally VanTimmeren who had a standout game with 17 points. Andrea Daley also had a stellar game for BC, recording a double-double with 10 points and a team leading 12 rebounds.
The Eagles' struggles continued tonight, as they lost their 5th straight game tonight. BC fell to Miami by a score of 86-65, despite leading 41-37 at halftime. The Eagles had a decent offensive game, including 7 baskets from behind the arc, but made an unacceptable 27 turnovers, leading to 24 Miami points. Without Dontavia Waggoner, BC also struggled on defense - Miami had 5 blocks to BC's 1 and 22 steals to BC's 4.
Boston College defeated Southern Miss on Saturday evening to head to the NIVC Championship. It's their first postseason championship appearance in program history.
Kevin Pyne, former 4-star OL recruit, has announced his intentions to transfer to Rhode Island from Boston College. Pyne saw the field in only one game in his Boston College career, against Syracuse in the 2022 season finale.
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.