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Boston College, UMass Complete 2011 Recruiting Class

Local programs Boston College and the University of Massachusetts have their 2011 recruiting classes signed, sealed and delivered. Days after losing its No. 1 prospect Graham Stewart to Florida, Boston College bounced back and signed a total of 23 prospects Wednesday. At the top of the list includes, Albert Louis-Jean, Brian Miller, Connor Wujciak and […]

Boston College Loses Top Recruit Graham Stewart to Florida

With National Signing Day approaching, Boston College has lost its No. 1 recruit to the Florida Gators. Xavier High School linebacker Graham Stewart decided to head to the SEC after previously committing to BC in mid-August. The loss of Stewart heavily effects the Eagles overall 2011 recruiting class. According to Rivals, BC is ranked sixth […]

Boston College’s Offense Struggles in Fight Hunger Bowl Loss

Boston College started their season inconsistently, the middle stretch mirrored that same performance, and the end concluded the both patterns. In a way, the beginning, middle and end all resembled inconsistency and underachievement. Despite coming off a five-game winning streak, BC fell to Nevada 20-13 in the Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl. BC started off the […]

Former BC QB Brian St. Pierre to Start for Panthers

After a good career at Boston College, quarterback Brian St. Pierre has had little success at the NFL level. Drafted in the fifth round in 2002, St. Pierre has thrown just five passes in eight NFL seasons with the Steelers (twice), Ravens, and Cardinals. Out of desperation, the Carolina Panthers signed the 30-year-old St. Pierre […]

Virginia Tech Picked to Win ACC, BC Picked for 3rd in Atlantic

In a poll of Associated Press college football writers, Boston College was picked to finish in the Atlantic Division of the ACC, just behind No. 2 Clemson and favorite Florida State. Virginia Tech was picked to win the Coastal Division, followed by Miami, Georgia Tech, North Carolina, Duke and Virginia. According to Boston.com’s Mark Blaudschun, […]

Three BC Hockey Players Charged in Crash

The Eagles may have won the National Championship mere weeks ago, but the news is not all good surrounding the hockey program at the Heights Monday morning. Three BC Hockey players were in a vehicle which struck a MBTA Green Line trolley just east of campus early Monday. In addition to the three hockey players, […]

BC Wins National Championship Behind Muse, Atkinson

Boston College won its second national championship in three years with a 5-0 victory over Wisconsin Saturday night. The Eagles have been to four championship games in the past five seasons and got revenge on the Badgers from the 2006 title game, which went to the Madison bunch. The championship was the fourth in BC […]

Eagles Continue to Own Miami; Muse Perfect in NCAAs

Boston College will advance to yet another NCAA Championship Game after ousting Miami (Ohio) yet again the the tournament, 7-1. The Eagles will face Wisconsin in the final Saturday night in a rematch of the 2006 final, which the Badgers won. Wisconsin also won their semifinal easily, 8-1 over RIT. The Eagles have now beaten […]

BC to Hire Cornell Coach Steve Donahue

After cutting ties longtime coach Al Skinner, Boston College appears ready to move in a different direction, snagging upstart coach Steve Donahue from Cornell. They could have gone with former assistant coaches Ed Cooley or Bill Coen, but it appears the school wanted to get away from Al Skinner altogether and start fresh. Donahue recently […]

BC and Skinner Split After 13 Seasons

Al Skinner will not be on the Eagles sideline next season, closing the book on the most successful basketball coach in the program’s history. Skinner compiled a 247-165 record with the Eagles and now holds a 385-291 record overall in his coaching career, spanning 22 seasons with a stop at Rhode Island prior to BC. […]

BC Outduels Yale to Advance to Frozen Four

The Eagles and Bulldogs staged one of the wildest hockey games one may ever see in Sunday’s Northeast Regional Final. BC, the top seed, survived third seeded Yale 9-7 to advance to the Frozen Four. Yale used three goalies and 16 players made it onto the scoresheet. John Muse remains undefeated in NCAA tournament games […]

BC Moves on, UNH Shut Down

Hockey East is down to one team as the original field of 16 was whittled down to six after the second day of action. The Northeast and Midwest Regionals will send their members to the Frozen Four on Sunday to trim the field to four. BC skated past Alaska-Fairbanks 3-1 in the day’s first game […]

UNH Rips Cornell; Vermont Penalties Spell Doom

Hockey East saw two of its three teams in the NCAA Tournament in action on the tourney’s opening night with mixed results. New Hampshire, playing in an evening contest, got off to a slow start,┬átrailing 1-0 with three minutes to go in the second period to Cornell and their goalie, Ben Scrivens. Scrivens had not […]

BC Up to Third in Pre-Tournament Poll

The brackets were announced on Sunday morning and USCHO.com released its latest poll on schedule days before the tournament is to begin. For the first time since December, teams other than Miami and Denver got first place votes, however, the two titans this season have held the top spots since November and the trend continues […]

BC, UNH, Vermont in NCAA Hockey Tournament

The NCAA Men’s Hockey Championship bracket was announced Sunday morning and Hockey East will see three teams in the 16 team field. Boston College, the Hockey East tournament champions will be a number one seed in the Northeast Regional in nearby Worcester. New Hampshire, the Hockey East regular season champs, will be the East’s third […]