// Joe Trapani

Clemson Hands BC First Conference Loss

Boston College faced its most difficult test of the season in Clemson, South Carolina and could not come up with a passing grade. The No. 21 Tigers trounced the Eagles 72-56. With the loss the Eagles now fall to 1-1 in the ACC. At halftime, Clemson had a 12 point cushion and it only grew in the second. […]

FINALLY! BC Takes Care of Mid-Major NJIT

What’s the best way to forget struggles against mid-major opponents? The New Jersey Institute of Technology. The former Division II program visited Conte Forum, but Boston College must have not receieved the memo NJIT is now Divison I. The Eagles acted as if the Highlanders didn’t belong on the same court, winning 89-32. For the […]

Raji, Trapani Second Half Surge Leads BC Over UMass

After totaling two points in the first half, Corey Raji and Joe Trapani combined for 34 points in the second half. The second half surge allowed Boston College to cruise to a 79-67 win over UMass. The two-headed second half monster was far from a terror in the first half. Trapani missed seven of his first eight shots, […]

Eagles Swat Away Wolverines, ACC Drops Challenge

The clock in the Crisler Arena read 5:08 when Reggie Jackson’s layup fell through the net giving Boston College 57 points and a 17 point lead. Just four minutes later the Eagles still had 57 points and saw Manny Harris, the Big Ten’s leading scorer, with the ball with a chance to slice BC’s lead to three. Harris instead […]

Boston College Basketball Preview: The Forwards and Centers

The Eagles get on the court a couple times this week and let us help you get acquainted with the team. For a look at the backcourt, check out the guard preview. Small Forward   Fact Corey Raji will start again at Small Forward. The rugged, undersized big man was second on the team in […]