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Boston College beat Merrimack, 4-2, before 7,390 fans at Kelley Rink. More importantly, the program's victory secured a milestone for its coach. It marked win No. 900 for Jerry York.
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Tommy Cross and the Boston College Eagles put a lot of hard work and effort into their game preparations. And when it comes to the Beanpot, their attention to detail is even greater. NESN followed Cross and some of the hockey team's other players around on the day of the Beanpot final to see what a day in their life is like. It's clear that their schedules are jam-packed...
Jerry York and the Boston College Eagles took down Hockey East rival Merrimack 4-2 on Friday night, putting themselves in even better position for the Hockey East tournament but more importantly giving York his long coveted 900th career victory. York was proud of the achievement after the game, as he is only the second college hockey coach all time to accomplish the feat, but remained...
Boston College head coach Jerry York picked up his 900th career victory on Friday night, making him just the second coach to accomplish that feat. And while there's no denying the knowledge and leadership that York brings to the table, it's his enthusiasm that's truly remarkable. He's one of the most passionate coaches in sports, and it's translated into success...
Boston University has historically dominated the Beanpot, but Boston College has enjoyed recent success, winning three straight titles. This year's final, during which BC pulled out an overtime win over BU, was one of the more thrilling in recent memory. It was likely even more special for the team's seniors, including defenseman Tommy Cross, who has become a leader since...
Eagles score four in fourth inning to come back from 3-0 deficit
Boston College coach Jerry York posted his 900th coaching victory, marking yet another milestone in the legendary coach's career. NESN took a behind-the-scenes look at the Eagles' experience at the 60th Beanpot, where BC claimed the trophy with a 3-2 win over Boston University.
The best defensemen in Hockey East history more often than not have come from one of two teams -- Boston College or Boston University. The Eagles and Terriers have had a history of putting out successful players at every position, and the blue line is no exception, with the Eagles really manufacturing the d-men. The best-known example of this is Brian Leetch, one of the best defensemen...
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TSR's photography Wayne Ramsay caught all the action in Maryland's win over Boston College.
Postgame quotes from Maryland's 81-65 victory over Boston College on Thursday night at Comcast Center.
The Boston College (1-0) lacrosse squad defeated Holy Cross (0-2), 16-5, in the Eagles' season opener on Friday afternoon at Holy Cross Field.
The Boston College baseball team earned its second win in two days, beating James Madison, 8-5, on Saturday afternoon at the Caravelle Resort Tournament hosted by Coastal Carolina at Vrooman Field at Charles Watson Stadium.
Sophomore Kristen Doherty led the Eagles with 17 points, as Boston College (7-19, 2-11) made a late comeback to defeat Clemson (6-18, 2-11), 56-53, on Thursday evening at Conte Forum.
Clare Droesch was fearless on the basketball court as a player at Boston College. Now she's taking that same approach to the challenge of fighting cancer. It's been nearly two months since the 29-year-old Droesch was diagnosed with breast cancer and she's doing everything she can to beat her latest opponent.
WHO: Boston College at No. 20 Georgia TechWHEN: Sunday, Feb. 19, 2012TIME: 2 p.m.VIEW: http://www.ramblinwreck.com/allaccess/?media=283799TRACK: Twitter/bc_wbbFOLLOW: Gametracker at www.bceagles.com