Found December 30, 2012 on
Run the Floor:
It's not fair to judge Steve Donahue on last year's 9-22 (4-12) season, just like it's not fair to judge him on his first year at BC when he went 21-13 with two postseason wins. He inherited a team with Reggie Jackson, Joe Trapani, Corey Raji, etc... and then promptly lost them all. Five guys played at least half the team's minutes last year and four of them were freshmen. The fifth was a junior who had transferred from Oregon and was on his way to transferring to West Virginia. Their losses read like a who's who of not to lose to: Holy Cross, Boston University, Rhode Island, Wake Forest. They had the 293rd ranked offense in the nation.
Now Donahue has two more freshmen in the starting lineup (Joe Rahon and Olivier Hanlon), and both are earning more minutes than any other player. They're the only ones to start every game and the rest of the players are a mish mash of last year's freshmen and some guys no one has heard of. Andrew Van Nest, a transfer f...
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MINNEAPOLIS Boston College's Jerry York has accomplished just about everything in his 41 years as a hockey coach. On Saturday, he added one more item to his already impressive resume: winningest hockey coach in NCAA history.
With BC's 5-2 win over Alabama-Huntsville on Saturday in the Mariucci Classic hosted by the University of Minnesota, York passed Ron Mason on the all...
Jerry York‘s win total is impressive. What may be even more impressive, though, is the Boston College coach’s impact beyond the bench, where his 924 wins have been accompanied by countless players singing his praises.
Several Boston College players had compliments for their head coach as the team came off its hockey layoff this week. Saturday’s matchup against Alabama-Huntsville...
Jerry York is alone at the top of the record books.
The Boston College head coach became the winningest coach in NCAA hockey history on Saturday, passing Ron Mason. The No. 1 Eagles beat Alabama-Hunstville 5-2 for York’s 925th win.
York starting his coaching career at Clarkson University in Potsdam, N.Y. in 1972. He moved on to Bowling Green in 1979 — where he won a national...
MINNEAPOLIS Minnesota wanted to make a statement.
This was the Boston College squad that knocked the Gophers out of the playoffs last year. These Eagles came to Minneapolis as the top-ranked team in college hockey.
How does a lopsided seven-goal victory do for a statement?
Fourth-ranked Minnesota trounced No. 1 Boston College on Sunday in the finale of the Mariucci Classic, beating...
Alexa Deluzio continued to be a thorn in Boston College's side Sunday, guiding No. 21 Florida State to its fourth straight victory, 76-70, in each team's Atlantic Coast Conference opener.
Deluzio, who scored a career-high 28 points at BC (6-5) in a 68-59 win last year, tallied 25 points and 12 rebounds Sunday. Natasha Howard also had a double-double for the Seminoles (11...
MINNEAPOLIS — Legendary Boston College head coach Jerry York fielded questions from the media following an 8-1 loss to Minnesota.
I would like to congratulate Boston College head coach Jerry York who won his 925 game last night, that’s no small feat. York has been coaching since the 1972-73 season, when he was the head coach of the Clarkson Knight’s.
Over a span of 40+ years and 1579 games York has compiled an impressive record of (925-559-95).
York won his first NCAA title 12 years after he became...