Eagle Hour Podcast: Senior Day Player Reviews

Evan breaks down senior day Boston College men’s basketball was defeated by Virginia Tech Saturday afternoon 91-75, stretching the Eagles’ losing streak to 12 games. The Eagles led 40-38 at halftime, but gave up 53 second half points to the Hokies. Saturday’s duel with Virginia Tech was the last home game of the season for the Eagles, who honored Garland Owens Jr., Mo Jeffers...
Via BC Interruption
February 25, 2017

Grayson Allen trip victim weighs in on incident

The latest Grayson Allen trip victim has weighed in on the controversial actions of the Duke guard. Connar Tava, a senior forward for Boston College, sent a few tweets about the incident after his squad lost to the Blue Devils 93-82 on Saturday. Tava noted the pattern of Allen’s repeated trips: Can't stop, won't stop — Connar Tava (@megacon_2) January...
Via Larry Brown Sports
January 07, 2017  |  Discuss

WATCH: Grayson Allen appears to trip Boston College player

Duke guard Grayson Allen still has not learned his lesson, it seems. Allen was suspended by the team for an indefinite period of time—which ended up being only one game—and returned to action in Wednesday’s game against Georgia Tech. But on Saturday, Allen showed he may still be up to his old tricks. Duke squared off against Boston College, and Allen played more than any...
Via The Sports Daily
January 07, 2017  |  Discuss

Basketball adds 5th transfer

Jim Christian added some much needed front line depth with Western Michigan PF Connar Tava. He missed this past season with a foot injury. Tava put up respectable numbers in MAC play two years ago. The best part of this all is that A.J Turner helped bring him to campus. The two were high school teammates. When your best players are selling the program at least we know there is hope...
Via Eagle in Atlanta
March 29, 2016  |  Discuss

Tava leads Western Michigan to 81-78 OT win over Toledo

TOLEDO, Ohio (AP) Connar Tava had 25 points and 11 rebounds as Western Michigan came back to knock off Toledo 81-78 in overtime on Saturday night. Jordan Lauf gave Toledo a 78-77 lead after splitting a pair of free throws with 1:38 left in extra time. Mario Matasovic slammed home a dunk and then had a layup after an Austin Richie steal to seal it for Western Michigan. David Brown...
Via Associated Press
January 17, 2015  |  Discuss

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