Kaylan Pugh scored 20 points and No. 10 seed Georgia Tech defeated No. 15 seed Boston College 71-67 in the first round of the ACC Tournament on Wednesday.
2017 ScheduleAll times ET
- 11/11L 65-56
- 11/14W 67-49
- 11/17L 71-66
- 11/20L 62-54
- 11/25L 72-64
- 11/26W 73-58
- 11/30L 60-56
- 12/4L 56-49
- 12/7W 71-64
- 12/10W 57-53
- 12/18W 66-46
- 12/21W 65-53
- 12/30W 64-53
- 1/2W 60-48
- 1/5L 56-43
- 1/8L 79-52
- 1/12L 71-67
- 1/15L 62-55
- 1/196L 80-69
- 1/2215L 67-44
- 1/26L 71-55
- 1/2917L 58-51
- 2/26L 85-53
- 2/524L 72-45
- 2/9W 88-77
- 2/1212L 68-43
- 2/1615L 70-58
- 2/235L 82-45
- 2/26L 82-79
- 3/1L 71-67
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Lindsay Allen had 18 points and eight assists and No. 5 Notre Dame overpowered Boston College 82-45 on Thursday night.
Dominque Wilson scored 23 points and No. 15 North Carolina State overcame a slow start to defeat Boston College 70-58 on Thursday night, giving the Wolfpack their second-straight 20-win season.
Kylee Shook had 14 points and Myisha Hines-Allen had a double-double and No. 12 Louisville rolled to a 68-43 win over Boston College on Sunday.
The nation's top-scoring backcourt, Alexis Peterson and Brittney Sykes, combined for 44 points, and No. 24 Syracuse rolled past Boston College 72-45 on Sunday.
Shakayla Thomas scored 20 points to lead No. 6 Florida State to an 85-53 rout of Boston College on Thursday night for its eighth straight win.
Laura Cornelius and Jessica Thomas scored 15 points apiece and No. 17 Miami recovered in the closing minutes to hand Boston College its eighth straight loss on Sunday, 58-51.
Lexie Brown scored 22 points and No. 15 Duke forced 25 turnovers in a 67-44 victory over Boston College on Sunday.
Marina Mabrey scored 21 points, Brianna Turner had 19 and sixth-ranked Notre Dame bounced back from a loss earlier this week with an 80-69 victory over Boston College on Thursday.
Whichever team emerges victorious between No. 2 Florida and No. 10 Louisville on Saturday will have the inside track to winning the Atlantic division.
We finally have some football in the books, and lots more to come. Let's crack open the ACC mailbag for a Kickoff Weekend edition.
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Now is as good a time as any to unveil our ACC preseason position rankings. Today, we rank the front seven.
Paul Kuharsky ESPN Staff Writer
Two undrafted rookies I've heard good things about: Nose tackle Antwaun Woods from USC and defensive end Mehdi Abdesmad from Boston College. Woods is the sort of space eater they expected he'd be. Abdesmad is 6-foot-6 and could provide cheaper height than Ropati Pitoitua as a base player who can bat some passes down.
There are several ACC players with the potential to rush for 1,000 yards. Here is a look at those who could hit that mark.
Steve Addazio has had a longtime affinity for Georgia Tech's offense, and he's already preparing to stop it when the two teams meet in September.
With spring practice in the rear-view mirror, we continue to look at each ACC team by position. Here is a look at the defensive backs.
There's nowhere to go but up for the Eagles, who were winless in the ACC last season but return a slew of young players who gained valuable experience.
Miah Spencer scored 17 points, Jennifer Mathurin added 15 and North Carolina State built a big first quarter lead and cruised to a 76-60 victory over Boston College on Thursday night in the Atlan
Ella Awobajo scored 12 points and pulled down 13 rebounds for her first double-double and 14th-seeded Boston College beat 11th-seeded Virginia Tech 49-37 on Wednesday in the first round of the AC
Madison Cable had 20 points and five steals Saturday to lead No. 2 Notre Dame to its third straight regular-season ACC title with a 70-58 win over Boston College.
Brianna Butler hit five 3-pointers and scored 19 points and No. 18 Syracuse closed its regular season with a 71-55 win over Boston College on Thursday night.
New horizon for B.C. intramural sports
Boston College Athletics Director Brad Bates announced plans today for three projects to enhance intercollegiate, intramural and club sports. The three projects include a recreational center, athletics playing fields and an athletics field house -- an investment of approximately $200 million. BC News