It looks like Olivier Hanlan’s days at Boston College are over.
The bracket is set for the NCAA Men’s College Hockey Tournament, and four local teams will be looking to finish the season in the Bay State when the Frozen Four comes to the TD Garden.
With one season of eligibility left in his collegiate career, junior guard Olivier Hanlan is faced with the decision of whether to stick around for another season, or declare for the draft.
Olivier Hanlan hit a jumper with 10.9 seconds left to help Boston College beat Georgia Tech 66-65 on Tuesday in the opening game of the Atlantic Coast Conference tournament.
Both the Eagles and Demon Deacons are locked into their ACC Tournament seeds.
Every member of both teams wore a No. 3 jersey in honor of Pete Frates, a former Boston College outfielder who is currently battling ALS.
It’s looking like the Eagles may avoid a last-place finish in the ACC.
Even hockey players aren’t tough enough to brave this storm.
The Nittany Lions played in a bowl game for the first time since the Jerry Sandusky child sex abuse scandal.
A former Boston College football player pleaded guilty Monday to an assault on a homeless man in Boston.