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Conference tournaments in the major winter sports are just about to begin, and it’s nice that we expect some March magic in at least one sport.
BC Hockey: Hockey East tourney an all-inclusive affair
For the first time as a double-digit member conference, the Hockey East Tournament will include all comers. While this is probably good for the conference as one-game playoffs tend to build excitement and every team gets to pay attention, the teams with byes might not like what they get, either. In the article, Jerry York says that the bye puts Boston College “in an unusual situation” of being a top seed but not getting to play again for two weeks.
This is something that the Eagles will have to view as an opportunity and shake off any rust that occurs.
BC Women’s Basketball: Three with 20 lead Tech women to win over BC
The Boston College ladies basketball team lost again, this time to Georgia Tech. The women are now 12-18 (3-13) on the season heading into their ACC Tournament as the 15th and final seed, destined to play #10 Virginia on Wednesday afternoon.
BC Women’s Tennis: Seminoles Take Down Boston College, 6-1
What is perhaps the most shocking element of all is that college tennis ranks down as far as #56, which is where Boston College could be found before losing to Florida State.