CHESTNUT HILL, Mass. – The Boston College baseball team will play the Sixth Annual ALS Awareness Game at Fenway Park, the team and the Boston Red Sox announced on Wednesday. The Eagles’ game, played in honor of former captain Pete Frates who was diagnosed with ALS in March 2012, will feature an Atlantic Coast Conference matchup against […]
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BEVERLY, Mass. – The Boston College baseball team joined Pete Frates and his family at Frates’ home in for the presentation of the 2017 NCAA Inspiration Award on Tuesday afternoon. NCAA President Dr. Mark Emmert presented Frates with this year’s award in front of his family, friends, former teammates, the 2017 Eagles baseball team, local […]
CHESTNUT HILL, Mass. – The 15th-ranked Boston College baseball team released the 2017 schedule on Monday. The 56-game slate features 23 home games, 10 matchups against 2016 NCAA Tournament participants and a rematch with Super Regional opponent Miami. The Eagles open the season on Feb. 17 with a three-game series at Bethune-Cookman. The Wildcats made […]
CHESTNUT HILL, Mass. – Former Boston College baseball captain Pete Frates became the face of a life-altering disease in August 2014. Not only did he help bring in millions of dollars for much-needed research for ALS, he inspired people across the globe – patients, families, caregivers and doctors alike – to stop at nothing for […]
The Boston Business Journal writer Catherine Carlock is reporting that on Wednesday, Boston College submitted plans with the Boston Redevelopment Authority for new baseball and softball playing fields, a recreation field and support building in Brighton, a project that’s part of a $200 million athletics complex plan for the college.
The top program from the Northeast over the last couple of seasons with wins and losses has been the Bryant University Bulldogs. But are they really the top program in the Northeast? This past season, Boston College advanced to the Super Regionals and took the University of Miami right to the brink in the Coral […]