Boston College Daily Roundup: October 16, 2019
Your daily briefing on what's going on with Boston College athletics, including full TV listings
Today's Boston College Eagles Schedule:
Men's Tennis at ITA Regionals, Philadelphia Pennsylvania.
Men's Golf: Finished fourth in Autotrader Collegiate Classic. Freshman Nick Cummings finished third overall shooting a -9 for the tournament. The Eagles resume competition in February, when they head to the TPC Dorado Beach Collegiate in Dorado, Puerto Rico from February 23-25.
Women's Golf: Boston College finished 11th out of 22nd teams in the Palmetto Intercollegiate. Junior Bibilani Liu finished 10th overall, with a 1-under par total of 215, and was the top Eagle. This was the final match of the calendar year for the team, who will resume action in the Gold Rush Intercollegiate, hosted by Long Beach State on Feb. 24-25.
Did You Notice?
Two Eagles Drafted In XFL Draft: Running back Andre Williams, and offensive lineman Ian Silberman were picked by the Houston Roughnecks and New York Guardians respectively. The XFL kicks off after the Super Bowl in February.
Thatcher Demko Wins First Start Of Year: Former Boston College goalie Thatcher Demko stopped 22 of 23 shots in his first game as a starter this season. The Canucks went on to win the game 5-1.
Steffon Mitchell Has Been Working On Offense One of the biggest deficits in Mitchell's game has been his offense, which according to Rich Thompson's report has been something he has been working on all summer.
This Day In Boston College History
October 16, 2015:
Boston College 5 Wisconsin 0: Led by two goals by Austin Cangelosi and Colin White, Boston College took care of business at home against the Badgers. Goalie Thatcher Demko completed the shutout stopping all 20 shots by Wisconsin.
Steve Addazio on his defense this week:
"We're in the same place we have been. If you watch our defense right now we're a little bit of a roller coaster ride. And what we have to learn to do is handle adversity a little bit. We make a lot of mistakes right now and we have to learn how to grow up and handle that. It's not like, oh, this guy's getting blocked into here and, oh, we're getting mauled or -- no, no, no. What it is is we have a lot mistakes being made we have got some coverages being blown and I thought we did a good job of starting to tap that back down the couple weeks before that. And then it showed up a little bit again. We lost essentially our whole secondary and the Hamp deal hurt us and the McDuffie deal hurt us too. So on top of everybody we lost, we also lost those two guys that really should have been functioning within the framework."