Boston College Daily Roundup: October 12, 2019

A.J. Black

Your daily briefing on what's going on with Boston College athletics, including full TV listings

Today's Boston College Eagles Schedule:

Men's X-Country: New England Championships at Franklin Park 
Rowing: Head of the Housatonic, in Connecticut


Men's Hockey Defeats Wisconsin 5-3: Led two goals by Julius Mattila, the Eagles saw four different players score goals. Read the entire recap of the game including post game video by clicking here.

Men's Soccer Ties #1 UVA 1-1. Boston College tied the undefeated Cavaliers on an own goal in the 64th minute. The Eagles improved to 7-2-3 on the season, and will face off with Louisville next Friday on the road. 

Volleyball defeats UVA 3-0. Playing in front of a home crowd at the Power Gym, the Volleyball team improved to 14-4 (5-0 ACC) beating the Cavaliers sweeping them 3-0. Per the release: "Junior Amaka Chukwujeku once again led all players, posting 12 kills off of 18 attempts with only one error for a .611 hitting percentage on the night. Sophomore Jewel Strawberry added a .350 clip with 10 kills and two service aces while senior Cat Balido tallied 11 kills, one ace and four digs. led the assist effort, putting up 26 helpers en route to the win."

Did You Notice?

Jon Hilliman was released by the New York Giants: The former Boston College running back had two fumbles in two games with the Giants. 

Ray Smith invited to XFL: The seventh Boston College Eagle will be attending the XFL Draft.

Boston College offered a Preferred Walk On Scholarship to Will Prouty. The Duxbury MA native plays wide receiver and has been a local star for his team

This Day In Boston College History: October 12, 2013

(#8) Clemson 24 Boston College 14: On the road in Death Valley the upstart Eagles gave the Tigers everything they could handle. BC actually held the lead in the 4th quarter of this game going up 14-10 on a 69 yard pass from Chase Rettig to Alex Amidon. However Clemson scored all 10 of the final points in the 4th quarter on a Chandler Catanzaro field goal and 6 yard TD rush by quarterback Tajh Boyd. 


Steve Addazio on the loss: "We did some really good things and some really bad things. If we can keep working and keep believing, then good things will happen."