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Morning Bulletin: Dissecting a Tough Football Loss

A look at Boston College news from the weekend.
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Hockey grabs three points from Maine

Boston College men's hockey took three points from the Maine Black Bears this weekend. The Eagles easily won on Thursday 6-2, Jack McBain led the Eagles with a hat trick. On Friday, the two teams went to overtime, with Black Bears forward Donovan Houle scoring through the five hole in the third round of a shoot out to secure the extra point. 

BC women's basketball earns victory against Providence

Joanna McNamee's squad got scoring from up and down the roster as BC defeated the Providence Friars on Saturday 85-73. 58 of those points came in the second half, as Marnelle Garraud, Cameron Swartz, Taylor Soule, Maria Gakdeng, and Makayla Dickens all had double digits. BC improves to 3-1 and will face Northeastern on Wednesday. 

Split for women's hockey

It was a win and a loss for BC women's hockey this weekend as the squad earned a victory over Holy Cross before falling to rival Boston University on Sunday. Abby Newhook scored the game winner for BC against Holy Cross.

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