Boston College Eagles Women's Basketball

Boston College Eagles Women's Basketball

Boston College Women's Basketball is the NCAA Division I women's basketball program for Boston College. Their nickname is the Eagles. Over the past 8 years the team has made the postseason 7 times. On April 29, 2008 they hired Sylvia Crawley as head coach.

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