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2008-09 Boston College Eagles men's basketball team

 

2008-09 Boston College Eagles men's basketball team

2008–09
Conference Atlantic Coast Conference
2008–09 record 22–12 (9–7 ACC)
Head coach Al Skinner
Assistant coach Pat Duquette
Assistant coach Bonzie Colson
Assistant coach Mo Cassara
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The 2008–09 Boston College Eagles men's basketball team played basketball for the Boston College Eagles. In 2007–08, they went 14–17 (4–12 ACC). Boston College's basketball program is one of the most popular and successful college basketball programs in the Northeast. The Eagles are most well known for their famous alumni, such as Bob Cousy, John Bagley, Howard Eisley, Dana Barros, Danya Abrams, Michael Adams, Craig Smith, Jared Dudley, Tyrese Rice and Sean Marshall. Al Skinner has stabilized the program ever since Jim O'Brien left and has constantly produced winning seasons. Skinner's teams are known to run the flex offense in the half-court set.

Roster

Name Num. Pos. Ht. Wt. Class Hometown High School
Reggie Jackson 0 G 6–3 193 Fr. Colorado Springs, Colorado Palmer
Tyrese Rice 4 G 6–1 190 Sr. Richmond, Virginia L. C. Bird
Biko Paris 5 G 6–1 200 So. New Orleans, Louisiana Cypress Christian School
Brennan Bennett 10 G 6–0 185 So. Whitinsville, Massachusetts Northbridge
Corey Raji 11 F 6–6 218 So. Township of Washington, Bergen County, New Jersey Westwood
Joe Trapani 12 F 6–8 215 So. Madison, Connecticut Daniel Hand
Nick Mosakowski 14 G 6–1 180 So. Swampscott, Massachusetts Pingree School
Rakim Sanders 15 G-F 6–5 228 So. Pawtucket, Rhode Island St. Andrew's
Tyler Roche 21 G 6–7 208 Jr. Hooksett, New Hampshire Manchester Central
Josh Southern 52 C 6–10 255 So. Saginaw, Michigan Saginaw
Cortney Dunn 55 F 6–8 215 So. Dallas, Texas Lake Highlands

Schedule

Game recaps

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