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Boston College Eagles is the brand name. Total Number of colors in Boston College Eagles's Logo is 2 which are . It belongs to Ncaa Category and Atlantic Coast Conference Sub Category. Boston College Eagles was founded in 1920

The Boston College Eagles are the athletic teams that represent Boston College, located in Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts. They compete as a member of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division I were found in year 1920 and current Athletic director is Martin Jarmond.

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Where is Boston College Eagles based on and it's history?

The Boston College Eagles are the athletic teams that represent Boston College, located in Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts. They compete as a member of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division I were found in year 1920 and current Athletic director is Martin Jarmond.

What are the different colors in Boston College Eagles?

The Hex Colors for Boston College Eagles are #98002E #BC9B6A .

What is the category of Boston College Eagles?

Boston College Eagles belongs to Ncaa and Atlantic Coast Conference Category.

When was Boston College Eagles founded?

Boston College Eagles was founded in 1920.

What are the tags related to Boston College Eagles?

Boston College Eagles is related with these tags conference ncaa boston ncaa sports 1920 college eagles atlantic eagles athletics coast .

What if the official websites to the team Boston College Eagles?

Boston College Eagles website's are https://bceagles.com/ http://theacc.com/ https://www.ncaa.com/.

This information was last updated on 17-06-2019.

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