Three BC Basketball Players Suspended for Two Games

November 13, 2009 - 10:42 am

Jeff Goodman of and has learned that three Boston College Men's Basketball Players have been suspended for the first two games of the season: tonight's season opener at home against Dartmouth, and Tuesday's home game against St. Francis (NY). Junior guard/forward Rakim Sanders, junior forward Corey Raji and junior forward Cortney Dunn are all out for tonight's game. The cause of the suspensions is not yet known. The suspensions leave BC with seven scholarship players. Sanders averaged 12.9 points per game last year, ranking him second among returning BC players, while Raji average 9.9 points a contest in 2008-09. Both averaged approximately 28 minutes a game last season. Dunn averaged 0.9 points a contest while playing 13 minutes a game. For more on the season outlook for BC Hoops, see Ian Tasso's season preview.