For the better portion of three periods, BC contained Northeastern’s sixth ranked offense in Monday night’s Beanpot consolation game. But two Husky goals in the final 43 seconds spelled doom for the Eagles.
After hitting nearly half of their shots in Thursday’s victory over North Carolina, the Eagles shot 16-of-57 from the field in Sunday afternoon’s loss to No. 12 Louisville.
Over the past 10 years, Gonzaga has recorded the second highest regular-season winning percentage in the country. During NCAA Tournament play? The team is a mere 12-10.
Led by Megan Keller, the BC defense blocked 21 Northeastern shots on Tuesday night, en route to repeating as Beanpot Champions.
After hanging with No. 6 Louisville in the first half, BC sputtered in the latter portion of play, falling 90-67. The team has now lost seven straight and nine of its last 10.
The Eagles, who had conceded just eight power play goals all season before Tuesday night, gave up two to Boston University in the second period. It took a ferocious third period for BC to rescue the lead and secure the win.
The Eagles lost their seventh ACC game of the season against Virginia Tech on Sunday night. Similar to its other road games, BC opened up play flatfooted. But a career night from Jordan Chatman forced another conference nail biter.
Eagles alumnus and current Atlanta Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan is on his way to the Super Bowl. His MVP-caliber play has not only led his team to the promised land, but has also revived a sense of hope for BC football.
The Eagles gave UNC a run for its money on Saturday afternoon. Despite losing 90-82, BC snapped out of its recent offensive struggles, breaking the 80-point mark for the first time in two weeks.
The Eagles welcomed three mid-year enrollees on Tuesday. With the beginning of the second semester, the new additions are now eligible and can participate in team practice this spring.