The Eagles defeated Wisconsin, but lost to Hofstra, FGCU, Florida International, and Rutgers at the Four Points by Sheraton Invitational.
With less than four minutes remaining the Eagles’ final home game of the year, Kelly Hughes and Co. strung together a 22-10 run, which ultimately fell three points short of Virginia Tech.
Originally down 6-1 in the first half against Harvard on Saturday, BC rallied to score nine goals in the latter portion of play to force overtime. Kaileen Hart completed the comeback with a snipe in sudden death.
BC entered halftime with a two-point lead over Virginia Tech on Saturday. Yet, once again, the Eagles let their intermission lead slide. The Hokies shot 75 percent from the field in the second half to top BC 91-75.
Jerome Robinson scored 25 points, but the Eagles couldn’t overcome the Hokies on Senior Day in a 91-75 loss.
The Eagles once had a guaranteed path to the NCAA Tournament. Now, after their seventh-straight winless game, they’re all but guaranteed to need to win the Hockey East Tournament.
Megan Keller scored the game-winning goal and Katie Burt registered a shutout in the Eagles’ win over the Warriors on Friday.
In its last home game of the year, BC failed to snap out of its recent funk. Since the Beanpot, the Eagles are just 1-of-10 on the power play. Four of those missed opportunities came in Thursday night’s 4-1 loss to UMass-Lowell.
Mariella Fasoula had 14 points—as many as BC had in the entire second half—in an 82-45 loss to the Fighting Irish in South Bend, Ind.
With its season hanging on the brink, BC had no answers for Massachusetts Lowell’s penalty kill in a complete third-period breakdown.