Kelly Hughes set the all-time school record for made 3-pointers, male or female, but Boston College women’s basketball fell to Duke University.
The Eagles welcomed No. 6 Notre Dame to Conte Forum for a game that saw BC challenge the Fighting Irish, but fall short at the end.
Mariella Fasoula finished with a double-double, but despite her strong performance the Eagles dropped their fourth straight game, this time against the University of Virginia.
Though the Eagles mounted a vociferous second-half rally, it wasn’t enough to overcome the 20 points off turnovers the Yellow Jackets scored in a swarming first half.
BC came out flat after halftime, managing just nine points during a decisive third quarter in a 79-52 loss to the Orange.
Emma Guy came off the bench to lead the Eagles in scoring, but the University of Pittsburgh snapped BC’s six-game win streak with a 56-43 victory over the Eagles.
Mariella Fasoula tallied a double-double and Georgia Pineau added 14 points in a 60-48 win over Clemson in the ACC opener.
Leading scorers Georgia Pineau and Taylor Ortlepp combined for 26 points and Boston College women’s basketball cruised to a 64-53 full team victory over the University of Maine.
Kailey Edwards scored 16 points and shot 100 percent from the free throw line as she led the Eagles to victory over Dartmouth College.
Mariella Fasoula led BC with 14 points and six rebounds, as the Eagles dominated the paint in a 66-46 victory against the Blue Devils on Sunday.