The Eagles released their schedule for the 2017 regular season on Monday. Nothing stands out more than the five opponents that made last year’s Elite Eight.
Last year, BC entered ACC play undefeated. But by the time the regular season ended, it was on the outside looking in. Wednesday’s schedule release gives a glimpse of its road back to the conference tournament.
McKenzie Meehan, The Heights’ Female Athlete of the Year, recovered from two terribly-timed injuries to set three major records for BC women’s soccer.
The former Boston College midfielder earned a first round selection to cap off an impressive four-year career under head coach Ed Kelly.
Senior Erika Reineke and freshman Scott Rasmussen have a lot in common—the Florida natives have both won national titles for Boston College sailing. But off the water, the two athletes enjoy a close friendship.
BC’s postseason run came to an end on Sunday with a 3-0 loss to Albany in the second round of the NCAA Tournament.
As he has done all throughout this postseason, Zeiko Lewis was the difference in a 1-0 victory over the Rams that advances BC in the NCAA Tournament.
Boston College volleyball lost in four sets to both Florida State and Miami this weekend despite great performances by McKenna Goss and Jill Strockis.
No. 11 BC saw its season come to an end as No. 6 Connecticut dominated the Eagles 5-0 in the first round of the NCAA Tournament.
The Eagles held on until the last minute, when the Tigers’ Alex Happi scored the game-winner with 89 seconds to go.