Boston College volleyball continued its recent hot streak this weekend, defeating Virginia in five sets for its third straight conference win.
No. 7 Virginia proved why national rankings are more important than conference seeding in a 6-3 upset of No. 11 Boston College in the ACC Tournament opener.
It was a nail-biter, but Boston College men’s soccer advanced to the quarterfinals of the ACC Tournament after taking down Virginia Tech in penalty kicks.
The McCoy sisters want to make deep ACC Tournament and NCAA Tournament runs to cap off their illustrious careers as Eagles.
The Eagles picked up their second conference win in as many games, besting ACC foe Syracuse in four sets at home.
Looking at his stats alone this season, Zeiko Lewis might not appear to be an elite MLS prospect. But don’t be fooled, he should be a surefire first-round pick in the 2017 MLS SuperDraft.
Julia Topor paced the Eagles with 20 kills in a win over Wake Forest, BC’s first ACC victory this year.
Field hockey’s three-game winning streak was snapped on Sunday, as it fell to UConn in overtime, 4-3. The game featured a back-and-forth battle between two ranked opponents. BC fought back from a one-goal deficit twice in regulation, before conceding the game-winning goal in overtime.
BC scored five goals against the Wolfpack, earning a home playoff match against Virginia Tech and ending a lengthy conference scoring drought.
Boston College men’s soccer earned a home game in the first round of the ACC Tournament after a miscommunication in overtime led to a NC State own goal and a 5-4 win for the Eagles.