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.
Olivia Vaughn scored her fifth goal of the year in the 95th minute to send the Eagles home with a 2-1 win on Senior Day against Syracuse.
On a rainy day in Cambridge, the Eagles destroyed a formidable non-conference opponent, 4-1, despite getting outshot 17-7.
With a two-goal advantage and only 20 minutes remaining, the Eagles allowed two goals in regulation and a third in overtime, losing 3-2 to UMass Lowell.
The Eagles lost matches to North Carolina and NC State over the weekend, bringing their ACC losing streak to 10.
Boston College field hockey enjoyed a successful weekend, recording wins against both Wake Forest and Providence. BC defeated Wake Forest in regulation, while the Friars pushed the Eagles to double overtime.
Boston College women’s soccer traveled to Charlottesville, Va., for a matchup with the No. 8 Cavaliers. Although McKenzie Meehan and Gaby Carreiro both scored, ultimately the Eagles lost 3-2.
The Demon Deacons held Simon Enstrom and the rest of BC scoreless through 90 minutes of play in a 1-0 victory in Salem, N.C..
Boston College women’s soccer fell 2-1 to Clemson on the road for its third straight loss and, with only games remaining, hurts its playoff chances.
In the midst of his 32nd year as a head coach, Ed Kelly looks back on the journey that brought him from the streets of Dublin to BC’s sidelines.