Despite auspicious beginnings in Florida, Renee Bichette is rapidly establishing herself as the best fencer in BC history.
Tatiana Cortez hit a three-run homer to propel BC softball to a winning weekend, and men’s tennis powered by UConn for a 7-0 sweep.
Fencing captured the NEICF title after a strong tournament showing in a busy weekend for BC athletics.
Katya Vasilyev lost just once over two days and helped the Eagles defeat Portland, but BC wasn’t able to beat Dartmouth to go undefeated for the weekend.
Women’s tennis beat Harvard and UMass in a busy weekend for Boston College athletics.
Underclassmen led BC to a strong showing at a BU Multi-Team Meet while the swim and dive team also captured a few first place finishes at the Dartmouth College Invitational.
As skiing and track and field continue to come up short, women’s tennis took down Syracuse over the weekend.
Over the past week, men’s and women’s tennis went 3-0, track and field struggled at a BU Invitational, and skiing stayed near the bottom at the Dartmouth Carnival.
Men’s and women’s track had good weekends at Boston University, but men’s tennis, women’s tennis, and skiing did not impress.
The BC track and tennis teams each had good weekends, but swimming and skiing struggled to compete against their competition.