The Eagles lost in four sets to Syracuse on Friday before being edged by the Tar Heels in a decisive fifth set on Saturday.
Katrine Bjerke tied the game in the 89th minute, and Kaela Dickerman won it for the Cardinals just 20 seconds into the second overtime period.
Boston College field hockey suffered its second straight overtime loss in a crushing defeat to UMass. Lucy Lytle’s contributed two goals, but the Minutewomen claimed the 3-2 victory.
Alex Carpenter’s return to BC in the scrimmage on Thursday reminded everyone of her greatness, and why her number needs to be placed in the rafters of Kelley Rink as soon as possible.
The Eagles coasted to a 42-10 blowout of the Wagner Seahawks, but Steve Addazio still sees room for improvement heading into tougher games later in the season.
Despite an early scare, Boston College football easily handled Wagner in its home opener at Alumni Stadium.
BC men’s soccer had trouble all night against the Tar Heels, as Nils Bruening scored four times in a 5-0 defeat.
The Eagles couldn’t handle the lesser-ranked Cavaliers in a 2-1 overtime defeat in Newton.
With her 116th career point, McKenzie Meehan broke BC women’s soccer’s record for most goals and assists.
Despite the loss, the Eagles had several solid performances, including that of goaltender Katie Burt and freshmen Caroline Ross and Caitrin Lonergan.