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.
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.
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.
Callum Johnson’s goal in the 89th minute helped Boston College men’s soccer defeat Pittsburgh, 1-0.
With Zeiko Lewis commanding the sideline and Callum Johnson serving up beautiful crosses, the Eagles edged Duke, 1-0, in the ACC opener.
Coming off an Elite Eight postseason run, Ed Kelly’s squad only got deeper and more experienced. It’s time for the Eagles to show the rest of the ACC they are indeed elite.