The Eagles staged a furious comeback attempt in the fourth quarter, but the Hurricanes managed to hang on for a 58-51 win over BC.
BC came out flat after halftime, managing just nine points during a decisive third quarter in a 79-52 loss to the Orange.
Mariella Fasoula led BC with 14 points and six rebounds, as the Eagles dominated the paint in a 66-46 victory against the Blue Devils on Sunday.
As Emilee Daley approaches her senior season, she looks forward to acting as a leader, showing off her shooting range, and going up against Duke.
The Eagles fought off a dominating performance by Clemson’s Nelly Perry (33 points) to earn their second ACC victory.
Nicole Boudreau drained eight 3-pointers, but BC went 1-11 from downtown in the fourth quarter to ruin any hopes of a win against the Tar Heels.
The Demon Deacons contained Kelly Hughes and won the game at the charity stripe in Conte Forum against the struggling Eagles.
The Eagles continue their torrid pace as they enter ACC play against Virginia Tech on Jan. 3.
Erik Johnson’s defense held the Hawks to a mere .203 shooting percentage, lifting BC to its best start since 2010-11.
With a plethora of shooters returning and a new cast of players set to expand its horizons, BC women’s basketball is going on a hunt for a tournament spot.