No. 11 BC saw its season come to an end as No. 6 Connecticut dominated the Eagles 5-0 in the first round of the NCAA Tournament.
No. 7 Virginia proved why national rankings are more important than conference seeding in a 6-3 upset of No. 11 Boston College in the ACC Tournament opener.
The McCoy sisters want to make deep ACC Tournament and NCAA Tournament runs to cap off their illustrious careers as Eagles.
Field hockey’s three-game winning streak was snapped on Sunday, as it fell to UConn in overtime, 4-3. The game featured a back-and-forth battle between two ranked opponents. BC fought back from a one-goal deficit twice in regulation, before conceding the game-winning goal in overtime.
On a rainy day in Cambridge, the Eagles destroyed a formidable non-conference opponent, 4-1, despite getting outshot 17-7.
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 field hockey picked up a non-conference win against New Hampshire Friday night.
Boston College field hockey toppled the No. 8 Louisville Cardinals on the road, before heading to Indiana to cap off a phenomenal road trip.
Boston College field hockey looked to steal a victory from No. 3 Duke, but the Blue Devils stifled the Eagles by a score of 6-2 in Durham.
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.