For the second time in five days, the Eagles will play Notre Dame. Only this time the stakes are a little higher. BC will have a chance to win its first ACC Tournament game since 2013.
In a matter of 12 minutes in the second half, BC’s fate against Notre Dame completely changed. Led by Kenzie Kent, the Eagles scored seven unanswered goals—enough to secure the upset.
Going into intermission, the Eagles were up three goals. But it only took a bit less than eight minutes in the second half for Duke to completely erase the deficit. From there on, it was all Blue Devils.
BC scored seven-straight goals in the first half en route to a 19-12 victory over Yale University.
Kayla O’Connor scored five goals as the Eagles defeated Louisville, earning their first ACC victory of the year.
On paper, Kate Weeks is a scorer. But the senior attacker identifies as something more. While Weeks loves to shoot, she finds nothing more satisfying than winning games.
Originally down 6-1 in the first half against Harvard on Saturday, BC rallied to score nine goals in the latter portion of play to force overtime. Kaileen Hart completed the comeback with a snipe in sudden death.
Kate Weeks and Kaileen Hart recorded hat tricks on Saturday, but the Eagles could not match Virginia Tech’s 12 second-half goals, dropping their second ACC game, 18-12.
Despite leading the nation in assists, Sam Apuzzo failed to tally a single one in BC’s game against Boston University on Wednesday afternoon. But it was her six goals which carried the Eagles to victory.