The Eagles gave it their all in a tight first half against the undefeated Terrapins, but couldn’t seal the deal in the national title game.
In a memorable 2017 campaign, Boston College lacrosse head coach Acacia Walker not only broke the program record for wins, but also led her team to its first national championship in school history.
Ever since Kenzie Kent took the field, BC has looked like a different team. Now, the Eagles feature one of the most dangerous offenses in the country and are gearing up for their first national title game in program history.
The Eagles exploded offensively against the second-best defense in the nation to earn their first-ever NCAA Final Four berth.
Sam Apuzzo had five goals and Kate Weeks added four more as the Eagles dominated the Orange, 21-10, in the NCAA Second Round.
Sam Apuzzo’s three goals and four assists in the win against Canisius were enough to break BC’s single-season scoring record and make her the first Eagle to ever log at least 100 points in a season.
North Carolina scored seven unanswered goals in the first half of its ACC Tournament semifinal against BC. The Eagles put together a strong second half of play, but ultimately could not recover.
Sam Apuzzo scored six goals to life the Eagles over the Irish, 17-14, in the first round of the ACC Tournament on Thursday.
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.