The former Boston College midfielder earned a first round selection to cap off an impressive four-year career under head coach Ed Kelly.
As he has done all throughout this postseason, Zeiko Lewis was the difference in a 1-0 victory over the Rams that advances BC in the NCAA Tournament.
The Eagles held on until the last minute, when the Tigers’ Alex Happi scored the game-winner with 89 seconds to go.
Zeiko Lewis scored on BC’s only shot on goal, and Cedric Saladin preserved the shutout in a 1-0 win over the Tar Heels in the ACC Quarterfinals.
It was a nail-biter, but Boston College men’s soccer advanced to the quarterfinals of the ACC Tournament after taking down Virginia Tech in penalty kicks.
Looking at his stats alone this season, Zeiko Lewis might not appear to be an elite MLS prospect. But don’t be fooled, he should be a surefire first-round pick in the 2017 MLS SuperDraft.
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.
The Demon Deacons held Simon Enstrom and the rest of BC scoreless through 90 minutes of play in a 1-0 victory in Salem, N.C..