Coming into its series against Notre Dame, BC had recorded just 11 home runs. Every other team in the ACC had hit at least 25. But on Saturday, the Eagles blasted four, en route to their fifth-straight victory.
The Irish battled back to tie the game in the seventh, then scored four more in the eighth to eliminate the Eagles, 9-5.
Tom Lombardo, CSOM ’17, and his conglomerate of philosophy-minded friends crafted this semester’s issue of Dianoia.
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.
Shannon Kelly gives some advice to the prospective members of the Class of 2021: you always end up where you’re supposed to.
The Eagles struggled to play catch-up against Notre Dame, ultimately losing 82-66 to the Fighting Irish.
Mariella Fasoula had 14 points—as many as BC had in the entire second half—in an 82-45 loss to the Fighting Irish in South Bend, Ind.
Despite 29 points from Ky Bowman, BC couldn’t pull off its first victory against a Top-25 team in the Jim Christian Era.