Last year, BC entered ACC play undefeated. But by the time the regular season ended, it was on the outside looking in. Wednesday’s schedule release gives a glimpse of its road back to the conference tournament.
The Cavaliers made it close before halftime, but the Eagles eventually pulled away in a 17-10 victory, their second ACC win of the season.
An abundance of live-ball turnovers by the Eagles led to a 26-0 disparity in points off turnovers, one which they could never overcome in a loss to Virginia.
BC suffered its second consecutive blowout loss on Wednesday night. Neither Jerome Robinson or Ky Bowman could find their rhythm, as the Eagles fell 71-54 at Conte Forum.
Mariella Fasoula finished with a double-double, but despite her strong performance the Eagles dropped their fourth straight game, this time against the University of Virginia.
Boston College volleyball continued its recent hot streak this weekend, defeating Virginia in five sets for its third straight conference win.
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.
Boston College women’s soccer traveled to Charlottesville, Va., for a matchup with the No. 8 Cavaliers. Although McKenzie Meehan and Gaby Carreiro both scored, ultimately the Eagles lost 3-2.
The Eagles couldn’t handle the lesser-ranked Cavaliers in a 2-1 overtime defeat in Newton.
BC baseball hasn’t received enough credit for its walk-off wins over the weekend against No. 16 Virginia, the reigning national champions.