Nearing the five-minute mark in the first half, Ky Bowman leapt to block to a Bryant Crawford shot. But the All-ACC Freshman fell awkwardly on his right leg. His season was finished, and effectively, so was the Eagles’.
Jordan Chatman, Jerome Robinson, and Ky Bowman dominated for the Eagles, but Wake Forest still emerged victorious in BC’s second consecutive game that came down to the wire.
Last time they played, Wake Forest held off a second-half rally by the Eagles in Salem Winston, N.C. This time, the ACC foes face off on BC’s home court Tuesday night.
Mariella Fasoula filled the stat sheet with 26 points, 10 rebounds, and four blocks, but the Eagles dropped their seventh ACC game of the season to the Demon Deacons.
All of the questions about making the postseason are over. The Eagles have notched their sixth win of the season.
Boston College football doesn’t want to back into a bowl today against Wake Forest. It desperately wants a sixth win.
Julia Topor paced the Eagles with 20 kills in a win over Wake Forest, BC’s first ACC victory this year.
Boston College field hockey enjoyed a successful weekend, recording wins against both Wake Forest and Providence. BC defeated Wake Forest in regulation, while the Friars pushed the Eagles to double overtime.
After a hot streak of upsets, the Eagles couldn’t keep up with the Demon Deacons, falling 2-0 in Winston-Salem, N.C.
With Pete Frates’ No. 3 hanging permanently on the wall, and the legend himself in attendance, the Eagles didn’t disappoint with a comeback victory over the Demon Deacons.