The Eagles led early, but conceded two goals in a span of eight seconds in the second period en route to a 4-1 loss at the hands of visiting Providence.
Running back Jonathan Hilliman became the second prominent Eagle to transfer for his final year of eligibility, joining quarterback Darius Wade.
Losers of 10 straight to North Carolina, the Eagles will look to snap the skid against the No. 20 Tar Heels and win their third conference game of the season on Tuesday night.
Backed by an impressive performance by Steffon Mitchell, who recorded 17 points, five rebounds, and four blocks, BC kept its turnovers to a minimum and played smart basketball in its second ACC win of the season.