To reach six wins and bowl eligibility, BC will have to navigate the sixth-toughest rest of season schedule—which features four of five games away from home.
After a bounceback win over N.C. State, BC has the unenviable task of heading to South Carolina to face a Tigers squad that has won 22 straight games.
Stefan Sigurdarson scored twice and Christian Garner had seven saves, but BC gave up a game-tying goal in the 90th minute and eventually lost in overtime.
Lindsay Agnew had three goals and two assists and the Eagles didn’t take their foot off the gas pedal, using a five-goal second period to cruise to an 8-0 rout of the visiting Warriors.
Margo Carlin scored twice, including the game winner with four minutes left in the fourth quarter, and the Eagles won their fifth straight as they knocked off the 15th-ranked Orange.
The likes of Derryck Thornton, Steffon Mitchell, and Jared Hamilton will aim to provide BC leadership alongside a group of freshmen brimming with potential.
The nation’s fifth-best rush defense comes to Chestnut Hill this weekend, which poses a tough test for BC as the Eagles will turn to backup quarterback Dennis Grosel in his first career start.
Head coach Steve Addazio announced on Monday that quarterback Anthony Brown is done for the season after suffering an injury in last week’s loss to Louisville.