Jonathan Hagman and Kenny Lassiter each netted goals for Syracuse’s 2-0 victory over Boston College men’s soccer, dropping the Eagles to 1-1 in conference play.
Boston College looks to avoid becoming the first team since 1976-77 to go winless in the conference in basketball and football. Its last chance? Today at 12 p.m. against Clemson.
The Eagles take on Georgia Tech today at 12pm, the most recent ACC team they have beaten.
With star player Devin Thomas out, the Eagles have their best opportunity for an ACC win yet, tonight against the Demon Deacons.
The Eagles fought off a dominating performance by Clemson’s Nelly Perry (33 points) to earn their second ACC victory.
The Eagles will continue their quest for a first ACC win against Jim Boeheim and the 2-3 zone on Sunday afternoon.
Freshman standout Mariella Fasoula had another dominating performance, but the Eagles blew a second-half lead and Miami’s late runs carried them to victory.
Mariella Fasoula continued to dominate, but her 23 points couldn’t overcome turnovers and poor rebounding from the Eagles as they fell to Georgia Tech.
Tight defense and hot shooting from Kelly Hughes could not overcome turnovers as the Eagles fell 62-61 to Syracuse.
The Eagles broke a six game losing streak with a commanding team victory against Maine behind double-digit scoring performances from five different players.