Looking to snap its two-game losing streak, BC will travel to Clemson, S.C. on Thursday night to take on the Tigers—an opponent that the Eagles have bested in each of the teams’ past three meetings.
For the first time all season, the Eagles shot under 30 percent from the floor and failed to score more than 50, let alone 40, points in their final non-conference game of the year.
After failing to materialize any sort of offense in the first period and a half of play, the Eagles erupted for three goals in the second frame, erasing a two-goal deficit, en route to a comeback win.
A bit more than a month ago, BC pulled out a 4-3 victory at Walter Brown Arena. Still undefeated in the Hockey East, the Eagles will look to take a commanding 3-0 lead in the season series this weekend.
BC outlasted Wake Forest in two sets and earned a decisive win in another set in its victory over Wake Forest on Senior Day, but fell to Duke earlier in the weekend.
Even though the Eagles outshot St. Lawrence, 28-13, it took them all of 43 minutes to get on the board. Unfortunately for BC, one goal wasn’t enough to win the game, let alone force overtime.
The Eagles fell to the University of Virginia on Thursday night, but redeemed themselves with a victory over Virginia Tech on Sunday.
BC showed offensive promise, but ultimately lost in three sets to ACC-best Pittsburgh.