The Eagles are trying to bounce back from a disappointing loss to IUPUI Wednesday in which they blew a double-digit first half lead.
Emma Guy shot 11-of-13 from the field and racked up a game-high 22 points in the Eagles’ home opener, guiding BC to a 32-point victory against St. Peter’s.
The Eagles conceded multiple goals to St. Cloud State in each period, extending their season-opening losing streak to four games, an unprecedented stretch for the historically strong program.
Cayla Barnes scored the equalizer with 27.5 seconds remaining in regulation, and Grace Bizal slotted the game-winner in the extra frame to secure a second-straight overtime victory and a series sweep of the Saints.
Cat Balido led the team with 11 kills, Makenzie Morrison recorded a match-high nine digs, and the Eagles won three-consecutive sets, starting the ACC slate on the right foot.
In what was a physical, 90-minute battle, all it took was one Eagles turnover for Louisville, namely Cherif Dieye, to tip the scale and taint BC’s undefeated record.