The Eagles began their four-match homestead with two commanding wins over conference opponents Georgia Tech and Clemson.
In three years, representing two different sports, Kenzie Kent has come very close to a national title. This year, she wants to finally earn that win.
As soon as BC dropped its first set against Delaware, the Eagles were in danger of losing their third-straight match and sixth total of the young season. Chris Campbell’s group didn’t let that happen.
Dan Metzdorf, Matt Gill, and Jacob Stevens strung together three excellent starts for BC in the 19 Ways Invitational. Unfortunately for Metzdorf, the Eagles blew his 4-1 lead in the final two innings versus Oklahoma.
Last time they played, Wake Forest held off a second-half rally by the Eagles in Salem Winston, N.C. This time, the ACC foes face off on BC’s home court Tuesday night.
The Eagles will take on Connecticut, Minnesota, and Northeastern during Thanksgiving break. Here’s what you can expect from the three.
Boston College volleyball lost in four sets to both Florida State and Miami this weekend despite great performances by McKenna Goss and Jill Strockis.
The Eagles look to continue their five-game unbeaten streak against Maine on the road.