The Eagles dropped another ACC match, this time at home against Louisville, and fell to .500 on the year.
In the face of numerous injuries, BC’s supporting cast behind Ky Bowman stepped up to grind out a gritty victory over Pitt.
Despite leading his team to a 19-win season last year, head coach Jim Christian has not found the same success this year as the Eagles have instead taken a massive step backwards.
The Eagles only dropped one singles match during the double header, building off their upset of No. 10 Syracuse and continuing their dominant play.
The Eagles held a slim two-point lead at the halftime break, but the No. 2 Blue Devils exerted their will in the second half, eventually winning by 25.
The second edition of the weekly roundup sees big strides taken by both tennis teams, while basketball suffered a tough weekend.
The Terriers have been inconsistent all season long, and have struggled to replicate their success from 2017-18, when they won the Hockey East tournament, this season.
Boston University women’s hockey started off the season slowly, winning just one of its first seven games, but enters the Beanpot on a roll. The Terriers are unbeaten in their last seven games.
Six Eagles reached double figures in one of the most thrilling matchups of the year, a tight victory over Duke punctuated by a game-winning jumper from freshman Makayla Dickens.
While the Bulldogs gave the Eagles fits in a number of games, BC still grinded out victory, continuing its hot start to the season.