The Eagles have shut out six-straight opponents and are off to their best start since 2006. They will try to preserve their undefeated record on Sunday afternoon against Temple.
Previewing 2018 Men’s Soccer: Clemson
Coming off a pair off draws, the Eagles will open ACC play with a Friday night match against Clemson, an ACC powerhouse that BC hasn’t defeated since 2009.
Previewing 2018 Men’s Soccer: Providence
Last time these two teams met, it took overtime and a Simon Enstrom game-winning penalty kick to hand BC the win, so expect similar fireworks in the 2018 edition.
Previewing 2018 Lacrosse: Yale
On the verge of their longest win streak in program history, the Eagles will travel to New Haven, Conn. on Tuesday afternoon to take on Ivy League foe Yale.
Previewing 2017-18 Lacrosse: Southern California
The Eagles put their undefeated record on the line in Los Angeles as they take on the Trojans who currently sit at .500.
Previewing 2017-18 Men’s Basketball: First Round of ACC Tournament Vs. GT
BC will open ACC Tournament play on Tuesday afternoon at the Barclays Center against Georgia Tech—the last team it beat in the annual competition—looking to advance to the second round for the first time since 2015.
Ortlepp’s Career Day Not Enough in Regular Season Finale at Syracuse
Even though Taylor Ortlepp drilled seven 3-pointers, recording a career-high 28 points, the Eagles fell short of victory in their regular season finale at the Carrier Dome.
After Fast Start, BC Collapses Against No. 4 Louisville
Even though Georgia Pineau racked up 11 points in the first 10 minutes of play, and the Eagles stormed out to a 23-12 lead, their offensive firepower was unsustainable, allowing Louisville to run away with a 35-point win.
Previewing 2017-18 Women’s Basketball: Louisville
Coming off its first win in over a month, BC will host a Louisville team on Thursday night that’s ranked No. 4 in the nation and currently stands atop the ACC standings.
Previewing 2017-18 Men’s Basketball: Pittsburgh
BC will make the trek to Pittsburgh on Tuesday night to play the ACC’s worst, a Panthers team that is winless in conference play, having dropped its past 13 games.