Ten different BC lacrosse players notched goals, and the Eagles capped off another perfect regular season with a 19-6 win over Louisville on senior day.
BC struggled this past weekend on its trip to Notre Dame, losing all three games of the series by a combined 22 runs as its losing streak hit six on the season.
Sam Apuzzo scored five goals and BC avenged last year’s loss in the conference title game via a stifling defensive effort, limiting the nation’s No. 7 offense to just eight goals.
Sam Apuzzo scored eight goals, Kenzie Kent had six assists, and BC used a dominant second half to erase all doubt against an overmatched Dartmouth side on Wednesday afternoon.
Emma Guy scored a career-high 30 points for the Eagles, but Syracuse raced out to a 26-15 first quarter lead, and never looked back, blowing out BC 96-69.
BC allowed a career reserve player in Nikola Djogo to go off for 21 points, and it ultimately could not keep up with the Irish in the six-point loss.
The Eagles turned the ball over 24 times, committed 21 personal fouls, and were plagued by poor first and fourth quarters in a blowout road loss to No. 1 Notre Dame.
Without Wynston Tabbs and a fully healthy Steffon Mitchell, the Eagles fell apart in the second half and watched a close game with the Hokies slip away.
Jake Oettinger had 42 saves for BU while BC’s Joseph Woll had 26 in the scoreless draw, which featured nine combined penalties that were killed off.