The Eagles went 14-3-1 in the regular season and despite exiting in the first round of the ACC Tournament, they picked up a No. 4 seed in the NCAA Tournament, which starts Friday.
The Eagles hadn’t lost at home this season, but were dealt their first defeat in crushing fashion, bowing out of the ACC quarterfinals with a shutout loss to Clemson.
BC needed a win over Pittsburgh and a loss by either Louisville or Virginia and got both of them, rolling to a 7-0 shutout of the visiting Panthers while the Cardinals fell to Virginia Tech around the same time.
BC hadn’t lost back-to-back games this season, but a road trip to North Carolina changed that, as the Eagles fell to Duke in a disappointing fashion Sunday afternoon.
BC conceded a goal in the fifth minute after Alexis Bryant misfired on a goal kick, and the Eagles fell to No. 3 UNC for the 18th time in 19 all-time meetings.