Largely due to the contributions of Charlotte North and Acacia Walker-Weinstein, BC lacrosse has helped increase the visibility of women’s sports as a whole.
Two BC lacrosse players were selected in the 2022 Athletes Unlimited Lacrosse College Draft. Charlotte North was the first overall pick, and Courtney Taylor was the No. 7 pick.
For the second year in a row, Charlotte North won the Tewaaraton Award on Thursday after setting the NCAA single-season goal record.
A lights-out performance by all-time NCAA goal leader Charlotte North wasn’t enough for Boston College lacrosse in the National Championship on Sunday, as BC fell to rival North Carolina 12–11, coming up just short of a repeat title.
Cassidy Weeks scored with 18 seconds left to play in Friday’s NCAA Tournament semifinals to hand BC a 17–16 win over Maryland for its fifth straight National Championship appearance.
Propelled by its defense and seven goals from Belle Smith, BC defeated Loyola Maryland 20–13 on Thursday to head to its fifth straight Final Four.
BC punched its ticket to the NCAA quarterfinals for the fifth straight year on Sunday, defeating Denver 13–8 in the tournament’s second round.
Saturday night, No. 1 North Carolina downed Boston College lacrosse, 16–9, to capture the ACC Championship for the fifth straight year.
Sunday afternoon, No. 2 seed BC cruised by No. 6 seed Virginia 20–12 to advance to the ACC Tournament Final.
In her 10 years at BC, Acacia Walker-Weinstein has built Boston College lacrosse from the ground up, culminating in the Eagles’ National Championship win in 2021.