Despite trailing 2-1 through the first 10 minutes of the game, the Eagles rallied and used a 7-2 run to distance themselves, eventually beating the visiting Great Danes by eight goals.
The seventh-year head coach logged her 100th career victory as the No. 1 Eagles jumped out to a 9-0 lead in the opening eight minutes and nearly doubled up the overmatched Hoyas on Saturday afternoon.
Behind seven goals from Dempsey Arsenault and a nine-point effort from Kenzie Kent, the Eagles ran their record to 8-0 against another tough ranked foe.
Sam Apuzzo created some separation atop the nation’s scoring chart with eight goals and two assists in Annapolis, recording her fourth-career 10-point performance amid a lopsided Eagles victory.
Kenzie Kent had six assists, Sam Apuzzo had five goals, and the Eagles extended their regular season win streak to 25 games against No. 24 USC.
BC is one of just two teams in the country with four players on this year’s Watch List, the other being Florida. Only Maryland has more, with six potential candidates.
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.
Eleven different players found their way onto the scoresheet, as Boston College lacrosse broke a program record for goals scored in a game and eased past Massachusetts 25-14 Thursday afternoon.
Despite trailing 7-2 at one point, the Eagles came roaring back, beating the 11th-ranked Orange behind seven goals from Sam Apuzzo.