Rebounding from a two-game losing streak that ended the regular season, BC earned its 16th win of the season to move on in the ACC Tournament, its highest total in two decades.
After suffering a 4-0 defeat in Durham, the Eagles earned the No. 11 seed in the ACC Tournament, setting up a rematch with Louisville in the first round.
Riding high after a four-game winning streak that included an upset of top-30 Miami, BC was handed a 4-1 setback on the road to an Irish team that had been stuck in a rut the last few weeks.
After a season-defining upset of No. 27 Miami, the Eagles continued to roll, registering their fourth straight win with a victory against Pittsburgh.
With the overall match tied at 3-3, Laura Lopez came through for her team as she defeated Ana Madcur in straight sets to secure the victory for the Eagles.
After beating Houston, 5-2, on Friday, BC defeated Louisville by the exact same score, climbing to 13 total wins on the season.
In a bounce-back performance, BC improved its non-conference record to a perfect 10-0 with a victory at home over the Cougars.
BC women’s tennis was once again competitive with an ACC opponent, and started the day off by winning the doubles point, but couldn’t get the job done against Georgia Tech, losing, 5-2.
After winning their first conference game of the season against Virginia Tech, BC was unable to replicate its success against No. 15 FSU in a dramatic 4-3 setback.
The Eagles played well over the weekend, dominating an outmatched Bearcats team before prevailing in a closer affair over the Hokies.