Despite losing their top-two all-time leading scorers, the Eagles bounced back in 2017—at one point winning six of seven matches—and ended up clinching their first ACC Tournament appearance in four years.
In BC’s first three regular season games, the team combined for five goals. But on Sunday, the Eagles doubled their scoring total with a dominant win over Colgate.
Right from the get-go, BC dominated every facet of its Friday night home opener against Vanderbilt. But one simple mental error, and the Eagles found themselves on the losing end.
Almost two-thirds of the Eagles’ roster consists of underclassmen. Young as ever, BC lost its first non-conference game since 2015 on Sunday. But that might turn out to be a blessing for Alison Foley’s team.
Just like in 2016, BC kicked off the season by downing Connecticut in a scrimmage. Only this time, the Eagles poured on four goals, all while shutting out the Huskies.
McKenzie Meehan, The Heights’ Female Athlete of the Year, recovered from two terribly-timed injuries to set three major records for BC women’s soccer.
Boston College women’s soccer fell flat after an emotional win over No. 2 Florida State, falling to Virginia Tech in double overtime.