Syracuse’s late penalty kick was just enough to tie Boston College men’s soccer 1–1. The Eagles extended the No. 4 ranked Orange’s winless streak to two games.
Eagles Drop Game In South Bend, Extend Winless Streak To Seven
Despite playing its best offense all season, BC was defeated by Notre Dame in South Bend and extended its winless streak to seven games.
BC Fails to Generate Scoring Opportunities in Loss to No. 7 Duke
BC struggled to generate any substantial offense in its 1–0 loss the No. 7 Blue Devils on Saturday.
BC Makes Late Scoring Surge, Ties Louisville 1–1
Boston College men’s soccer played a hard fought match Friday night versus Louisville, ending in a 1–1 draw.
Penalties Add Up In BC’s Loss to No. 1 Clemson In ACC Opener
BC put up a fight against No. 1 Clemson but it was not enough in a 2–1 loss Saturday Night in the Eagles ACC opener.
Barber: Young Talent Fills Void Left By Shapiro-Thompson’s Injury
While the midfielder’s injury hurt the Eagles offense, several young players stepped up and gained valuable experience.
Ten-man Eagles Blanked By Louisville
Brennan Klein was solid in net in his first collegiate start but the Eagles struggled on defense with 10 men and fell 2-0 to Louisville.
Suski’s Penalty Shot Lifts Eagles Over Holy Cross
Stefan Sigurdarson netted two goals, and Michal Suski’s overtime penalty kick lifted Boston College men’s soccer over Holy Cross.
Weekly Sports Roundup: Week of April 5th
Both men’s and women’s soccer notched ties in double-OT contests, rowing scored a win over BU lights, and tennis’ struggles continued.
BC Needs Young Talent to Become Game-Changers to Break Tourney Drought
The past two years, the Eagles have lacked talent capable of completely taking over a game, like Alejandro Bedoya or Zeiko Lewis. They’ll need that to get back to the NCAA Tournament and break a postseason drought.