The Eagles lost to Maryland in the national title game for the second time in three years, but featured some of the sport’s brightest stars and biggest moments along the way.
For the third straight season, the Eagles came up just short of a coveted national championship. Here are eight observations from the heartbreaking defeat to No. 1 Maryland.
Megan Taylor and the fourth-ranked Maryland defense held the Eagles to just 10 goals, crushing BC’s national title dreams for the second time in three years.
The Eagles will play a familiar foe in Maryland in the national championship. Here’s a look at the last three meetings between the two teams. BC won the last game between the two, in the Final Four a season ago.
Despite trailing 7-1 late in the first half, the Eagles rallied to send the game into overtime before Sam Apuzzo scored a dramatic sudden death winner to send BC to its third straight national championship. Here are 10 observations from the thrilling semifinal win.
BC avenged its ACC Championship loss to UNC—its only defeat of the season—by upending the Tar Heels to book a trip to its third straight National Championship.
The Eagles started the second half on a 5-1 run, pulling away to beat Princeton, 17-11, in the NCAA quarterfinals and advancing to the Final Four for the third straight year. Sam Apuzzo led the way with four goals.
BC outscored the Tar Heels, 6-1, in the early going but saw that lead, and its perfect season, disappear as UNC claimed its fourth ACC Championship in a row.
The Eagles trailed by three goals with seven minutes to play, but rallied to down the Orange, 14-13, behind Taylor Walker’s late winner, and advance to the ACC Championship game.