With two of the nation’s best attackers, a dynamic midfield, and back-to-back championship appearances under their belts, the Eagles enter 2019 with high hopes for a first title.
For the second year in a row, the Eagles walked away from Championship Sunday as national runner-ups, but it’s what they accomplished before the final—recording a program-best 22 wins, claiming their first-ever ACC regular season championship, and returning to the title game—that will define the 2018 campaign.
Tess Chandler and Kaileen Hart scored a career-high five goals apiece, guiding BC past Princeton in the second round of the NCAA Tournament, en route to the national quarterfinals.
North Carolina bounced back from an early deficit with a 9-2 run—a stretch that ultimately propelled the Tar Heels to their third-consecutive ACC Tournament title, snapping BC’s season-long, 19-game win streak.
Kaileen Hart was one of four Eagles to record a hat trick and one of eight to get on the board, as BC racked up 14 goals in the first half, en route to its largest victory in over two months.
Despite adverse weather conditions, the Eagles found the back of the net 18 times at Duke, en route to their sixth 10-plus goal victory of the season.
BC led by just one at the break, but rolled to 15 second half goals en route to a convincing win over Brown on Saturday afternoon, its fifth-straight to start the year.
Dempsey Arsenault and Sam Apuzzo both scored four times, and freshman Jordan Lappin netted a hat trick for her first career goals, lifting BC to a 16-9 win over No. 19 Massachusetts.
Dempsey Arsenault recorded a career-high five goals and Sam Apuzzo moved atop the nation’s scoring list with eight points, as BC steamrolled over Boston University for its second-straight 12-plus goal win.