A lights-out performance by all-time NCAA goal leader Charlotte North wasn’t enough for Boston College lacrosse in the National Championship on Sunday, as BC fell to rival North Carolina 12–11, coming up just short of a repeat title.
Cassidy Weeks scored with 18 seconds left to play in Friday’s NCAA Tournament semifinals to hand BC a 17–16 win over Maryland for its fifth straight National Championship appearance.
Saturday night, No. 1 North Carolina downed Boston College lacrosse, 16–9, to capture the ACC Championship for the fifth straight year.
Sunday afternoon, No. 2 seed BC cruised by No. 6 seed Virginia 20–12 to advance to the ACC Tournament Final.
Boston College lacrosse kicked off its postseason campaign on Friday with a 19–13 win over Virginia Tech in the ACC Quarterfinals.
Charlotte North broke the single-game goal record for Boston College lacrosse on Saturday, leading the Eagles to a 21-11 win over Virginia Tech.