BC held an early 1-0 lead, but then coughed up goals in the second and third period to fall to the Eagles, their second loss in a row.
More adversity was faced by Boston College volleyball in the first weekend of the 2019 season than during its first three invitationals last fall. The Eagles dropped two of their first three matches at the Oregon Classic, albeit against difficult competition in Oregon State and Oregon. It was a different start for Jason Kennedy’s second…
The Eagles will play regional foes Holy Cross, Connecticut and Army in future non-conference matchups, with the latter two scheduling home-and-home series.
Lexi DiEmmanuele and Emme Martinez capped off stellar seasons for Boston College softball with second team All-ACC honors. The two were the only Eagles with a batting average over .300 in 2019.
Emme Martinez, who had a walkoff single against Syracuse two weeks ago, was the hero again—this time with a go-ahead double in extra innings against the host Huskies on Tuesday.
Julius Mattila recorded his first career hat-trick for the Eagles, scoring in all three periods, and Logan Hutsko also netted a goal as BC cruised to a 4-0 win over Connecticut Thursday night.
Caitrin Lonergan opened the scoring for the Eagles, while Megan Keller added two goals in the second period and Maddy McArthur made 16 saves to preserve the shutout for BC.
Caitrin Lonergan opened the scoring four minutes before the end of the first period, and Olivia Finocchario added her first career goal in the third frame to seal the victory for the Eagles.