The Eagles finally achieved their longstanding goal of making an appearance in the NCAA Tournament as they set numerous program records along the way.
Despite a valiant effort, the Eagles fell to the Demon Deacons in the second round of the ACC Tournament and will now wait and see if they did enough to clinch a berth in the NCAA Tournament.
Rebounding from a two-game losing streak that ended the regular season, BC earned its 16th win of the season to move on in the ACC Tournament, its highest total in two decades.
After suffering a 4-0 defeat in Durham, the Eagles earned the No. 11 seed in the ACC Tournament, setting up a rematch with Louisville in the first round.
It was another disappointing outing for the Eagles as their losing streak continued with a 6-1 loss to the Demon Deacons.
Yufei Long and Kylie Wilcox earned wins against opponents ranked in the top-10 in singles, but BC dropped 5-2 decisions against UNC and NC State.
The Eagles’ perfect season came to an end in Charlottesville as the Cavaliers prevailed in a tight battle.
While the Bulldogs gave the Eagles fits in a number of games, BC still grinded out victory, continuing its hot start to the season.
A tough ACC swing continued for the Eagles, as they watched a game tied at two against Florida State slip away from them, dropping their second in a row.
Emily Safron, Kylie Wilcox, and Elene Tsokilauri went a combined 6-0 in singles play over the weekend, but, for the second week in a row, BC fell short of sweeping conference opposition.