The Eagles went into overtime yet again, this time scraping out a 2-1 victory over No. 13 Harvard in a shootout thanks to Sarah Dwyer’s career day.
Brooke Matherson, Caroline McGovern, Catherine Warner, and Fusine Govaert each netted goals in BC’s 4-0 shutout over New Hampshire.
BC outshot Pacific by almost 30 shots, but Brooke Matherson’s game-winning shot on goal in double overtime was the most important attempt of the day for the Eagles.
The Eagles may have four top-20 wins on their resume, but for the second time in three years, they’re off to an 0-3 start in ACC play.
After losing two of their last three games, the Eagles picked up the slack on Sunday, downing William and Mary, 3-0. The victory marked the team’s second shutout of 2017.
BC relied heavily on its defense and goaltender Sarah Dwyer to stay alive against North Carolina. It was only a matter of time before the Tar Heels delivered their finishing blow.
The head coach of BC field hockey wants her program to be a national powerhouse. To do that, she wants other teams to rejoice.
The past two years, the Eagles have struggled to pull out a win in the ACC/Big Ten Cup. But after Sunday’s game against Maryland, BC exited the early-season tournament on top.
BC fell to Northwestern in both of the ACC/Big Ten Cup’s first two years of existence. But on Friday, the Eagles finally knocked off the midwest powerhouse in a double-overtime thriller.