Led by Brooke Matherson, the Eagles scored a pair of goals in the final 11 minutes of regulation, securing a two-score victory over Virginia and their first 2-0 start to ACC play in program history.
Winners of three of four, the Eagles host Virginia in a battle of top-10 heavyweights—although BC is just 1-3 against ranked opponents this year.
In yet another nailbiter, Cassidy Atchison recorded the game-winning goal with under 10 minutes left in regulation, wrapping up the Eagles’ two-game road trip with a win over Northeastern.
Behind Fusine Govaert’s late goal, the Eagles knocked off No. 25 Albany for their second consecutive win—a perfect recovery from a disappointing trip to Maryland the week prior.
Frederique Haverhals capped the Eagles’ two-goal comeback, finding the back of the net six minutes into double overtime, securing the team’s first ACC win since October 2016.
Following a nail-biting loss to No. 4 Maryland, the Eagles will try to bounce back in their final game of the ACC/Big Ten Cup with a victory over Northwestern for the second-straight season.
The Eagles gear up to play the first of two games against ranked opponents in the annual ACC/Big Ten Cup, a matchup that should prove to be a stiff test as they prepare for the conference slate.