BC closed out a tough month of October with a loss to the visiting Tigers in its season finale, surrendering a pair of goals after initially taking a 1-0 lead.
The Eagles traveled to Charlottesville to play No. 1 Virginia, and couldn’t keep up, losing, 6-1, in their third straight defeat. BC has won just one of its last nine games.
The Eagles took the lead three times, but conceded an equalizer in the 88th minute and had to settle for a 3-3 draw with Wake Forest on Senior Day.
Amanda West scored the game-winning goal in the 94th minute, helping Pittsburgh beat the Eagles, 2-1, in overtime Thursday to notch their first ACC win in three years and one day.
N.C. State scored in the final 10 minutes of both halves, beating the Eagles, 2-0, to hand BC its second straight loss.
Gaby Carreiro gave the Eagles hope with a late penalty kick, but No. 22 Louisville was able to hold off the Eagles and win, 2-1, thanks to two first-half goals,
Olivia Vaughn tallied twice after the break and BC used a first-minute goal and a three-goal second half to power past Miami in a decisive 4-0 victory.
When a program loses its head coach of 22 years, chances are that the following year is a step back. Instead, under Jason Lowe, the Eagles won their first six games and are largely on pace with last year’s terrific season.
With three minutes left to play in Boston College women’s soccer’s match against Providence, it looked like the Eagles had a win in the bag. BC led, 1-0, thanks to a goal from Gianna Mitchell, and hadn’t conceded a goal since Sept. 1 at Princeton. That shutout streak ended, though, at an incredibly inopportune time…
Last winter, Boston College women’s soccer saw its leading scorer, Sam Coffey, transfer to Penn State. Then, in the leadup to the 2019 campaign, the Eagles lost Jenna Bike and Kayla Duran—two other players who were expected to be key pieces of their attack—to season-ending injuries. Needless to say, there were some questions about how…