Despite losing their top-two all-time leading scorers, the Eagles bounced back in 2017—at one point winning six of seven matches—and ended up clinching their first ACC Tournament appearance in four years.
Almost two-thirds of the Eagles’ roster consists of underclassmen. Young as ever, BC lost its first non-conference game since 2015 on Sunday. But that might turn out to be a blessing for Alison Foley’s team.
Boston College women’s soccer traveled to Charlottesville, Va., for a matchup with the No. 8 Cavaliers. Although McKenzie Meehan and Gaby Carreiro both scored, ultimately the Eagles lost 3-2.
Boston College women’s soccer fell 2-1 to Clemson on the road for its third straight loss and, with only games remaining, hurts its playoff chances.
The Eagles proved they are a forced to be reckoned with in the ACC with a big upset over the Seminoles on Newton.
McKenzie Meehan and Hayley Dowd each netted goals, but it wasn’t enough for Boston College women’s soccer to beat Duke. After a red card and penalty kick allowed the Blue Devils to take an early lead, BC ended up losing 3-2.
The Eagles outplayed LIU Brooklyn from the get-go, finishing with a 2-0 score that made the game seem closer than it really was.
BC forward and leading scorer McKenzie Meehan injured her left knee in BC’s loss to the University of Virginia.