BC women’s basketball won a game Sunday for the first time in a month-and-a-half. The Eagles were underdogs going into their weekend matchup against Georgia Tech but managed to secure a six-point win.
Boston College women’s basketball held the lead for most of the game, but Miami came back in the fourth quarter to secure a 17-point win.
After almost two weeks without a game, BC returned to action Wednesday in a contested loss to Pitt. The Eagles held a late lead and Taylor Soule scored a game-high 27 points, but neither was enough to avoid BC’s ultimate three-point loss.
Ally Van Timmeren and Cameron Swartz each had 17 points, but Boston College women’s basketball came up short against No. 2 Louisville.
The Eagles struggled for most of the game and trailed 60-48 with 2:35 to play, but, led by Makayla Dickens, secured a dramatic comeback victory.
Boston College women’s basketball held its annual media day on Monday, featuring Joanna Bernabei-McNamee and select student-athletes.