Here are several takeaways from Boston College lacrosse’s loss to Northwestern in the 2023 Women’s Lacrosse National Championship.
No. 3 seeded Boston College lacrosse fell to No. 1 seeded Northwestern 18–6 in the 2023 D1 Women’s Lacrosse National Championship Game.
Led by Jenn Medjid’s five goals, Boston College lacrosse defeated Syracuse 8–7 to punch its ticket to its sixth straight National Championship appearance.
No. 1 seed Boston College lacrosse earned its first ACC Tournament Championship with its 11–9 win over No. 3 seed North Carolina on Sunday.
No. 1-seeded Boston College lacrosse allowed its second-fewest goals all season en route to a 9–4 win over No. 5-seeded Notre Dame to advance to the ACC Tournament Championship on Sunday.
No. 4 Boston College lacrosse defeated Duke 15–9 on Wednesday to advance to the ACC Tournament semifinals.
Boston College lacrosse came back and defeated Syracuse 17–16 to claim the No. 1 seed in the ACC Tournament on Thursday.
No. 7 Boston College lacrosse defeated No. 12 Virginia 25–13 on Saturday in Alumni Stadium, tying the program’s single-game scoring record.
Jenn Medjid’s seven goals propelled Boston College lacrosse past Boston University with a 19–8 victory in the Battle of Commonwealth Avenue.
Saturday afternoon, No. 7 Boston College lacrosse defeated No. 8 Notre Dame 12–11 on a game-winning goal from Cassidy Weeks.