BC punched its ticket to the NCAA quarterfinals for the fifth straight year on Sunday, defeating Denver 13–8 in the tournament’s second round.
Sunday afternoon, No. 2 seed BC cruised by No. 6 seed Virginia 20–12 to advance to the ACC Tournament Final.
Boston College lacrosse kicked off its postseason campaign on Friday with a 19–13 win over Virginia Tech in the ACC Quarterfinals.
Despite a late comeback bid, Boston College women’s lacrosse lost its second game of the season 16–15 to Duke on Saturday.
Following an hour-long rain delay that elapsed between the first and second quarters, Boston College lacrosse toppled No. 18 Notre Dame 16–10 on Senior Day.
After heading into halftime without a lead for the first time all season, Boston College lacrosse rallied in the second half to defeat Virginia 22–15.
In Boston College lacrosse’s win over Comm. Ave. rival BU, Charlotte North broke the ACC career scoring record. North’s four goals on Saturday gave her 284 total career goals.
Nine Eagles scored Wednesday, as BC lacrosse defeated UMass 22–5. The win marks BC’s largest margin of victory since a 20–2 win over Holy Cross on Feb. 3, 2018.