The NCAA title game for Boston College lacrosse told a tale of two halves. Here are five turning points that earned BC its first championship.
Charlotte North’s record-breaking performance lifted Boston College lacrosse over Syracuse for the program’s first National Championship — four seasons in the making.
Boston College lacrosse earned its fourth straight trip to the Final Four thanks to big performances from both new and familiar faces.
The Eagles will face Notre Dame in the quarterfinals after their 21-11 victory over the Owls. Charlotte North scored eight goals.
Seven goals by Charlotte North led Boston College lacrosse to a 19-6 win over Fairfield on Friday in the first round of the NCAA Tournament.
Charlotte North failed to register a point for just the second time in her BC career as Syracuse took a commanding early and won 16-7.
Jenn Medjid netted the game winner, and Rachel Hall made a clutch save in the final minute to lift Boston College lacrosse over Syracuse.
Thanks to four goals each from Belle Smith and Charlotte North, No. 5 Boston College lacrosse took down No. 4 Notre Dame on Thursday.
Charlotte North broke the single-game goal record for Boston College lacrosse on Saturday, leading the Eagles to a 21-11 win over Virginia Tech.