Right from the get-go, BC dominated every facet of its Friday night home opener against Vanderbilt. But one simple mental error, and the Eagles found themselves on the losing end.
Without Meehan and Dowd, BC Will Rely on Abundance of Youth in 2017
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.
Vaughn Stays Hot as Eagles Split Road Openers
BC split its first two games of the regular season, but Vaughn looked superb in both, tallying three goals over the weekend.
Four Different Eagles Score in Exhibition Victory Over UConn
Just like in 2016, BC kicked off the season by downing Connecticut in a scrimmage. Only this time, the Eagles poured on four goals, all while shutting out the Huskies.
Walkling Carries NC State Past the Eagles
NC State earned eight yellow cards for pushy, aggressive play, but also earned a 1-0 victory over the Eagles on Sunday afternoon.
Early Mistake Dooms Women’s Soccer in 3-2 Loss to Duke
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.
Goals From Dowd and O’Brien Carry BC Past LIU Brooklyn
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.
Meehan Carries BC Past Northeastern in Overtime
Boston College women’s soccer fought from behind after surrendering a penalty kick goal to Northeastern, eventually earning a 2-1 overtime victory over the Huskies.