Sunday afternoon, Boston College women’s basketball fell short of victory at Virginia Tech 85–62. The Eagles committed 29 fouls total.
On Thursday night, Boston College women’s basketball notched a comeback 65–57 victory over Virginia with 24 third-quarter points. Cameron Swartz recorded 18 points, and Maria Gakdeng controlled the paint, totaling five blocks and a career-high 16 boards on the night.
In the absence of senior guard Makayla Dickens, Boston College women’s basketball fell to Notre Dame on the road 74–61. On the back of Olivia Miles, the Irish established a sharp-shooting attack and skipped to victory, handing BC a second consecutive loss for the first time this season.
Turnovers continued to be the kryptonite for BC women’s basketball in its 68–49 loss to Georgia Tech Thursday.
Boston College women’s basketball won its third-straight game on Sunday as Cameron Swartz took over offensively to tie BC’s scoring record.
Forcing 29 turnovers, Boston College women’s basketball ran away with its first win of 2022 with an 88–52 victory over New Hampshire.
Boston College women’s basketball couldn’t overcome No. 3 Louisville’s strong defense and fell to the Cardinals Thursday night.