Once again, the Eagles have a packed schedule in 2019-20, headlined by a home-and-home against Notre Dame, which has made the last two national championship games, and a visit from Louisville.
Cathy Inglese, who led BC women’s basketball to seven NCAA Tournaments—including three Sweet Sixteens—is the all-time winningest head coach in program history.
Dickens switched her commitment to follow her coach and shined as a freshman, averaging 11.8 points per game and earning All-ACC Freshman Team honors in the process.
Emma Guy once again led the Eagles with 18 points, but the Cavaliers got 29 points from Jocelyn Willoughby and used a big third-quarter run to beat BC 77-61 in the first round of the ACC tournament Wednesday.
Emma Guy led the Eagles with 17 points, but Syracuse’s Tiana Mangakahia responded with a game-high 27, 20 of which came in the second half, and the Orange beat BC 76-59 Saturday afternoon.
Despite progress under first-year head coach Joanna Bernabei-McNamee, BC women’s basketball’s recent defensive struggles show just how much work the Eagles still have to do in order to complete the rebuild.
Emma Guy led all scorers with 19 points, but the Eagles simply couldn’t keep up with Clemson’s hot shooting. The Tigers shot 59 percent from the floor and blew out BC 91-58.
The Irish used a 23-0 run in the third quarter to erase any doubt, building a lead as big as 56 points in a convincing rout of BC.
Makayla Dickens led the Eagles with 24 points, but BC again struggled to execute down the stretch, falling to Virginia on the road in overtime Thursday night.