Boston College field hockey shut out Providence while tallying two goals in a defensive battle on Wednesday.
After only playing two regular season games, Boston College field hockey faced off against UNC in the ACC tournament, ultimately falling 0-4.
In its first game of the season, Boston College field hockey struggled to generate offense against Louisville, falling 2-1 on the road.
Fusine Govaert scored in the waning minutes of the first half and that was enough for the Eagles as they slipped by the host Cavaliers, 1-0, behind a three-save shutout from Sarah Dwyer.
The Hawks scored in the final minute of the second, third, and fourth quarter, allowing it to sneak by the Eagles, 5-4, despite Margo Carlin’s two goals.
In a span of five minutes in the third quarter, the Cardinals erased an early 1-0 deficit, scoring three of the game’s next four goals and coming away with the come-from-behind win.
Margo Carlin recorded her team-leading seventh goal of the season, Brigid Wood opened the scoring, and the Eagles’ defense recorded its first shutout of the season as BC beat Wake Forest, 2-0, to open ACC play.
The fierce competition between No. 13 Boston College field hockey and No. 2 Maryland has been a back-and-forth relationship over the past four years. The two teams have played each other every year since 2015 as a part of the B1G/ACC Cup, splitting the four games evenly—with every game decided by one or two goals….