The Eagles were outscored in the paint, 64-14, and saw a nine-point halftime deficit stretch to 34 as they were overmatched by No. 5 Notre Dame on Saturday afternoon.
After being outscored 21-6 in the second quarter, the Eagles recovered in the latter portion of play, forcing overtime and, ultimately, outlasting UNH.
Non-conference play has been very up-and-down for women’s basketball. The Eagles look to bounce back from a loss to Seton Hall on Sunday when they take on America East foe New Hampshire.
Boston College women’s basketball will have two strong interior presences this season, as Katie Quandt and Mariella Fasoula look to lock down the post for the Eagles.
After a shaky first quarter, the Eagles upped their defensive intensity to coast past Yale for the victory.
Emilee Daley and Kelly Hughes each had 16 points in BC’s 64-59 overtime win over the Wolfpack.
The sophomore and freshman combined for 39 points in the team’s triumph over the Bulldogs.