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.
Sky Caron scored twice while Charlotte Von Huelsen, Nell Webber, Fusine Govaert and Margo Carlin all added scores in a thorough 6-2 win over nearby rival Northeastern on Sunday afternoon.
In a game where the result can turn on a dime and turnovers happen at the drop of a hat, it’s all about rebounding. Whether it’s a simple change of possession, a second-chance shot, or the comeback from a career-threatening injury, Boston College field hockey is no stranger to bouncing back. Mired in a three-game…
The future is bright at BC across the board, as every fall team on campus has one if not several impact freshmen—an impressive total for one class.
Despite dominating the game for three quarters and building a two-goal lead, BC broke down in the final 15 minutes and gave up back-to-back goals before eventually falling in overtime.
Needing to make a run in the conference tournament for a remote shot at the NCAAs, BC instead dropped its quarterfinal matchup with Virginia by a narrow one-goal margin despite outshooting the Cavaliers.
Having not won a conference game in over a month, the Eagles will travel to North Carolina on Thursday to kick off ACC Tournament play against a Virginia team that they defeated back in September.
Lucy Lytle opened the scoring gates for the third-consecutive game, but No. 4 Duke—the second-highest scoring team in the ACC—found the back of the net twice in the final 15 minutes of regulation to edge BC.
Lucy Lytle found the back of the cage 25 seconds in, and BC never looked back, bouncing back from Friday night’s loss to UNC with a five-goal victory against the visiting Minutewomen.