Louisville held the Eagles to a season-low three first-half goals. It was only a matter of time before BC found its footing—as soon as it did, its offense, the second-highest scoring unit in the nation, took over.
Sam Apuzzo tallied six goals and two assists, and the Eagles capped off spring break with a convincing victory over the Aztecs, extending the second-longest win streak in program history.
For the first time all year, the Eagles entered the break trailing, but they kicked it into gear in the second half, and Tess Chandler scored both the tying and game-winning goals to preserve BC’s perfect record.
Tess Chandler netted her first hat trick of the season and backed by 11 first-half goals, BC rolled to its seventh-straight win to start the year with a 14-2 win over visiting Binghamton.
Eleven different Eagles found the back of the net during their home opener against Holy Cross, en route to an 18-goal victory, the program’s most decisive victory in three years.
In its season opener, BC scored the first five goals of the second half, breaking an even-keeled game wide open and giving it enough insurance to hold off a late Notre Dame comeback.
Another huge scoring outburst by two-sport star Kenzie Kent lifted the Eagles to their first-ever National Final against undefeated Maryland.
Sam Apuzzo’s three goals and four assists in the win against Canisius were enough to break BC’s single-season scoring record and make her the first Eagle to ever log at least 100 points in a season.