Boston College field hockey racked up a two-goal lead before Louisville charged back and won it in overtime.
Louisville led 12-9 midway through the second half but BC fought back to tie the game with nine minutes to play and won 14-13 in OT.
Walks and all-around sloppy play cost BC Friday in its loss to Louisville. The Eagles scored three runs in the first two innings off errors but were shut out for the remainder of the game.
Ally Van Timmeren and Cameron Swartz each had 17 points, but Boston College women’s basketball came up short against No. 2 Louisville.
The ACC football power rankings remain mostly undisturbed going into Thanksgiving weekend.