After a postponement filled 2020 season, the Eagles have returned to their elite 2019 ways as they downed two top-10 opponents over the weekend.
Sam Apuzzo, Kenzie Kent, Dempsey Arsenault, and Elizabeth Miller were named IWLCA First Team All-Americans—a total of four honorees that no other D-I team could match.
The Eagles class of 2019 should ultimately be remembered for the winning culture they helped build, not failing to capture a national championship in a sport without much parity.
For the third straight season, the Eagles came up just short of a coveted national championship. Here are eight observations from the heartbreaking defeat to No. 1 Maryland.
For the third straight season, the Eagles one game away from a national title. Check out our preview of the matchup against the No. 1 Terrapins, who will pose BC all sorts of challenges when the teams meet Sunday.
The Eagles will play a familiar foe in Maryland in the national championship. Here’s a look at the last three meetings between the two teams. BC won the last game between the two, in the Final Four a season ago.
A dual-sport athlete her first three years at BC, graduate student Kenzie Kent is now solely focused on the sport of lacrosse, but her goal remains the same: to bring home a national title.
With two of the nation’s best attackers, a dynamic midfield, and back-to-back championship appearances under their belts, the Eagles enter 2019 with high hopes for a first title.
The Eagles earned the No. 1 ranking because of a roster that features reigning Teewaaraton Award winner Sam Apuzzo and is certainly one of the most talented in the country and the top recruiting class in the country.