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.
The Eagles gear up to play the first of two games against ranked opponents in the annual ACC/Big Ten Cup, a matchup that should prove to be a stiff test as they prepare for the conference slate.