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.
For the second year in a row, the Eagles are playing for the National Championship, taking on a fellow one-loss team in James Madison on Sunday afternoon in Stony Brook, N.Y.
In a rematch of the 2017 National Championship game, the Eagles rewrote the script, becoming just the third team in the past six years to defeat Maryland, punching their ticket to their second-straight title game.
Game after game, BC has made its case for the top spot in the weekly Inside Lacrosse Poll. Now outright ACC regular season champions, it’s clearer than ever that the undefeated Eagles should be recognized as the best team in the country.
Winners of 12 straight, the Eagles are off to their best start in program history and could very well be heading back to the National Championship. Do they have what it takes to win it all?
The past two years, the Eagles have struggled to pull out a win in the ACC/Big Ten Cup. But after Sunday’s game against Maryland, BC exited the early-season tournament on top.
The Eagles gave it their all in a tight first half against the undefeated Terrapins, but couldn’t seal the deal in the national title game.
In a memorable 2017 campaign, Boston College lacrosse head coach Acacia Walker not only broke the program record for wins, but also led her team to its first national championship in school history.