BC—at one point ranked the 23rd-best team in the country—is 5-2 through seven games of play. Before the Eagles kick off the back half of the schedule, it’s a good time to hand out some midseason awards.
Lichtenberg, Special Teams off to an Impressive Start
Ever since Nate Freese left for the NFL in 2013, BC has struggled to find consistency on special teams. But after four years, it appears that the Eagles have finally instituted a system that works.
Running Back Corps Shines in Eagles’ First Scrimmage
After five days of training camp, the Eagles suited up for their first scrimmage of the summer. Similar to the Jay Memorial Spring Game, the offense stole the show.
Men’s Soccer Releases 2017 Schedule
The Eagles released their schedule for the 2017 regular season on Monday. Nothing stands out more than the five opponents that made last year’s Elite Eight.
Lewis’ Late Equalizer Forces Draw Against Louisville
Zeiko Lewis came up clutch for the Eagles on Friday night, netting the equalizer in the 86th minute in a 1-1 tie against Louisville.
Set Pieces, Wing Play Give BC Advantage Over Duke
With Zeiko Lewis commanding the sideline and Callum Johnson serving up beautiful crosses, the Eagles edged Duke, 1-0, in the ACC opener.
Now Is the Time for Men’s Soccer to Prove Elite Status
Coming off an Elite Eight postseason run, Ed Kelly’s squad only got deeper and more experienced. It’s time for the Eagles to show the rest of the ACC they are indeed elite.
Villanova Hands BC Men’s Soccer Its First Loss
Maximillian Schulze-Geisthovel scored for the fourth time in as many games, but the Eagles lost to Nova on a late goal, 2-1.
No. 11 Men’s Soccer Struggles to Take Down Hofstra
The Eagles took home a win against Hofstra, but head coach Ed Kelly was largely unimpressed.
New Scorers Leads Men’s Soccer to Victory in Season Opener
The Eagles took down Quinnipiac in a 2-0 shutout in Hamden, Conn. in the season opener.