Despite losing their top-two all-time leading scorers, the Eagles bounced back in 2017—at one point winning six of seven matches—and ended up clinching their first ACC Tournament appearance in four years.
Almost two-thirds of the Eagles’ roster consists of underclassmen. Young as ever, BC lost its first non-conference game since 2015 on Sunday. But that might turn out to be a blessing for Alison Foley’s team.
McKenzie Meehan, The Heights’ Female Athlete of the Year, recovered from two terribly-timed injuries to set three major records for BC women’s soccer.
Olivia Vaughn scored her fifth goal of the year in the 95th minute to send the Eagles home with a 2-1 win on Senior Day against Syracuse.
Boston College women’s soccer traveled to Charlottesville, Va., for a matchup with the No. 8 Cavaliers. Although McKenzie Meehan and Gaby Carreiro both scored, ultimately the Eagles lost 3-2.
Boston College women’s soccer fell 2-1 to Clemson on the road for its third straight loss and, with only games remaining, hurts its playoff chances.
Boston College women’s soccer fell flat after an emotional win over No. 2 Florida State, falling to Virginia Tech in double overtime.
Katrine Bjerke tied the game in the 89th minute, and Kaela Dickerman won it for the Cardinals just 20 seconds into the second overtime period.
With her 116th career point, McKenzie Meehan broke BC women’s soccer’s record for most goals and assists.