The past two years, the Eagles have lacked talent capable of completely taking over a game, like Alejandro Bedoya or Zeiko Lewis. They’ll need that to get back to the NCAA Tournament and break a postseason drought.
The Eagles weren’t able to find the scoreboard for the second straight game, conceding late in both halves and losing to Pittsburgh, 2-0, Friday night at home to start 0-2 in ACC play.
After an exhilarating win over Holy Cross this past Tuesday—which was the third straight one-goal victory for Ed Kelly’s side—Boston College men’s soccer was shut out by North Carolina State, falling, 1-0, in its ACC opener. The Eagles (4-1, 0-1 Atlantic Coast) were unable to conjure up an equalizer, and the late-game dramatics that appeared…
Is there a program in New England that can stop Boston College men’s soccer? At this point, there doesn’t appear to be a team east of New York that can beat Ed Kelly’s Eagles. After rolling through Quinnipiac and Boston University without surrendering a goal and edging out the Rhode Island last week, BC headed…
Abe Bibas saved a goal with a goal line block and scored on a diving header, but the Eagles were outshot 14-7 and did not register a shot for the final 28 minutes in their ACC Tournament loss to the Wolfpack.
Syracuse outshot the Eagles, 24-9, but the BC backline battled for 110 minutes and helped goalie Antonio Chavez Borrelli post a clean sheet and close the regular season with a scoreless double overtime draw.
The Eagles lost their final non-conference game of the season, allowing a late second-half goal to Rhode Island in what was a disappointing fourth-straight loss.
North Carolina scored twice in the final 10 minutes of the second half, breaking the scoreless tie and handing the Eagles their second shutout loss of the 2018 campaign.