After holding the Blue Devils to two scoreless regulation periods, Boston College women’s soccer couldn’t pull out a win, falling in overtime.
BC closed out a tough month of October with a loss to the visiting Tigers in its season finale, surrendering a pair of goals after initially taking a 1-0 lead.
The Eagles took the lead three times, but conceded an equalizer in the 88th minute and had to settle for a 3-3 draw with Wake Forest on Senior Day.
Amanda West scored the game-winning goal in the 94th minute, helping Pittsburgh beat the Eagles, 2-1, in overtime Thursday to notch their first ACC win in three years and one day.
When a program loses its head coach of 22 years, chances are that the following year is a step back. Instead, under Jason Lowe, the Eagles won their first six games and are largely on pace with last year’s terrific season.
With three minutes left to play in Boston College women’s soccer’s match against Providence, it looked like the Eagles had a win in the bag. BC led, 1-0, thanks to a goal from Gianna Mitchell, and hadn’t conceded a goal since Sept. 1 at Princeton. That shutout streak ended, though, at an incredibly inopportune time…
Senior forward Francesca Venezia broke a scoreless deadlock in the 60th minute, and Sam Smith added an insurance goal late as BC moved to 6-0 on the year with a win over the Wildcats.
Under first-year head coach Jason Lowe, Boston College women’s soccer has already displayed a tendency to come out of the gate strong. In each of the first two games under Lowe, the Eagles tallied within the first 10 minutes. It’s a habit and mentality, apparently, that was inspired at least partly by the United States…
Olivia Vaughn, who sat out the whole spring, scored twice and added an assist as the Eagles surged past visiting UMass Lowell for their second win in a row.