BC is on a four-game winning streak and has already set the program’s single-season record for ACC wins, but the question is whether it’s too late for a tournament push.
N.C. State scored in the final 10 minutes of both halves, beating the Eagles, 2-0, to hand BC its second straight loss.
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…
Lexi DiEmmanuele and Emme Martinez capped off stellar seasons for Boston College softball with second team All-ACC honors. The two were the only Eagles with a batting average over .300 in 2019.
Maddison Hamilton plated the winning run with an RBI groundout, and the Eagles scored three runs in the seventh inning to overturn a 3-1 deficit, beating N.C. State 4-3 in the first game of the weekend series.
Nik Popovic scored all of his team-high 18 points in the second half, while Ky Bowman chipped in with 16 points of his own, but the Eagles fell 89-80 to the Wolfpack in overtime.
The Eagles forced four turnovers throughout the day and scored 20 points in the final 18 minutes of regulation, but even that kind of performance wasn’t enough to make up for BC’s offensively-challenged slow start.
Simon Enstrom recorded his third game-winning goal of the season in the 61st minute, and the Eagles held on to upset N.C. State, logging their first victory over a ranked opponent this fall.