Largely due to the contributions of Charlotte North and Acacia Walker-Weinstein, BC lacrosse has helped increase the visibility of women’s sports as a whole.
A lights-out performance by all-time NCAA goal leader Charlotte North wasn’t enough for Boston College lacrosse in the National Championship on Sunday, as BC fell to rival North Carolina 12–11, coming up just short of a repeat title.
In her 10 years at BC, Acacia Walker-Weinstein has built Boston College lacrosse from the ground up, culminating in the Eagles’ National Championship win in 2021.
In 28 years as the head coach at BC, Jerry York produced some of the most memorable moments in college hockey history. Here his top 10.
Reilly and Urbank join an exclusive group of college stars who have appeared in four straight national championships.
The NCAA title game for Boston College lacrosse told a tale of two halves. Here are five turning points that earned BC its first championship.
Charlotte North’s record-breaking performance lifted Boston College lacrosse over Syracuse for the program’s first National Championship — four seasons in the making.
Megan Taylor and the fourth-ranked Maryland defense held the Eagles to just 10 goals, crushing BC’s national title dreams for the second time in three years.
Delaney Belinskas has always played multiple sports, and nothing has changed—she’s playing key roles with women’s hockey and softball at BC.