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.
BC was deadlocked with James Madison at halftime and even took a two-goal lead in the second half, but the Dukes came roaring back to hand the ACC regular season champions their second title game loss in as many years.
For the second year in a row, the Eagles are playing for the National Championship, taking on a fellow one-loss team in James Madison on Sunday afternoon in Stony Brook, N.Y.
In a memorable 2017 campaign, Boston College lacrosse head coach Acacia Walker not only broke the program record for wins, but also led her team to its first national championship in school history.
Ever since Kenzie Kent took the field, BC has looked like a different team. Now, the Eagles feature one of the most dangerous offenses in the country and are gearing up for their first national title game in program history.