Led by a career-high 33 points from Taylor Soule, BC women’s basketball trounced Quinnipiac on Monday in a 94–68 victory.
Four different players netted goals for the Eagles, who beat Quinnipiac, 4-0, to win their second straight game and move above .500.
BC hasn’t won a non-conference game since November 2016, with the latest defeat a shutout at the hands of a Quinnipiac team that is now 3-0-1 all-time against the Eagles.
Even though Quinnipiac scored on BC for the first time since 2013, Simon Enstrom’s two goals were enough to hold off the Bobcats for the Eagles’ fourth-straight season-opening victory.
Behind braces from Olivia Vaughn and Gaby Carreiro, BC rallied for two second-half goals after squandering an early lead to beat Quinnipiac in it’s season opener.
Coming into the Eagles’ season opener against Quinnipiac, fans knew what they were going to get from goalkeeper Joseph Woll. Jacob Tortora’s performance, on the other hand, was quite a surprise.
The Eagles answered a lot of questions in their season-opening tie to Quinnipiac that should help define the team’s identity throughout the season.
BC will have to navigate its home opener against Quinnipiac without its top five leading scorers from last season.