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.
Saturday night, No. 1 North Carolina downed Boston College lacrosse, 16–9, to capture the ACC Championship for the fifth straight year.
Nine Eagles scored Wednesday, as BC lacrosse defeated UMass 22–5. The win marks BC’s largest margin of victory since a 20–2 win over Holy Cross on Feb. 3, 2018.
Seven goals by Charlotte North led Boston College lacrosse to a 19-6 win over Fairfield on Friday in the first round of the NCAA Tournament.
Boston College lacrosse could not complete a comeback against Syracuse in the ACC Tournament Semifinals Friday, falling to the Orange 19-17.
Jenn Medjid netted the game winner, and Rachel Hall made a clutch save in the final minute to lift Boston College lacrosse over Syracuse.
Thanks to four goals each from Belle Smith and Charlotte North, No. 5 Boston College lacrosse took down No. 4 Notre Dame on Thursday.
Charlotte North broke the single-game goal record for Boston College lacrosse on Saturday, leading the Eagles to a 21-11 win over Virginia Tech.