The score line failed to reflect the significant advantage the Eagles had over the visiting Wolfpack the entire game—they outshot them 18-6, controlled possession, and moved to a perfect 9-0 at home.
BC’s major fall sports are on a tear to open the 2018 season, and it’s an opening surge that can be traced back to last year’s development and late success.
Sam Coffey notched a pair of goals, one in each half, leading the Eagles past their former Big East Rivals en route to the program’s first 4-0 start since 2009.
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.
The Eagles have plenty of returners—including two that’ve recovered from injuries that cost them all of 2017—and an impressive recruiting class that bodes well for the 2018 campaign.