The Eagles broke the game open in the second half and staved a late Virginia comeback to beat the Cavaliers in Charlottesville for the first time in program history.
Winners of 12 straight, the Eagles are off to their best start in program history and could very well be heading back to the National Championship. Do they have what it takes to win it all?
Louisville held the Eagles to a season-low three first-half goals. It was only a matter of time before BC found its footing—as soon as it did, its offense, the second-highest scoring unit in the nation, took over.
Sam Apuzzo tallied six goals and two assists, and the Eagles capped off spring break with a convincing victory over the Aztecs, extending the second-longest win streak in program history.
For the first time all year, the Eagles entered the break trailing, but they kicked it into gear in the second half, and Tess Chandler scored both the tying and game-winning goals to preserve BC’s perfect record.
Tess Chandler netted her first hat trick of the season and backed by 11 first-half goals, BC rolled to its seventh-straight win to start the year with a 14-2 win over visiting Binghamton.
Four games into her senior season, Tess Chandler was off to the best start to her career—then she tore her ACL and meniscus, sprained her MCL, and bruised her femur on one play, sidelining her for the rest of the year. Now a redshirt, the three-year captain is to back leave everything on the table.