Adam French scored his first career goal, Amos Shapiro-Thompson opened his scoring ledger in his first game in a BC uniform, and the Eagles started the season with a 2-0 shutout of the Wildcats.
Season in Review: 2018 Men’s Soccer
The Eagles finished under .500 for the fifth time in six years, and will lose Simon Enstrom—who finishes his career tied for second in program history with 31 goals—to graduation as they seek to reload before the 2019 season.
Men’s Soccer’s Regular Season Ends With Scoreless Tie at No. 20 Syracuse
Syracuse outshot the Eagles, 24-9, but the BC backline battled for 110 minutes and helped goalie Antonio Chavez Borrelli post a clean sheet and close the regular season with a scoreless double overtime draw.
At URI, Eagles Once Again Let Match Slip Away in Final Stages of Regulation
The Eagles lost their final non-conference game of the season, allowing a late second-half goal to Rhode Island in what was a disappointing fourth-straight loss.
Enstrom’s Second-Minute Goal Holds Up in Win Over Harvard
Simon Enstrom scored in the second minute—off of an assist from goaltender Antonio Chavez-Borelli nonetheless—and the Eagles escaped another one-goal decision with a win.
BC Upsets No. 17 N.C. State, Snaps Three-Match Losing Streak
Simon Enstrom recorded his third game-winning goal of the season in the 61st minute, and the Eagles held on to upset N.C. State, logging their first victory over a ranked opponent this fall.
Previewing 2018 Men’s Soccer: Connecticut
After a narrow loss to Louisville, the Eagles return to action against a nearby foe that they needed a Callum Johnson game-winner in the 104th minute to beat last year—Connecticut.
Previewing 2018 Men’s Soccer: Louisville
Undefeated through five games, BC looks to bounce back from a disappointing draw to Holy Cross as they host a red-hot conference opponent in No. 7 Louisville.
Missed Chances Haunt Eagles in Holy Cross Tie
Simon Enstrom scored his sixth goal of the season, and BC recorded 32 shots to Holy Cross’ seven, but struggled to find a way past Holy Cross keeper Henry Stutz in a frustrating draw.
Eagles Rally Twice, Settle for Draw With Rival BU
BC erased a two-goal lead and then rallied again, scoring a game-tying goal with under four minutes remaining in regulation before eventually drawing in overtime with the rival Terriers.