Rowing and field hockey won, men’s and women’s tennis struggled, and track and field wrapped up its season.
Weekly Sports Roundup: Week of April 5th
Both men’s and women’s soccer notched ties in double-OT contests, rowing scored a win over BU lights, and tennis’ struggles continued.
Weekly Sports Roundup: Week of March 8
This week in Boston College athletics, BC skiing competed at the NCAA Championships and field hockey held both of its opponents scoreless.
Weekly Sports Roundup: Week of Feb. 22
It was a challenging weekend for BC Athletics, as swimming and diving, track and field, and fencing all placed last at ACC Championships.
BC Women’s Tennis Roundup: Week of 2/1
Boston College women’s tennis kicked off its season last week with a win over Army and a loss to Syracuse. The Eagles will take this weekend off before facing Notre Dame on the road.
Season in Review: 2019 Women’s Tennis
The Eagles finally achieved their longstanding goal of making an appearance in the NCAA Tournament as they set numerous program records along the way.
Women’s Tennis’ Season Ends with Defeat to Florida in NCAA Tournament
The Eagles put up a valiant effort against the Gators in the NCAA Tournament, but their sensational season concluded with a 4-1 defeat in the opening round.
Weekly Roundup: Lacrosse Completes Perfect Regular Season, Baseball Swept at North Carolina
Welcome back to another edition of our Weekly Roundup, where we talk about lacrosse completing yet another undefeated regular season, baseball being swept for the first time all season, and more.
Women’s Tennis Knocked Out of ACC Tournament by Wake, Awaits NCAA Fate
Despite a valiant effort, the Eagles fell to the Demon Deacons in the second round of the ACC Tournament and will now wait and see if they did enough to clinch a berth in the NCAA Tournament.
Women’s Tennis Beats Louisville, Advances in ACC Tournament
Rebounding from a two-game losing streak that ended the regular season, BC earned its 16th win of the season to move on in the ACC Tournament, its highest total in two decades.