Coming off an Elite Eight postseason run, Ed Kelly’s squad only got deeper and more experienced. It’s time for the Eagles to show the rest of the ACC they are indeed elite.
Ed Kelly and BC men’s soccer’s journey to the Elite Eight ended against the No. 6-ranked Orange in a 1-0 loss.
After overtime ended in a 1-1 draw, the Eagles beat the Hoyas 5-4 on PK’s to advance to the Elite Eight for the first time since 2002.
Boston College men’s soccer was upset by the University of Louisville in a devastating double-overtime finish. The game marked BC’s first loss to an underseeded team in over a month.
With the one of the youngest teams in the ACC, the Eagles are already making noise this year. Imagine what can they do with some more depth and experience.
Boston College’s Olympic sports have impressed so far this season, and they’ll need to continue doing so to provide a spark to the retooling of BC Athletics.