No. 9 Boston College Women's Soccer Drops Pair Of Florida Road Games, Now 9-3-2

The 9th ranked Boston College Eagles women's soccer team had a weekend to forget, dropping a pair of road games down in Florida. 

On Thursday, the Eagles fell to Miami 3-2. The Eagles fell behind 2-0 at 60:06, then cut the lead in half on a Julia Bouchelle goal. A little over two minutes later, Miami's Jordan Roseboro scored the game winner at 74:40. BC's Victoria Dimartino had the Eagles' other goal in the match.

Today, BC was defeated by Florida State 1-0 down in Tallahassee. The Eagles and Seminoles played nearly the entire game scoreless before Florida State's Dagny Brynjarsdottir broke a scoreless tie at 83:22. BC outshot the Seminoles 12-10.

After starting the season 9-1-2, the Eagles have now lost three straight to Duke, Miami and Florida State. With only three conference games left to play, the Eagles are now in the middle of the ACC league table with 12 points. BC returns home to face North Carolina (Thursday, October 20), N.C. State (Oct. 23) and Wake Forest (Oct. 27) to complete the regular season.

Cheer on the Eagles as they host the 10th ranked Tar Heels on Newton Campus this Thursday. Kickoff is at 7:00 pm and admission is free.

Go Eagles!

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