BC’s offense has trouble getting on the field (Boston.com)
"I don’t think it helped that we only had 10 minutes," Amidon said. "A couple plays got stuffed and we had a couple runs for a loss, and I guess we just didn’t get enough drives to really get going. It was tough. When we do get the ball against a team like this, we’ve got to start faster."
Chris Pantale on prowl (BostonHerald.com)
"I definitely like being out there and being a target for (Rettig)," Pantale said. "My goal today was go out there and make plays in the red zone, and the one I should have made the first time. I’m sure I’ll have a tough time sleeping tonight thinking about that play. It is definitely a play I should have made."
BC drubbed; still winless in conference (BostonHerald.com)
"As the sand goes out of the hourglass with some games left," mused BC coach Frank Spaziani. "I think we’ve been competitive in certain situations. But we are really not that far away but we are miles away. We have to get everybody out there playing and practicing and making some plays."
Boston College Recap (Fear The Triangle)
Now I understand that the loss of Hanley early led to the third period breakdowns that ultimately lost UMass the game. But good teams are able to find a way to win when they have a 3-0 third period lead or even a two goal lead with four minutes to go. Friday showed that UMass still has a ways to go to be considered a good team.
No. 24 Women's Soccer Plays To A Scoreless Tie vs. Miami (BCEagles.com)
"We talk about controlling our own destiny. When we are playing at our best we feel we can beat any team,'' said BC head coach Alison Foley. "Early on we played No. 1 Stanford out there. We beat Florida State here which was No. 1. So think in terms of our ability to play and beat teams and get points off team ... we can play with any team. It's a tough league and anybody can beat anybody. You have to get your energy up for every match. That's where it's hard for every team in this league.''
No. 4 WIH Downs UNH, 5-2 (BCEagles.com)
Haley Skarupa recorded her first two collegiate goals and Corinne Boyles made 18 saves for her first victory of the season and 30th of her career.
No. 16 Field Hockey Falls to No. 3 Syracuse, 4-2 (BCEagles.com)
"It was a challenging weekend with two top-four teams to play," head coach Ainslee Lamb said. "Both games presented great opportunities for the team. Although the results were not optimal, the growth of the team, both tactically and mentally, was exponential."