The Boston College men's soccer team played a pair of exhibition matches against the New England Revolution on February 10 and February 15 at Gillette Stadium. The Revolution won both matches as it claimed the first meeting, 3-0, and then took the second match, 2-1.
No. 3 North Carolina used a pair of second half goals to defeat No. 10 Boston College Wednesday night at Newton Campus Field to claim the regular-season ACC title.
It was the first loss for BC at home in an ACC contest since October 3, 2008. The Eagles were 10-0-3 in their last 13 conference matches in Newton.
Charlie Rugg - Junior - Forward - Boston College - Rugg's quickness, touch on the ball, and ability to create and finish scoring opportunities was evident Friday afternoon in Boston College's 3-2 win over George Mason. Rugg was at the center of the Eagle attack netting two goals in their season opening victory.