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Boston College Women’s Lacrosse 13, Maryland 16: Photo Highlights

Highlights from the 2017 NCAA Championship

Kathryn Riley, BC Interruption

Yesterday, the Boston College lacrosse team played in the 2017 NCAA Championship game. This was the first time in BC history that a non-hockey program has appeared in an NCAA title game. The Eagles fought hard, but unfortunately ended up losing to top-ranked, undefeated Maryland by a score of 16-13. After the game, BC junior Kenzie Kent was named the Most Outstanding Player of the 2017 Tournament. Kent scored 37 points overall and 10 points in the final game. Additionally, Kate Weeks and Sam Apuzzo were named to the All Tournament Team. Apuzzo, who scored 4 goals in yesterday’s match, ends the year with an NCAA-leading 80 goals this season.

Although the loss was disappointing, BC came into the tournament unranked and played well throughout. With many star players returning next season, the future looks bright for the Eagles. Check out some photo highlights of the game below, courtesy of BC Interruption photographer Kathryn Riley.