Boston College and Pitt went 0-0 into the second half due to an excellent save by Allie Augur towards the end of the first. Five minutes into the second, Pitt’s Juliana Vazquez sent a header over Augur but just inside the crossbar for their first goal of the night. The Eagles got the equalizer fifteen minutes later with a cross from Mia Karras that was redirected by one of the Panther’s defenders into the side netting. As the score remained 1-1 in the final minute, the game went into overtime, where the Panthers were able to capitalize. Just four minutes in they scored a second goal off a header, this time from Amanda West.
After Mia Karras’s goal, Boston College now has ten different goal scorers this year. The Eagles return to the Heights this week, hosting Wake Forest this Sunday, Oct. 13 at 1pm and UNC on Thursday, Oct. 17 at 7pm.