There wasn’t a lot of doubt Sunday afternoon on Newton Campus as to who the better team in the NCAA women’s lacrosse second round matchup played at the Newton Lacrosse & Soccer Field.
After the No. 2 Boston College Eagles and Colorado Buffaloes played to a 3-3 deadlock early in the first half, the Eagles pulled away, conceding only one more goal in the first half, and winning the game 21-9.
Sam Apuzzo had a day to remember in the matchup. The Tewaaraton Award finalist scored seven goals on 10 shots on the day, and contributed an assist as well.
Kenzie Kent had a day to remember as well. Kent contributed four goals on the day, and assisted on five goals herself.
Clearly, after the Eagles lost the ACC tournament, the Eagles are not messing around.
The Eagles will take on the winner of the Loyola (MD) v. Princeton game, still in progress as of press time.