The Boston College Eagles’ fourth win of the season was a hard fought one, as the Eagles squeaked past cross-state rival Holy Cross in Worcester Tuesday night.
The Eagles got on the board early in the 16th minute. After Jesus Sahagun won a ball at midfield, he sent the ball to Mike Suski at the top of the box, who sent the ball into the net giving the Eagles the 1-0 lead going into the half.
The second half, though, was crazy. The Crusaders tied the game in the 56th minute before the Eagles struck back in the 60th minute when Amos Shapiro-Thompson sent a shot in to the box, got his own rebound and finished the job to give the Eagles the 2-1 lead. Max Krause scored his second of the game in the 74th minute to tie the game at two, before the Eagles scored in the 83rd minute after winning a battle to the left of the Holy Cross goal. Lasse Lehmann sent a ball in front where Stefan Siguardson tipped it to Jesus Sahagun who got the game-winning goal.