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Boston College Athletics Wrap Up, Week 9: Field Hockey and Men’s Hockey Bring Home BC’s Only Wins

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Need a recap of what happened on the Heights last week? Here’s what your favorite Eagles’ teams accomplished...

Cross Country

The men’s and women’s cross country teams competed in the ACC Championship this weekend. Anna Oeser was BC’s leading runner in the women’s 6k, coming in 18th with a time of 20:46.6. BC’s only other top 50 finisher was Kylee Raftis, who came in 40th with a time of 21:15.1. On the men’s side, BC’s top finisher in the men’s 8k was David Scherrer, who earned a 96th place finish with a time of 25:38.9.

TL;DR: BC’s top finishers in the ACC Championship were Anna Oeser (18th place) and David Scherrer (96th place).

Field Hockey

BC closed out the regular season this weekend, finishing 12-5 overall and 3-3 in the ACC after defeating Wake Forest 2-1 on Friday.
Neither team scored in the first half of the game, during which both squads put on strong defensive showings. Nell Weber opened the scoring in the 35th minute of play, taking a pass from Margo Carlin to put BC up 1-0. Elizabeth Warner scored off a penalty corner minutes later to give BC a 2-0 lead, and despite Wake cutting that lead to 2-1 in the fourth, BC was able to hold on to win.

TL;DR: BC defeated Wake Forest 2-1 and will face Virginia next week in the ACC Tournament.


The Eagles lost another game this week, picking up just 2 field goals in a 21-6 loss to Syracuse. Read our full recap here.

Men’s Hockey

The Eagles continue to struggle to put together a 2-0 weekend, as they fell to UVM 5-4 in overtime on Friday before defeating the Catamounts 3-2 yesterday. Read our recaps here and here.

Women’s Hockey

BC’s undefeated streak was broken this weekend by #6 Northeastern. On Friday night, the Huskies scored 4 unanswered goals before BC was able to break through Aerin Frankel midway through the third period. Hannah Bilka picked up BC’s first goal to cut NU’s lead to 4-1, and Kelly Browne scored a power play goal just over 4 minutes later for a final score of 4-2 Huskies. On Saturday, Northeastern shut out BC 3-0.
BC goalie Abigail Levy continues to be fantastic - she made 47 saves on Friday and 35 saves on Saturday for a weekend total of 82 saves.

TL;DR: BC went 0-2 against Northeastern thanks to strong Huskies goaltending and despite strong Eagles goaltending.


The men’s team closed out the regular season on Friday night, falling to NC State in double overtime. The teams were scoreless throughout regulation, although NC State led the Eagles 5-2 in shots on goal. The Eagles made 0 SOG during either overtime period, and the Wolfpack scored the winning goal at 107:40. The Eagles will start out the ACC Tournament on Wednesday, facing Virginia Tech.

The women’s team ended the season with a 4-1 loss to Clemson, which means that they won just 1 ACC game this season. The Eagles’ lone goal was scored by Samantha Agresti 6 and a half minutes into the game.

TL;DR: Both soccer teams ended the regular season with losses - the men lost 1-0 to NC State, and the women lost 4-1 to Clemson.


On Friday, the Eagles fell to FSU 0-3 in straight sets of 25-20, 25-18, and 25-15. Florida State dominated in all factors of the game, although the Eagles did manage to score 4 aces - 2 from Katrina Jensen and 2 from Grace Penn.

BC then lost to Miami in straight sets on Halloween, with the Hurricanes winning in sets of 25-18, 25-23, and 25-14. Despite losing, Clare Naughton led all players in the game with 13 kills and Anna Murphy led the game with 15 digs.

TL;DR: BC played Florida State and Miami this weekend, and were swept by both teams.