After falling short in the ACC tournament, the Boston College Eagles will have a shot at the NCAA tournament.
The Eagles were announced as an at-large bid Monday afternoon during the NCAA's selection show. The Eagles will face the Fordham Rams of the Atlantic 10 Conference on Nov. 17.
Fordham was the winner of the A-10 tournament, defeating Virginia Commonwealth University in a shootout 3-2 to take the A-10 title.
The Rams were 10-6-4 on the year, netting a 5-2-1 record in the A-10. The Rams went on to win three straight games in the A10 tournament, defeating Duquesne and Rhode Island by identical 4-0 scorelines, before defeating VCU in the shootout following a 0-0 deadlock through two overtimes in the A10 Championship.
The winner of the match between Boston College and Fordham in the out-bracket will play the No. 14 seed Albany on Nov. 20. The winner between Albany and the winner of BC/Fordham will play the winner of Clemson and South Carolina/Mercer.