For a brief 7 mins during Newton Campus Lacrosse Soccer Field, it looked like a Boston College Eagles would collect adult their fourth ACC feat in a final scheduled home unchanging deteriorate diversion of a year.
No. 12 Virginia, however, had other plans.
After BC’s Jenna Bike gave a Eagles a lead in a 51st minute, her initial idea of a year, a Hoos scored dual unanswered goals to better a Eagles 2-1 to tighten out a Eagles’ home schedule.
The diversion was not but controversy. Carly Leipzig scored a idea in a 55th notation that would have given a Eagles a 2-0 advantage. The goal, however, was called behind on an offside.
“We warranted that second idea and it wasn’t offside,” BC conduct manager Allison Foley said. “UVA would have never come behind from a 2-0 deficit.”
BC will transport to Pittsburgh Oct. 26 to tighten out ACC play.