Eagles score three second-half goals, including McKenzie Meehan's third of the season
Meehan returns to action after missing last season with injury.
Stephanie McCaffrey earns fourth consecutive academic honor from conference
Women's soccer players honored by the NSCAA
Stephanie McCaffrey, Hayley Dowd and Allyson Swaby earn conference honors.
AS A SOPHOMORE (2014)
Started and played in all 19 games … Notched a goal or assist in 11 of 19 games … Had five multiple point games … Led BC in scoring with 15 goals and three assists for 33 points, good enough for third overall in the conference … At the end of the regular season, Dowd led the conference in scoring and was third in points … Finished the season with five game-winning goals … Had two goals and one assist for five points in the win over North Florida … Had a five-game scoring streak from Aug. 31 to Sept. 12 and in that run scored six goals and one assist … Had two goals and one assist vs. Pittsburgh on Sept. 25 … Posted two goals vs. Virginia on October 9 … Had her second five-game goal scoring streak which started on Oct. 9 vs. UVA and ended on Oct. 26 with a goal against Duke .. In the five games, Dowd had seven goals … Led BC with 62 shots, 32 on goal … Named an All-ACC second-team selection and an NSCAA All-Southeast Regional second team honors … All-ACC Academic team honoree.
Played in all 24 games, starting five ... Finished the season tied for third on the team with 14 points, on five goals and four assists ... Had 50 shots ... Had one game-winning goal, at Illinois on Nov. 24 ... Tallied both a goal and an assist twice, at Hofstra on Sep. 1 and at Illinois on Nov. 24 ... Named to the All-ACC Academic Team ... Reached the Elite Eight of the NCAA Tournament ... Earned the Athletic Director's Award for Academic Achievement ... All-ACC Honor Roll honoree.