- A new student barber in town
- Sal Nesci Jr. elected president of freshman class
- Azotam, Umar Shannon sign professional deals
- Taylor-made toughness
- Going Greek
- Stepping in
- A search continues
- Men’s soccer downs Providence 3-1
- Freshmen granted early express shuttle access
- MAAC basketball shows to air on ESPN3
Boston College defeats Quinnipiac men’s soccer
Facing a nationally ranked team is always a challenge in any sport. And on Friday the Bobcats faced a stiff test, going up against No. 16 Boston College. The Bobcats held their own through the first half before surrendering to the Eagles 5-0.
The Bobcats held the Eagles in check throughout most of the first half. But in the 36th minute, Kyle Bekker broke the deadlock on a free kick from just outside the box.
From there the Eagles took over, scoring four times in the second half to pull away. The Eagles received goals from Diego Medina-Mendez, Charlie Rugg, and two from Amit Aburmad.
Duval Pereira and Nils von der Heide led the Bobcats with three shots apiece but could get nothing past Eagles keeper Justin Luthy.
The Bobcats continue their nonconference schedule Monday at Vermont.