BC Women’s Lacrosse Falls in First Round of 2013 NCAA Tournament


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The Boston College Eagles women’s lacrosse team, who just recently earned an at-large bid to the 2013 NCAA Tournament, are out as quickly as they got in. Playing in Syracuse, New York, the ladies lost in their first-round game against the Dartmouth Big Green, 11-8.

With the defeat, Boston College is now 1-11 all-time against Dartmouth in women’s lacrosse. The Eagles end their season with a 12-8 record. Furthermore, the women are now 0-2 in NCAA Tournament play in program history.

Boston College trailed most of the way, having led 2-1 early but losing the lead after a quick Dartmouth run from which they did not recover. Sophomore Covie Stanwick led the way for the Eagles, scoring five of BC’s eight goals. It was the fourth time this season she had reached the five-goal plateau. The other three Eagle goals came from Mikaela Rix, Moira Barry, and Sarah Mannelly.

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