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Boston College Athletics | March 6, 2014

No. 7 Boston College posts 13-10 win at Southern California

Covie Stanwick

LOS ANGELES -- No. 7 Boston College defeated Southern California 13-10 on Thursday afternoon at McAlister Field.

The Eagles (5-1, 1-1 ACC) were led by senior captain Moira Barry who notched three goals in the contest. Fellow captain Brooke Blue and junior Mikaela Rix each tallied two goals while Sarah Mannelly, Covie Stanwick, Kate McCarthy, Tess Chandler, Cali Ceglarski, and Caroline Margolis all added a goal.

Junior goal keeper Emily Mata had six saves.                         

The two teams traded goals to start the first half. Margolis tied the game at 2 on a free position shot at the 23:01 mark.

Chandler found Barry for another point just minutes after, boosting the Eagles to a 3-2 advantage. The Women of Troy then went on a 3-0 spurt to give them a 5-3 lead with 16:20 left in the half.

Boston College immediately answered with a 3-0 run of its own to make it a 6-5 game. Barry notched two of the goals during the run.

USC tied it up at 6 with 17 seconds remaining on an unassisted shot from Cordrey, but McCarthy found the net with two seconds left to give the Eagles a 7-6 edge at the half.

Mannelly opened up the scoring at the beginning of the second, giving Boston College a two-point advantage. Both squads exchanged goals until the Eagles went on another decisive 3-0 run late in the half to give them a 13-8 lead.

The Women of Troy scored twice to end the half, but it was not enough to outlast BC.

The Eagles had the advantage in shots (31-21) and draws (13-12). Both teams had 13 ground balls and USC had eight saves to BC’s six.

 

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