louisville VS boston college

2019-04-24
louisville
louisville - 4

vs

boston college
boston college - 15
  • Scoring

  • ally hall ( 2 , 0 )
  • caroline blalock ( 1 , 0 )
  • kayla marshall ( 1 , 0 )
  • tessa chad ( 0 , 1 )
  • Scoring

  • sheila rietano ( 2 , 2 )
  • dempsey arsenault ( 0 , 4 )
  • jordan lappin ( 3 , 0 )
  • cara urbank ( 3 , 0 )
  • kate taylor ( 2 , 0 )
  • sam apuzzo ( 1 , 1 )
  • brooke troy ( 1 , 0 )
  • taylor walker ( 1 , 0 )
  • caitlynn mossman ( 1 , 0 )
  • jenn medjid ( 1 , 0 )
  • maggie casey ( 0 , 1 )
  • Shots

  • ally hall 5
  • caroline blalock 2
  • kayla marshall 4
  • tessa chad 5
  • brenna shanahan 4
  • hannah morris 1
  • alex mcnicholas 3
  • Shots

  • sheila rietano 4
  • dempsey arsenault 5
  • jordan lappin 4
  • cara urbank 6
  • kate taylor 2
  • sam apuzzo 3
  • brooke troy 1
  • taylor walker 4
  • caitlynn mossman 1
  • jenn medjid 5
  • maggie casey 1
  • Ground Balls

  • ally hall 3
  • caroline blalock 1
  • tessa chad 2
  • shayla scanlan 1
  • paige richbourg 1
  • kirsten parker 1
  • shay clevenger 1
  • sarah blalock 1
  • brenna shanahan 2
  • alex mcnicholas 1
  • rachel florek 2
  • Ground Balls

  • sheila rietano 3
  • dempsey arsenault 3
  • jordan lappin 1
  • sam apuzzo 1
  • brooke troy 1
  • jenn medjid 1
  • christina walsh 2
  • jillian reilly 2
  • elizabeth miller 1
  • hannah hyatt 2
  • abbey ngai 2
  • Turnovers

  • caroline blalock 2
  • tessa chad 1
  • maddie birch 1
  • shayla scanlan 1
  • paige richbourg 2
  • shay clevenger 1
  • sarah blalock 1
  • brenna shanahan 5
  • alex mcnicholas 1
  • rachel florek 1
  • Turnovers

  • sheila rietano 2
  • dempsey arsenault 4
  • cara urbank 4
  • kate taylor 1
  • sam apuzzo 2
  • taylor walker 1
  • jenn medjid 2
  • christina walsh 1
  • hannah hyatt 1
  • abbey ngai 1
  • Caused Turnovers

  • ally hall 1
  • caroline blalock 2
  • paige richbourg 1
  • kirsten parker 1
  • sarah blalock 1
  • brenna shanahan 4
  • Caused Turnovers

  • sheila rietano 3
  • dempsey arsenault 1
  • sam apuzzo 2
  • brooke troy 1
  • christina walsh 2
  • jillian reilly 1
  • hannah hyatt 1
  • Faceoffs Won

  • shayla scanlan 2
  • paige richbourg 3
  • sarah blalock 1
  • Faceoffs Won

  • sheila rietano 2
  • dempsey arsenault 2
  • sam apuzzo 10
  • Faceoffs Taken

  • Faceoffs Taken

  • Saves

  • rachel florek 3 ( 0.27 )
  • lexie ball 4 ( 0.36 )
  • Saves

  • abbey ngai 13 ( 0.77 )
  • Current Records

  • louisville 6 - 12
  • Current Records

  • boston college 6 - 12
CHESTNUT HILL, Mass. – Top-seeded Boston College cruised to a 15-4 victory over vs. #8 Louisville in the opening round of the 2019 ACC Championship, held at Alumni Stadium. The Eagles featured nine different goal-scorers as Cara Urbank and Jordan Lappin led with three apiece. Juniors Sheila Rietano and Kate Taylor each added two goals as freshman Jenn Medjid made her first-career start. Classmate Caitlyn Mossman tallied her first career point with a goal to end the contest and sophomore goalkeeper Abbey Ngai posted 13 saves on the day en-route to a first-half shutout. Urbank got the scoring started 1:11 into the contest, taking a Dempsey Arsenault pass from behind the net, scoring point blank on Cardinals' goalkeeper Rachel Florek. Brooke Troy made it 2-0 for the #1 ranked Eagles, going 1-v-1 to beat Florek on the right side at the 25:47 mark. BC made it 3-0 with 16:19 remaining in the opening half, as Rietano came around the right side of the scoring area, redirecting her shot to the left corner. The Eagles tacked another one onto the board 45 seconds later, as Lappin took the attack right down the middle for the goal. Lappin struck again with 12:11 to go in the half, going right-to-left, with a bouncing shot to the lower left corner of the goal. Sam Apuzzo found the back of the net with 8:33 to play, taking a pass from behind the net from Arsenault on the left side and scoring on the right. With 2:50 remaining in the first half, Taylor Walker beat the shot clock, scoring from the left side of the 8-meter line to the lower right of the goal. Lappin finished the first half hat trick with a score off a free position shot with 1:48 to play in the period. The sophomore took two strides into the scoring area before converting. Apuzzo caught her own rebound off the post as time expired, and BC would lead, 8-0, at the break. Louisville scored the first two goals of the second half before Urbank registered her second goal of the afternoon, again from the stick of Arsenault, which made it 9-2. With 19:02 remaining, Apuzzo was whistled for a yellow card. But the Eagles converted on the man-down situation, as Medjid took an entry pass from Arsenault into the scoring area with 17:45 to go in regulation. After another Louisville goal with 16:36 to play, BC's Kate Taylor scored a free-position goal with 11:46, making it 11-3. The Cardinals struck again with 6:00 to go, before BC sealed the win with four unanswered goals, including Urbank's third goal with just over four minutes to play. The final tally of the game came off the stick of Mossman - her first goal of her career. The Eagles will take on the winner of the matchup between #4-seeded Syracuse and #5 Virginia in the semifinals on Friday at 5 p.m. GAME INFORMATION Score: No. 1 Boston College 15, Louisville 4 Records: Boston College 18-0 (7-0 ACC), Louisville 5-13 (0-7 ACC) Location: Chestnut Hill, Mass. – Alumni Stadium HOW IT HAPPENED FIRST HALF GOAL: BC 1, UofL 0: 28:49 – Urbank struck first for the Eagles, grabbing an assist from Arsenault and putting it through Florek's legs. GOAL: BC 2, UofL 0: 25:47 – Troy went coast-to-coast to double the home teams' lead. GOAL: BC 3, UofL 0: 16:19 – Rietano kept the momentum rolling with a left-side shot past Florek. GOAL: BC 4, UofL 0: 15:36 – Lappin's first came with a woman-up advantage. GOAL: BC 5, Uofl 0: 12:33 – Lappin grabbed another off of a bounce, with an assist from Rietano. GOAL: BC 6, UofL 0: 8:33 – Apuzzo and Arsenault connected for another score. GOAL: BC 7, UofL 0: 2:50 – Walker continued the trend with a shot clock buzzer-beater. GOAL: BC 8, UofL 0: 1:48 – Lappin polished off her first half hat trick with a free position goal. SECOND HALF GOAL: BC 8, UofL 1: 28:50 – Ally Hall tallied the Cardinals' first goal of the game out of the break. GOAL: BC 8, UofL 2: 26:45 – Hall capitalized again. GOAL: BC 9, UofL 2: 21:03 – Urbank caught another Arsenault pass to get the Eagles back. GOAL: BC 10 UofL 2: 17:45 – Medjid tallied a woman-down goal with another assist to Arsenault. GOAL: BC 10, UofL 3: 16:36 – Kayla Marshall kept up for the Cardinals, grabbing an assist from Tessa Chad. GOAL: BC 11, UofL 3: 11:46 – Taylor capitalized on a free position shot. GOAL: BC 12, UofL 4: 6:00 – Caroline Blalock finished off Louisville's scoring. GOAL: BC 12, UofL 4: 4:02 – Urbank tallied another, grabbing a pass from Apuzzo. GOAL: BC 13, UofL 4: 3:35 – Taylor grabbed her second with an assist from Rietano. GOAL: BC 14, UofL 4: 1:40 – Rietano scored to keep the momentum rolling for BC. GOAL: BC 15, UofL 4: 00:33 – Mossman connected with Maggie Casey for her first career goal. GAME NOTES Boston College advances to the ACC semifinals for the third consecutive season. The Eagles move to 6-1 all-time vs. the Cardinals, including five straight victories. BC downed UofL, 19-6, during the regular season finale on April 20 in Alumni Stadium. Jordan Lappin tallied her third career hat trick in the first half. Cara Urbank notched a hat trick as well. Apuzzo has scored at least one goal in 73 of her 74 career games played. She has 98 points so far in 2019. Arsenault has recorded at least one point in 44 consecutive contests for the Eagles. BC is outscoring their opponents 314-170 this season. Abbey Ngai moves to 13-0 on the season. Today's 11-goal margin of victory marks the eighth double-digit victory of the year. The win marks head coach Acacia Walker-Weinstein's 109th win at the helm of the program. She became just the first head coach in program history to record 100 wins over her career earlier this season in a win over Georgetown. GAME LEADERS Boston College Points: Cara Urbank, 6 Goals: Cara Urbank and Jordan Lappin, 3 Assists: Dempsey Arsenault, 4 Draw Controls: Sam Apuzzo, 10 Ground Balls: Sheila Rietano and Dempsey Arsenault, 3 Caused Turnovers: Sheila Rietano, 3 Saves: Abbey Ngai, 13 Louisville Points: Ally Hall, 2 Goals: Ally Hall, 2 Assists: Tessa Chad, 1 Draw Controls: Paige Richbourg, 3 Ground Balls: Ally Hall, 3 Caused Turnovers: Brenna Shanahan, 4 Saves: Rachel Florek, 8 UP NEXT The top-seeded Eagles await the winner of the #4/5 matchup with Syracuse and Virginia. Friday's ACC semifinal is set for 5 p.m. at Alumni Stadium.