north carolina VS boston college

2019-04-28
north carolina
north carolina - 15

vs

boston college
boston college - 13
  • Scoring

  • katie hoeg ( 3 , 2 )
  • gianna bowe ( 3 , 1 )
  • tayler warehime ( 3 , 0 )
  • scottie rose growney ( 1 , 2 )
  • kara klages ( 2 , 0 )
  • olivia ferrucci ( 1 , 1 )
  • ally mastroianni ( 1 , 1 )
  • jamie ortega ( 1 , 1 )
  • Scoring

  • sam apuzzo ( 3 , 0 )
  • dempsey arsenault ( 2 , 1 )
  • kenzie kent ( 2 , 1 )
  • jordan lappin ( 2 , 1 )
  • cara urbank ( 2 , 0 )
  • taylor walker ( 1 , 0 )
  • sheila rietano ( 1 , 0 )
  • Shots

  • katie hoeg 4
  • gianna bowe 7
  • tayler warehime 4
  • scottie rose growney 4
  • kara klages 4
  • olivia ferrucci 4
  • ally mastroianni 3
  • jamie ortega 5
  • Shots

  • sam apuzzo 6
  • dempsey arsenault 7
  • kenzie kent 4
  • jordan lappin 3
  • cara urbank 6
  • taylor walker 1
  • sheila rietano 3
  • Ground Balls

  • gianna bowe 2
  • jamie ortega 1
  • catie woodruff 1
  • caroline wakefield 1
  • emma trenchard 2
  • ida farinholt 1
  • elise hennessey 1
  • Ground Balls

  • sam apuzzo 3
  • dempsey arsenault 2
  • kenzie kent 1
  • jordan lappin 3
  • sheila rietano 1
  • elizabeth miller 1
  • abbey ngai 1
  • brooke troy 2
  • Turnovers

  • tayler warehime 1
  • scottie rose growney 2
  • kara klages 1
  • olivia ferrucci 2
  • charlotte sofield 3
  • Turnovers

  • sam apuzzo 1
  • dempsey arsenault 2
  • jordan lappin 1
  • cara urbank 1
  • taylor walker 3
  • sheila rietano 1
  • Caused Turnovers

  • kara klages 1
  • kayla wood 1
  • brooklyn neumen 1
  • erin kelly 1
  • emma trenchard 2
  • Caused Turnovers

  • sam apuzzo 1
  • cara urbank 1
  • christina walsh 1
  • brooke troy 2
  • Faceoffs Won

  • gianna bowe 2
  • kara klages 2
  • olivia ferrucci 1
  • ally mastroianni 4
  • kayla wood 5
  • emma trenchard 3
  • elise hennessey 1
  • Faceoffs Won

  • sam apuzzo 5
  • dempsey arsenault 4
  • kenzie kent 1
  • cara urbank 1
  • elizabeth miller 1
  • Faceoffs Taken

  • Faceoffs Taken

  • Saves

  • elise hennessey 7 ( 0.50 )
  • Saves

  • abbey ngai 4 ( 0.25 )
  • Current Records

  • north carolina 17 - 4
  • Current Records

  • boston college 17 - 4
CHESTNUT HILL, Mass. – Top-seeded Boston College dropped its first game of the season, 15-13, to #3 North Carolina in the title game of the 2019 ACC Championship, held at Alumni Stadium. North Carolina won its fourth consecutive ACC title and spoiled BC's quest for a first conference tournament championship. The Eagles jumped out to a 5-0 lead less than seven minutes into the first half, but the Tar Heels chipped away, outscoring BC 15-8 the rest of the way. After a Sheila Rietano goal on a free position made it 6-1 with 21:18 to play in the first half, UNC tallied five consecutive goals over the next 10-plus minutes to tie the match at 6-6 with 9:52 left in the half. Boston College would answer with three unanswered goals, as Jordan Lappin scored off a rebounded shot from Kenzie Kent with 7:32 to go. Kent would then score on back-to-back BC possessions, putting the Eagles up 9-6 with 1:19 left in the period. UNC's Scottie Rose Growney tapped one in with 27 ticks remaining to make it 9-7 at the break. Six minutes into the second half, Carolina scored three times to take a 10-9 lead with 23:54 to go. Dempsey Arsenault tied it for BC at the 20:29 mark, taking a pass from Kent and driving right. The Tar Heels responded 36 seconds later, going back up 11-10. But Sam Apuzzo scored on a free position with 18:41 to knot it at 11-11. Carolina would again tally three unanswered goals, leading 14-11 with 8:14 to go. BC mounted a strong comeback, as Arsenault and Lappin would each score to cut the deficit to one - 14-13 - with 5:56 to play. UNC's Katie Hoeg made it a 15-13 game with 2:03 to play, as she scored her third goal of the afternoon on a drive from behind the net. GAME INFORMATION Score: #3 North Carolina 15, #1 Boston College 13 Records: Boston College 19-1 (7-0 ACC), North Carolina 17-3 (5-2 ACC) Location: Chestnut Hill, Mass. – Alumni Stadium HOW IT HAPPENED FIRST HALF BC 1, UNC 0: 28:32 - Apuzzo takes the Arsenault pass and marches through the scoring area. BC 2, UNC 0: 26:49 - Apuzzo on the free position, left side, back of the net. BC 3, UNC 0: 25:54 - Urbank from Lappin; from right post to lower left. BC 4, UNC 0: 24:30 - Urbank takes the centering pass from Kent and then goal. BC 5, UNC 0: 23:18 - Walker with the chip shot off the deck to the upper left corner BC 5, UNC 1: 22:30 - Ferrucci rotates into the middle of the scoring area and scores BC 6, UNC 1: 21:18 - Rietano on a free position, right down the middle BC 6, UNC 2: 18:01 - Mastroianni takes pass from Hoeg on the left side BC 6, UNC 3: 17:30 - Hoeg goes from behind the net, left side BC 6, UNC 4: 15:33 - Ortega takes the pass from Growney and fires from the left side BC 6, UNC 5: 11:03 - Warehime takes centering pass from Hoeg BC 6, UNC 6: 9:52 - Bowe with the studder step move inside the scoring area BC 7, UNC 6: 7:32 - Lappin redirects the rebound point-blank off the Kent shot BC 8, UNC 6: 2:13 - Kent straight down the middle of the scoring areBC 9, UNC 6: 1:19 - Kent drives from right to left and puts one top shelf BC 9, UNC 7: 27.0 - Growney taps one in off a misplay in front of the goal SECOND HALF BC 9, UNC 8: 27:05 - Warehime drives left side; scores right side BC 9, UNC 9: 24:52 - Klages left-to-right at the top of the 8-meter fan UNC 10, BC 9: 23:54 - Hoeg takes pass from Ferrucci and scores right side BC 10, UNC 10: 20:29 - Arsenault takes the pass from Kent and drives right UNC 11, BC 10: 19:53 - Bowe wraps around from behind the cage, right side BC 11, UNC 11: 18:41 - Apuzzo gets one on free position; muffed save by UNC GK UNC 12, BC 11: 17:48 - Warehime breaks down the center, converts pass from Ortega UNC 13, BC 11: 13:46 - Warehime right-to-left, goes lower left corner UNC 14, BC 11: 8:14 - Klages takes flip pass at top of fan, scores right side UNC 14, BC 12: 7:19 - Arsenault with the spin move reversal UNC 14, BC 13: 5:56 - Lappin drives left side on the free position UNC 15, BC 13: 2:03 - Hoeg with a drive from the back of the goal to upper left corner GAME NOTES For the second straight year, Boston College fell to North Carolina in the ACC Championship game. The Eagles drop to 4-17 all-time versus the Tar Heels. BC earned a 14-8 victory in Chapel Hill during the regular season on March 23. Sam Apuzzo led BC with three goals on the day - her second straight game with a hat trick. Dempsey Arsenault, Cara Urbank, Jordan Lappin and Kenzie Kent each tallied two goals. Apuzzo has scored at least one goal in 75 of her 76 career games played. She has 104 points so far in 2019. Arsenault has recorded at least one point in 46 consecutive contests for the Eagles. BC outscored their opponents 341-198 through the first 20 games of the season. Lauren Daly falls to 6-1 on the season. She subbed into the lineup with just under 18 minutes to play in regulation. GAME LEADERS Boston College Points: Sam Apuzzo, Dempsey Arsenault, Kenzie Kent, Jordan Lappin, 3 Goals: Sam Apuzzo, 3 Assists: Three with 1 (Arsenault, Lappin, Kent) Draw Controls: Sam Apuzzo, 5 Ground Balls: Sam Apuzzo, Jordan Lappin, 3 Caused Turnovers: Brooke Troy, 2 Saves: Abbey Ngai, 4 North Carolina Points: Katie Hoeg, 5 Goals: Gianna Bowe, Katie Hoeg, Tayler Warehime, 3 Assists: Katie Hoeg, Scottie Rose Growney, 2 Draw Controls: Kayla Wood, 5 Ground Balls: Gianna Bowe, Emma Trenchard, 2 Caused Turnovers: Emma Trenchard, 2 Saves: Elise Hennessey, 7 UP NEXT The Eagles await the announcement of the 2019 NCAA Championship field, revealed on Sunday, May 5 at 9 p.m. on NCAA.com. The top eight teams will be seeded, and the top six seeds receive first round byes, while the 7- and 8-seed will host first-round games. The tournament begins with opening-round games on May 7 and 8 before the first round commences May 10. The championship will continue at campus sites for the second round (May 12) and quarterfinals (May 18-19) as teams look to earn a trip to Baltimore for the national semifinals.