louisville VS boston college

2019-04-20
louisville
louisville - 6

vs

boston college
boston college - 19
  • Scoring

  • shayla scanlan ( 3 , 0 )
  • ally hall ( 1 , 1 )
  • alex mcnicholas ( 1 , 0 )
  • tessa chad ( 1 , 0 )
  • brenna shanahan ( 0 , 1 )
  • caroline blalock ( 0 , 1 )
  • Scoring

  • dempsey arsenault ( 6 , 1 )
  • cara urbank ( 3 , 3 )
  • jenn medjid ( 2 , 1 )
  • kate taylor ( 2 , 0 )
  • sam apuzzo ( 1 , 1 )
  • jordan lappin ( 1 , 1 )
  • kenzie kent ( 1 , 1 )
  • elizabeth miller ( 1 , 0 )
  • christina walsh ( 1 , 0 )
  • maggie casey ( 1 , 0 )
  • sheila rietano ( 0 , 1 )
  • Shots

  • shayla scanlan 5
  • ally hall 3
  • alex mcnicholas 2
  • tessa chad 3
  • caroline blalock 5
  • sarah blalock 2
  • kayla marshall 1
  • Shots

  • dempsey arsenault 10
  • cara urbank 7
  • jenn medjid 2
  • kate taylor 3
  • sam apuzzo 3
  • jordan lappin 2
  • kenzie kent 2
  • elizabeth miller 1
  • christina walsh 2
  • maggie casey 4
  • sheila rietano 1
  • taylor walker 3
  • Ground Balls

  • shayla scanlan 1
  • alex mcnicholas 3
  • brenna shanahan 1
  • caroline blalock 3
  • sarah blalock 1
  • maddie birch 4
  • shay clevenger 2
  • lexie ball 1
  • Ground Balls

  • dempsey arsenault 1
  • cara urbank 3
  • kate taylor 1
  • sam apuzzo 2
  • jordan lappin 2
  • kenzie kent 2
  • maggie casey 2
  • brooke troy 2
  • morgan tedeschi 1
  • hannah hyatt 2
  • taylor walker 1
  • lauren daly 4
  • Turnovers

  • shayla scanlan 2
  • ally hall 1
  • alex mcnicholas 2
  • tessa chad 2
  • brenna shanahan 1
  • caroline blalock 1
  • paige richbourg 1
  • sarah blalock 2
  • kayla marshall 3
  • maddie birch 1
  • shay clevenger 1
  • lexi arens 1
  • lexie ball 2
  • Turnovers

  • dempsey arsenault 2
  • jenn medjid 1
  • kate taylor 2
  • jordan lappin 2
  • kenzie kent 5
  • elizabeth miller 1
  • maggie casey 1
  • sheila rietano 2
  • sara o'brien 1
  • brooke troy 1
  • morgan tedeschi 1
  • taylor walker 3
  • Caused Turnovers

  • alex mcnicholas 5
  • brenna shanahan 2
  • caroline blalock 4
  • maddie birch 3
  • Caused Turnovers

  • cara urbank 1
  • kate taylor 1
  • sam apuzzo 1
  • jordan lappin 2
  • kenzie kent 1
  • elizabeth miller 2
  • christina walsh 3
  • brooke troy 1
  • hannah hyatt 2
  • taylor walker 1
  • Faceoffs Won

  • ally hall 1
  • alex mcnicholas 2
  • brenna shanahan 1
  • sarah blalock 1
  • Faceoffs Won

  • dempsey arsenault 4
  • sam apuzzo 13
  • kenzie kent 1
  • elizabeth miller 3
  • Faceoffs Taken

  • Faceoffs Taken

  • Saves

  • rachel florek 6 ( 0.33 )
  • lexie ball 3 ( 0.30 )
  • Saves

  • lauren daly 7 ( 0.54 )
  • Current Records

  • louisville 6 - 12
  • Current Records

  • boston college 6 - 12
CHESTNUT HILL, Mass. – The No. 1 Boston College lacrosse team polished off their second consecutive undefeated regular season and became the ACC Regular Season Champions as they toppled Louisville, 19-6, Saturday afternoon at Alumni Stadium. 10 different Eagles appeared in the goal column as senior captain Dempsey Arsenault led all scorers on the day, tallying seven points through six goals and one helper. Junior Cara Urbank followed closely behind, putting up six points through three goals and three assists on the day. Despite being held to one goal, Sam Apuzzo was key in possessions as the attacker won 13 draws herself while Louisville gained control of just five as a team. Senior goalkeeper Lauren Daly got the start between the pipes and held up beautifully, recording seven saves on the day and boosting the Eagles to maintain their perfect record. The Eagles hopped out to a quick 3-0 lead thanks to goals from Urbank, Arsenault and defender Elizabeth Miller within the opening six minutes. The Cardinals never tallied consecutive goals to open as the Eagles dominated the field, allowing Arsenault to tally two more goals before the midpoint of the opening frame. The first half closed with a 9-4 score following Louisville's Shayla Scanlan's second goal of the day. Off of the draw to open the second half, Arsenault gained control and ran straight to the net, only allowing 10 seconds to pass on the clock before tallying for the home team. Boston College then rode the momentum, going on a 10-0 scoring run for the second consecutive game. The contest wrapped up with Scanlan's fourth of the day and a buzzer-beater from Tessa Chad with one second left on the clock. GAME INFORMATION Score: No. 1 Boston College 19, Louisville 6 Records: Boston College 17-0 (7-0 ACC), Louisville 5-12 (0-7 ACC) Location: Chestnut Hill, Mass. – Alumni Stadium HOW IT HAPPENED FIRST HALF GOAL: BC 1, UL 0: 29:09 – Urbank got the game rolling with no hesitation, as she was right in place to grab a Kenzie Kent pass and send it home low left. GOAL: BC 2, UL 0: 27:22 – Urbank tossed the feed from center to Arsenault to her left as Arsenault went top-shelf for another goal. GOAL: BC 3, UL 0: 24:22 – Miller ran coast-to-coast with no issues to tally her second of the season. GOAL: BC 3, UL 1: 22:59 – Alex McNicholas tallied the Cardinals' first of the day on a free position. GOAL: BC 4, UL 1: 22:20 – Arsenault capitalized on a free position opportunity. GOAL: BC 5, UL 1: 22:09 – Jordan Lappin passed across the front of the net to Urbank waiting on the other side to sneak in for the score. GOAL: BC 5, UL 2: 18:53 – Ally Hall found the Cardinals' second score of the day. GOAL: BC 6, UL 2: 17:40 – Arsenault capitalized on another free position. GOAL: BC 7, UL 2: 15:09 – Kate Taylor caught a straight-on pass from Urbank, flipped around and scored. GOAL: BC 7, UL 3: 12:05 – Shayla Scanlan tallied her first of the day to cut into the Eagles' lead. GOAL: BC 8, UL 3 – 10:15 – Arsenault passed to Urbank to get into position in front of the net before Urbank tossed it back to her for the goal. GOAL: BC 9, UL 3: 3:48 – Urbank forced her way around a trio of defenders to tally. GOAL: BC 9, UL 4: 1:15 – Scanlan's second wrapped up Louisville's scoring for quite a while. SECOND HALF GOAL: BC 10, UL 4: 29:50 – Arsenault won the draw and charged downfield, firing head-on to the back of the net. GOAL: BC 11, UL 4: 26:55 – Kent jumped to catch a high pass from Arsenault, spun around and shot to score. GOAL: BC 12, UL 4: 24:33 – Lappin tallied on a free position. GOAL: BC 13, UL 4: 20:15 – Arsenault tallied once again on a free position. GOAL: BC 14, UL 4: 20:05 – Christina Walsh found her first goal of the season and beat backup goalie Lexie Ball low left. GOAL: BC 15, UL 4: 19:24 – Maggie Casey kept the routine flowing, capitalizing on another free position. GOAL: BC 16, UL 4: 18:04 – Apuzzo grabbed a centering pass from Jenn Medjid and shot underhand with power to the back of the net. GOAL: BC 17, UL 4: 14:28 – Medjid and Apuzzo switched roles, as Medjid brought home a pass from Apuzzo. GOAL: BC 18, UL 4: 12:52 – Taylor found herself in perfect position, swerving around a defender to find her second of the day. GOAL: BC 19, UL 4: 6:25 – Medjid caught a pass from Sheila Rietano right outside of the crease and shot past Ball. GOAL: BC 19, UL 5: 3:42 – Scanlan broke the second-half shutout. GOAL: BC 19, UL 6 – 00:01 – Tessa Chad squeezed one more goal in for the Cardinals. GAME NOTES The 13-goal margin of success marks the second-largest for the Eagles all season. The Eagles boast four players with 30+ goals: Apuzzo (71), Arsenault (52), Urbank (41) and Kent (36). The group is responsible for 67% of the Eagles' goals. Apuzzo has scored at least one goal in 72 of her 73 career games played. Arsenault has recorded at least one point in 43 consecutive contests for the Eagles. Taylor's two goals match her career-high. BC is out-scoring their opponents 299-166 this season. The Eagles end the day 17-0 overall and 7-0 in conference, marking their second consecutive undefeated regular season and ACC regular season title. BC has won 36 straight regular season games, dating back to April 18, 2017. Daly marks the regular season with a perfect 5-0 record in starts. The win marks head coach Acacia Walker-Weinstein's 108th 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. Kent's nation-leading 56 assists marks a BC single-season record. The previous record was 41 assists in a single season, set by Apuzzo in 2018. TEAM LEADERS Boston College Points: Dempsey Arsenault, 7 Goals: Dempsey Arsenault, 6 Assists: Cara Urbank, 3 Draw Controls: Sam Apuzzo, 13 Ground Balls: Lauren Daly, 4 Caused turnovers: Christina Walsh, 3 Saves: Lauren Daly, 7 Louisville Points: Shayla Scanlan, 3 Goals: Shayla Scanlan, 3 Assists: Three tied, 1 Draw Controls: Alex McNicholas, 2 Ground Balls: Maddie Birch, 4 Caused turnovers: Alex McNicholas, 5 Saves: Rachel Florek, 6 UP NEXT The Eagles begin postseason competition as the ACC Tournament begins on Wednesday, April 24 in Chestnut Hill.