BC Men’s Soccer Earns a Point in Draw Against NC State

In its last regular season game, BC men’s soccer travelled down to Raleigh, North Carolina for a showdown with no. 22 NC State. Despite losing its starting goalie, Antonio Chavez Borelli, to a red card in the first ten minutes, the Eagles were able to keep the Wolfpack off the scoreboard for 110 minutes and earn a point in ACC play.

Borelli was shown red for deliberately using his hands to control an errant pass from one of his defenders. However, sophomore backup Jack Bacon was able to step in and make two saves, including a diving save in the 109th minute, to preserve the 0-0 draw.

Callum Johnson and Heidar Aegisson each had multiple shots for the Eagles, who were outshot 16-10 by the Wolfpack. BC finished the regular season in 11th place in the ACC, which means they will have to travel to Virginia to take on the Cavaliers in the ACC tournament on Wednesday.

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