Cary, NC — A trip to the 2023 Division 1 women’s lacrosse national title game is on the line when Syracuse takes on Boston on Friday night at Wakemead Soccer Park in Cary, North Carolina.
Syracuse vs. Boston College will be televised on ESPNU, and can be streamed live on fuboTV (free trial) and other live TV services at 5:30 p.m. You can listen to the game on Z89 (89.1 FM).
This marks the ninth time in program history that Syracuse has reached the women’s semifinals, with a grudge match against the same Boston College Eagles that marred the Orange’s perfect season.
If Syracuse wins tonight, Sunday’s championship will be a rematch with SU Northwestern winning 16-15. The Orange are the only team to beat the Wildcats this season.
Follow Orange and Eagles live updates below:
Halftime: Syracuse 4, Boston College 4
Syracuse scored three goals in the first five minutes of the game, but the low-scoring team scored only one goal.
Emma Ward leads Syracuse with two goals. Jane Medjid had two points for the Eagles.
BC goalie Shea Dolce made five saves. His goaltender, Delaney Switzer, did not record a save.
2:47 left: Syracuse 4, Boston College 4
Jane Medjid scored her second of the day, beating Sua goalie Delaney Switzer.
4:25 left: Syracuse 4, BC 3
Emma Tyrrell scored a point for the Orange. It breaks a nearly 22-minute scoreless drought for the Orange.
7:56 left: Sirac 3, BC 3
Andrea Reynolds provided the first goal of the 2nd period and first time in this game to tie things up.
5:47 left: Sirac 3, BC 2
Cassidy Weeks scored back-to-back goals for the Eagles in a win over SU’s double team.
8:44 left: Sirach 3, B.C
Jane Medjid led the Eagles in catch and shoot. BC The first shot of the game is successful.
10:10 left: Syracuse 3, BC. 0
Emma Ward scored her second goal of the day when she drove into the back of the net and scored.
13:25 Remaining: Sirach 2, BC. 0
Emma Ward scored on a free kick to put the Orange up two early.
14:03 Remainder: Sirach 1, BC 0
Olivia Adamson opened the scoring with a laser past BC goalkeeper Shea Dolce.
Starting lineup for Syracuse: Katie Goodale, Coco Vandiver, Superya Clark, Hallie Simkins, Tessa Currie, Emma Tyrrell, Maddie Baxter, Sierra Cockerill, Megan Tyrrell, Megan Carney and Delaney Switzer.
6:22 p.m A graphic on ESPNU now shows the opening draw for SU-BC at 6:34 p.m
5:44 p.m Based on how much warm-up time is given on the field each time, it looks like Syracuse’s Boston College will start at 6:20 p.m.
5:39 p.m Syracuse Boston College was scheduled to scrimmage at 5:30 p.m., but the Denver-Northwestern game took longer. We will let you know as soon as we get the start of SU-BC.
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