Boston College women’s basketball team started strong with a 34-13 lead over Harvard, but ultimately fell 66-59 in a sloppy second half.
Despite a slow start, the Eagles appeared more confident than in their previous game. T’Yana Todd and Teya Sidberry contributed with 3 pointers, with Todd standing out as a more comfortable player.
BC displayed their signature fast and aggressive defense, dominating in blocking shots, stealing passes, and rebounding in the first half.
However, BC’s lead dwindled as the first half progressed due to fouls and missed opportunities.
Harvard outplayed BC in the third quarter, but Dontavia Waggoner’s layups briefly gave the Eagles the lead again.
Despite a brief resurgence, Harvard took the lead in the fourth quarter and maintained it until the end.
BC struggled with shooting, free throws, and rebounds, ultimately falling to the Crimson.
The Eagles’ overall performance is worrisome, especially with the competitive ACC ahead.
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