The women are more well-positioned than the men at the moment. At 8-2-2, they sit in 13th place in the latest SoccerTimes.com poll and are on an impressive 2-0-1 streak against ACC foes. They face their toughest test tomorrow night, traveling to Chapel Hill to take on UNC. If they can win that game, we can start talking national championship; otherwise, for now, let's just hope they hang in there against the #3 team in the country.
After that, they head over to Raleigh for a matchup with NC State on Sunday.
The men have been snakebit this season and need to start finishing their chances.
They've fallen out of the top 25 with a 4-4-1 start but have two winnable non-conference games this week - a game at Fairfield tonight and a matchup with Iona on Saturday afternoon. BC has outshot their opponent in almost every game this year, but finishing has been a major problem. If they are to live up to their lofty pre-season expectations, the turnaround is going to have to begin tonight.