April 10, 2015
Hokies to host No. 3 Boston College on Senior Day
Tech to honor six seniors prior to final home game

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The Eagles hold the 11-4 series advantage over Tech in a series that began in 2001. The two teams have met every season since then except 2005, Tech’s first in the ACC. The Hokies are 3-3 at home against Boston College, with their last win coming in 2011. This is the seventh straight meeting in which the Eagles rank in the top 20, and the second straight that they are a top-10 team. Tech fell last year, 20-9, in Massachusetts. Megan Will tallied a hat trick in the game.


The Hokies suffered a tough road loss at No. 7 Syracuse last weekend. Tech fell 22-8 to the Orange, as Megan Will and Meghan Macera each put away a pair of goals in the game. A 6-1 run to open the game helped create some early distance for the Orange, as they continued to score in surges throughout the game and never let up.

Meg Bartley matched a career high with 10 draws in the game.


Tech will recognize its six seniors (Meg Bartley, Jack Boissonneault, Cawley Bromley, Maddy Hess, Rachel Skay and Megan Will) prior to Saturday’s game. These Hokies have been a part of 31 wins, including one of the biggest in program history when Tech up set then-No. 7 Virginia in 2012. As a class, they have combined to start 212 of the 307 games they’ve played in, and tallied 453 points, 349 draws and 84 caused turnovers.


Meg Bartley became Tech’s all-time career draw controls leader after winning the opening draw of the second session of overtime in Tech’s win at Michigan. Bartley finished the game with six draws, and currently has 267 in her career. The Lewes, Delaware, native also holds the single-season record after propelling herself to 90 with a career-high 10 in the final game of the 2014 season.


Megan Will is quickly climbing the all-time charts at Tech, chasing her cousin, Dawn Will, who sits atop the career goals and points lists. Megan currently ranks second with 161 career goals and 207 career points. She is also tied for sixth all-time at Tech with 46 career assists.

Will is one of just two players to rank among the all-time top 10 in all three offensive categories (Allie Emala 08-11).

Meg Bartley, who holds the all-time draws record at Tech recently propelled herself onto the all-time scoring list, ranking ninth with 104 goals to date.

Meghan Macera joined Bartley on the all-time draws list, as she has won 122 so far, good for sixth.

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