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CHESTNUT HILL, Massachusetts. – Boston College women’s basketball looks for a 2-0 start on Thursday at 7:00 p.m. against Harvard.

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About the Eagles
last time out
Boston College used a 22-7 third quarter to escape with an 81-53 win. carter dontavia Y JoJo Lacey both made their first career starts, putting up 17 and 16 points, respectively, their personal highs. The duo shot a combined 11-for-16 from the ground. Maria Gakdeng converted 13 points and 8 rebounds, while T’Yana Todd intervened with 11 points. Taina Mair He made a stellar debut, dishing out 13 assists with nine points, seven steals and six rebounds.

Stat Padding
Mair’s 13 assists were the most by a BC freshman, while tied for second in a single game in program history. The freshman is currently tied for the nation’s lead as of Wednesday, and her 13 aides are the most for a female freshman in the country. Additionally, her seven steals tied Jessalyn Deveny for the most hitting freshman player. She is one of two players (Toccara Williams – Texas A&M) since 2000-01 to post stats of nine points, six rebounds, 13 assists and seven steals.

by the numbers
2 – BC is one of only two teams (Utah) that does not have a senior/graduate transfer on its roster.
44 – The Eagles outscored UMass Lowell by 44 points in the paint on Monday.
18 – BC had 18 steals that led to 34 points on turnovers.
58.8 – Boston College shot 58.8 percent from inside the arc on Monday.
100 – The Eagles have won 18 straight games since the 2020-21 season when their offensive rating (points per 100 possessions) is 100 or better.

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What to watch
– The Eagles shot 50 percent from the floor, including 58.8 percent from inside the arc. See if BC can capitalize on their opportunities on the offensive end.
– See if the defense can keep Harvard’s 3-point attack in check, as the Crimson hit 11 3-pointers Monday against Rhode Island.
– See if BC can get to the line after 24 attempts against UMass Lowell. Rhode Island tried 19 on Monday.
– See if Boston College can dominate inside the paint after 56 points and a 45-28 rebounding advantage on Monday. – After scoring 34 points on turnovers in the season opener, see if the Eagles can force Harvard into mistakes.

harvard exploration
– Harvard is 1-0 after earning an 88-74 season-opening victory against Rhode Island on Monday.
– It was the first win in the Carrie Moore era, as she is in her first year on the fringes of Harvard.
– Three players scored in double figures for Harvard, led by Harmoni Turner’s 31 points.
– Harvard returns 12 letter winners while fielding four seniors, three juniors, four sophomores and four freshmen.
– Harvard finished 13-14 last season, highlighted by a 7-4 record at home.

series history
Boston College is 10-8 all-time in the series following last season’s 86-60 win in the season opener. BC takes on Harvard on their home floor for the first time since 2009.

Whats Next
Boston College returns to the court at 4 pm Sunday against No. 14/15 Ohio State at Conte Forum.