Boston College Eagles men's soccer

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Boston College Eagles
men's soccer
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University Boston College
Head coach Ed Kelly (32nd season)
Conference ACC
Location Chestnut Hill, MA
Stadium Newton Soccer Complex
(Capacity: 2,000)
Nickname Eagles
ColorsMaroon and Gold [1]
         
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Home
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Away
NCAA Tournament Quarterfinals
2002, 2015
NCAA Tournament Round of 16
2002, 2004, 2009, 2015
NCAA Tournament appearances
2019, 2016, 2015, 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009, 2008, 2007, 2004, 2002, 2001, 2000, 1990, 1982
Conference Tournament championships
2007, 2002, 2000, 1990
Conference Regular Season championships
2007, 2002, 1995

The Boston College Eagles men's soccer team represents Boston College in men's soccer. The team is a member of the Atlantic Coast Conference of the National Collegiate Athletic Association, having previously competed in the Big East Conference. The Eagles have been led by coach Ed Kelly since 1988.

Contents

Notable alumni


Head coaches

Yearly records

SeasonCoachOverallConferenceStandingPostseason
Gyorgy Lang(Independent)(1967–1971)
1967Gyorgy Lang7–5–1
1968Gyorgy Lang3–9–0
1969Gyorgy Lang5–4–3
1970Gyorgy Lang4–9–0
1971Gyorgy Lang6–8–0
Gyorgy Lang:25–34–4
Ben Brewster (Independent)(1972–1972)
1972Ben Brewster3–9–2
Ben Brewster:3–9–2
Hans Westerkamp(Independent)(1973–1976)
1973Hans Westerkamp7–6–3
1974Hans Westerkamp5–9–2
1975Hans Westerkamp4–11–1
1976Hans Westerkamp6–8–1
Hans Westerkamp:22–34–7
Ben Brewster (Independent)(1977–1984)
1977Ben Brewster6–9–1
1978Ben Brewster13–5–0
1979Ben Brewster9–6–5
1980Ben Brewster15–3–3
1981Ben Brewster14–6–1
1982Ben Brewster15–5–3NCAA First Round
1983Ben Brewster9–10–2
1984Ben Brewster7–8–3
Ben Brewster (Big East Conference)(1985–1987)
1985Ben Brewster8–9–31–2–03rd North
1986Ben Brewster8–8–52–1–03rd North
1987Ben Brewster4–12–31–1–12nd North
Ben Brewster:108–81–294–4–1
Ed Kelly (Big East Conference)(1988–2004)
1988Ed Kelly7–11–11–2–04th North
1989Ed Kelly8–10–12–1–02nd North
1990Ed Kelly14–5–25–2–12ndNCAA First Round
1991Ed Kelly8–7–32–4–27th
1992Ed Kelly10–8–03–5–06th
1993Ed Kelly12–5–15–3–03rd
1994Ed Kelly7–7–35–2–13rd
1995Ed Kelly11–5–28–1–11st
1996Ed Kelly3–10–43–4–48th
1997Ed Kelly5–9–24–6–18th
1998Ed Kelly5–10–22–8–110th
1999Ed Kelly6–9–22–9–010th
2000Ed Kelly12–7–17–3–13rdNCAA First Round
2001Ed Kelly10–8–06–4–06thNCAA First Round
2002Ed Kelly18–5–08–2–01stNCAA Quarterfinals
2003Ed Kelly6–7–43–5–29th
2004Ed Kelly13–5–26–3–13rdNCAA Regional Semifinal
Ed Kelly (Atlantic Coast Conference)(2005–present)
2005Ed Kelly5–9–20–6–29th
2006Ed Kelly8–7–23–3–26th
2007Ed Kelly15–5–17–1–01stNCAA Second Round
2008Ed Kelly11–7–35–3–03rdNCAA Second Round
2009Ed Kelly14–9–05–3–04thNCAA Regional Semifinal
2010Ed Kelly10–5–52–2–45thNCAA First Round
2011Ed Kelly14–6–14–4–06thNCAA Second Round
2012Ed Kelly8–6–53–2–3t–4thNCAA First Round
2013Ed Kelly7–9–34–6–18th
2014 Ed Kelly5–8–31–6–16th Atlantic
2015Ed Kelly11–8–24–4–03rd Atlantic NCAA Quarterfinals
2016Ed Kelly9–9–33–3–35th Atlantic NCAA Second Round
2017 Ed Kelly6–10–11–6–15th Atlantic
2018 Ed Kelly4–8–42–5–14th Atlantic
2019 Ed Kelly9–6–32–4–25th Atlantic NCAA Second Round
Ed Kelly:290–241–68111–116–32
Total:429–386–101

      National champion        Postseason invitational champion  
      Conference regular season champion        Conference regular season and conference tournament champion
      Division regular season champion      Division regular season and conference tournament champion
      Conference tournament champion

Championships

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Awards and honors

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