|Boston College Eagles|
|Head coach||Ed Kelly (32nd season)|
|Location||Chestnut Hill, MA|
|Stadium|| Newton Soccer Complex |
|Colors||Maroon and Gold |
|NCAA Tournament Quarterfinals|
|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.
|Ben Brewster (Independent)(1972–1972)|
|Ben Brewster (Independent)(1977–1984)|
|1982||Ben Brewster||15–5–3||NCAA First Round|
|Ben Brewster (Big East Conference)(1985–1987)|
|1985||Ben Brewster||8–9–3||1–2–0||3rd North|
|1986||Ben Brewster||8–8–5||2–1–0||3rd North|
|1987||Ben Brewster||4–12–3||1–1–1||2nd North|
|Ed Kelly (Big East Conference)(1988–2004)|
|1988||Ed Kelly||7–11–1||1–2–0||4th North|
|1989||Ed Kelly||8–10–1||2–1–0||2nd North|
|1990||Ed Kelly||14–5–2||5–2–1||2nd||NCAA First Round|
|2000||Ed Kelly||12–7–1||7–3–1||3rd||NCAA First Round|
|2001||Ed Kelly||10–8–0||6–4–0||6th||NCAA First Round|
|2002||Ed Kelly||18–5–0||8–2–0||1st||NCAA Quarterfinals|
|2004||Ed Kelly||13–5–2||6–3–1||3rd||NCAA Regional Semifinal|
|Ed Kelly (Atlantic Coast Conference)(2005–present)|
|2007||Ed Kelly||15–5–1||7–1–0||1st||NCAA Second Round|
|2008||Ed Kelly||11–7–3||5–3–0||3rd||NCAA Second Round|
|2009||Ed Kelly||14–9–0||5–3–0||4th||NCAA Regional Semifinal|
|2010||Ed Kelly||10–5–5||2–2–4||5th||NCAA First Round|
|2011||Ed Kelly||14–6–1||4–4–0||6th||NCAA Second Round|
|2012||Ed Kelly||8–6–5||3–2–3||t–4th||NCAA First Round|
|2014||Ed Kelly||5–8–3||1–6–1||6th Atlantic|
|2015||Ed Kelly||11–8–2||4–4–0||3rd Atlantic||NCAA Quarterfinals|
|2016||Ed Kelly||9–9–3||3–3–3||5th Atlantic||NCAA Second Round|
|2017||Ed Kelly||6–10–1||1–6–1||5th Atlantic|
|2018||Ed Kelly||4–8–4||2–5–1||4th Atlantic|
|2019||Ed Kelly||9–6–3||2–4–2||5th Atlantic||NCAA Second Round|
National champion Postseason invitational champion
ACC Regular Season:
Big East Tournament:
Big East Regular Season:
College Soccer News All-America
Soccer America All-America
Soccer America National Coach of the Year
NSCAA/Adidas Regional Coach of the Year
ACC Coach of the Year
ACC Offensive Player of the Year
ACC Tournament MVP
ACC All-Tournament Team
All-ACC First Team
All-ACC Second Team
Big East Coach of the Year
Big East Offensive Player of the Year
Big East Goalkeeper of the Year
Big East Tournament Most Outstanding Player
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