Charlotte North’s historic college career came to an end Sunday as Boston College fell to North Carolina in the national championship game.
The Eagles’ star put on a stellar performance despite the loss, notching four goals during the 12-11 defeat.
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The reigning Tewaaraton Award winner led Boston College to the program’s first-ever national championship in 2021, breaking the NCAA Division I single-season goals record during the final and finishing with 102 goals.
North finishes the 2022 season with 92 goals, adding to her NCAA all-time record of 358 career goals. She surpassed Courtney Murphy’s 341-goal record from her 2014-2018 stint at Stony Brook during Boston College’s 13-8 win over Denver on May 15.
“I can’t really put it into words. I’m forever grateful for (coach) Acacia (Walker-Weinstein), letting me be a part of this special family,” North said through tears following Sunday’s championship. “I have the best teammates in the world. That’s the hardest part of this, is having to walk away from them, but I am forever indebted to them for giving me the memories of a lifetime.”
🥍@BCwlax's STAR Charlotte North (@charlotteocho8) talked about what her career as an EAGLE has meant to her. BC lost to @uncwlax 12-11 today in the NCAA National Championship game. pic.twitter.com/fMlVoRX7UZ— Lax Sports Network (@LaxSportsNet) May 29, 2022
🥍@BCwlax's STAR Charlotte North (@charlotteocho8) talked about what her career as an EAGLE has meant to her. BC lost to @uncwlax 12-11 today in the NCAA National Championship game. pic.twitter.com/fMlVoRX7UZ