Georgetown came into the third round of the NCAA Division I Men's Tournament with a school record 14-game winning streak, but for the second year in a row the Hoyas exited the postseason at home in a
shootout. In 2014, they fell to Virginia in the quarterfinals at Shaw Field. On Sunday it was Boston College that was the upset winner, 5-4 on penalty kicks, after their match ended 1-1.
“It’s hard because it’s the second year in a row you feel like you have a team that might be able to win the whole thing,” Georgetown Coach Brian Wiese
penalties are a hard way to go out.”
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