For the second year in a row, Acacia Walker-Weinstein has won the BC Interruption Coach of the Year award after leading Boston College women’s lacrosse to the NCAA Championships. Coach Walker had some competition from Katie King Crowley and Jim Christian this year, but was the near-unanimous winner.
Walker had led the Eagles to 2 straight NCAA Championship games, and this year helped coach Sam Apuzzo into becoming the first ever Tewaaraton Award winner from BC. This season, she also helped BC to stay undefeated in the regular season, with the team’s only losses coming in the ACC Championship and the NCAA Finals.
Coach Walker has shown the ability to change her gameplay mid-game in order to give BC the best chance of winning, which has earned the Eagles a reputation as a second-half team.


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