Lucy Porter scored both her goals off headers. (Photo courtesy of Hofstra)

BETHANY, Conn. – Senior Lucy Porter’s second header goal of the game boosted the Hofstra University women over Boston College, 2-1, at CFC Park Sunday evening.

Senior Amanda Ebbesson passed the ball out wide to freshman Julie Lind, who connected with Porter for the win.

Porter scored both her goals on a header. It was her third multi-goal performance out of the last four matches.

She 37 career goals and moves into fourth in program history in that category, surpassing Suzanne Newell, who had 36 from 1994-97. Porter also moved closer to third iplace n program in history in points (88). She needs one more to tie with Newell.

The first half went scoreless before Hofstra found the back of the net off a corner kick when senior Sabrina Bryan passed it short to junior Miri Taylor who found Porter. The Eagles leveled the match at 1-1 shortly thereafter.

Hofstra is set to open up Colonial Athletic Association action against Northeastern University Sunday March 21 at 1 p.m.

This event is closed to the public. No tickets will be sold. Live stats and video will be available on GoHofstra.com free of charge.