Boston College Senior Zeiko Lewis scored the equalizing goal in the 86th minute to force overtime and the eventual 1-1 draw with Louisville, it was his third goal of the season.
Sophomore Simon Enstrom was credited with the assist, while Sophomore Cedric Saladin made five saves in goal, including one in the first overtime period.
Both sides took three shots in the first half and both goalkeepers had to make a save. Louisville had the best chance when Daniel Johnson fired a hard shot off a give-and-go, but Saladin dove to his right to make the stop.
Louisville cashed in the first goal of the night in the 65th minute. Geoffrey Dee handled the ball on the end line to the right of the goal. He found Johnson, who was dangerous all night, at the top of the box who finished it for the 1-0 lead.
Boston College finally found its goal in the 86th minute. Sophomore Trevor Davock took a shot that was saved by the keeper. The rebound went to Enstrom, who turned and found an open Lewis who put it in for the 1-1 tie.
Louisville outshot Boston College 4-1, in the two overtime periods. Saladin was forced to make a save with 37 seconds left in the first OT period.