Ky Bowman had 37 points, Jordan Chatman hit five second-half 3-pointers, and BC knocked off the 11th-ranked Seminoles on its home floor.
Emma Guy had a double-double but the Eagles couldn’t keep pace with a receiving votes Florida State team, dropping a 20-point decision on Thursday night.
Jordan Chatman was the lone bright spot for the Eagles, returning to form by leading BC with 21 points and connecting on 6-of-10 attempts from behind the arc in the Eagles’ loss to Louisville.
Emma Guy, Taylor Soule, and Makayla Dickens all scored in double figures for the Eagles, who escaped with a narrow road victory over Pittsburgh Sunday night.
Without Steffon Mitchell, BC looked helpless both on the boards and on defense, allowing countless open looks and buckets in the paint as the Cavaliers cruised to a 27-point win.
BC’s starting lineup combined for 20 fouls, and the No. 10 Hokies took advantage, erasing a halftime deficit and dealing the Eagles their second-straight loss.
Emma Guy led all scorers with 23, five other BC players registered double-digit points, and the Eagles rolled to their 11th win in 13 non-conference games.
The Broncos had won 31 games in a row on their iconic blue field, but the 2005 MPC Computers Bowl saw the Eagles arrive and escape with a 27-21 win.
BC only led the Blue Demons for 32 seconds, but it happened to be in the final half minute as it rallied from a deficit as large as 12 to claim a crucial road victory.