Boston College women’s basketball opened its season on a strong note with a dominant 80-44 win at home over New Hampshire.
Despite a strong performance in the second set, Boston College volleyball failed to secure a victory over No. 11 Pittsburgh, remaining winless on the season.
In a four-game series against Northern Illinois, Boston College Baseball took home three straight wins to open its season.
The Eagles were quick to capitalize when BU’s defense wasn’t set, leading to a 4-3 victory in a game where they struggled to convert power plays.
The Cavaliers had lost three in a row to ACC opponents, but rebounded on their senior day and handed the Eagles a surprising three-set defeat on Friday night.
Taylor Soule led the Eagles with 24 points, transfer Cameron Swartz added 18 more, and the Eagles remained unbeaten with a 106-69 rout of St. Francis Brooklyn Sunday.
The Eagles forced extra points in two of the three sets, but were still dealt their second 3-0 loss in a row, this time to the Seminoles in Tallahassee.
Behind a strong effort from Amaka Chukwujekwu, the Eagles easily handled Duke and are 3-0 in ACC play under second-year head coach Jason Kennedy for the first time in program history.