The Eagles endured a difficult season that ended with the resignation of head coach Ashley Obrest, finishing the year 18-35 and just 4-20 in the ACC. BC won just one conference weekend series all season.
Despite rain cancelling one of their three scheduled games, the Eagles played twice and split against East Carolina and No. 18 James Madison.
The Eagles started the season inauspiciously, losing all four of their contests at the Texas Classic and allowing eight or more runs in each of their games.
The Eagles have won 30 or more games in each of the last three seasons, but two-thirds of their 2019 lineup will likely be freshman, setting the stage for an interesting campaign.
Allyson Frei—who ranks in the top six of BC history in wins, strikeouts, batting average against, starts, and ERA—has decided to swap divisions and spend her last year of eligibility in Charlottesville, Va.
Notre Dame hit three home runs in the opening 40 minutes of play, and Alexis Holloway shut down the Eagles’ offense, as the Irish eliminated BC from the ACC Tournament for the third time in the past five years.
Even though the Eagles were shut out in the frontend of Saturday’s doubleheader, they bounced back to defeat the Yellow Jackets in Game Two, claiming the final series of the regular season.
Carly Severini recorded five RBIs in a span of three innings, single-handedly digging BC out of its own grave, and Cami Sellers polished off the come-from-behind effort with a two-run shot in the bottom of the 10th.