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.
Behind a home run and a three-RBI day from Kristin Giery, BC won its third-straight non-conference matchup, easily dispatching the visiting Big Green.
The Eagles pitchers struggled all night long with command, issuing 10 walks as the BC lost to the Hokies, 10-2, Friday night despite a three-hit performance from Lexi DiEmmanuele.
After a disappointing loss to Holy Cross Tuesday, the Eagles rebounded well Wednesday, knocking off the Crusaders, 6-1, behind Kendra Friedt’s complete-game, one-run effort.
The Eagles struggled mightily against No. 1 Florida State, as the Seminoles held BC scoreless the entire weekend and swept BC in Tallahassee.
Gianna Boccagno sparked a four-run fourth inning with a two-run home run, Lexi DiEmmanuele added three hits, and BC softball cruised to an 8-4 win over Louisville Saturday.