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.
Softball Head Coach Ashley Obrest Resigns
Ashley Obrest resigned as the Eagles head coach after eight seasons heading the program, Martin Jarmond announced in a press release Tuesday. The BC graduate led the team to five winning seasons during her tenure.
BC Gives up 33 Runs, Swept by Pitt to End Season
The Eagles missed out on the ACC Tournament as they finished last in the conference following their disappointing sweep at the hands of the Panthers.
Giery, Eagles Jump on Dartmouth Early, Roll to 8-2 Win
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.
Eagles Blown Out by No. 24 Hokies at Home
Pitching issues once again plagued the Eagles as they gave up seven runs in the first inning, and they eventually lost yet another conference game.
Eagles Pitching Struggles With Command in Blowout Loss to No. 24 Hokies
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.
BC Bounces Back, Beats Holy Cross in Rematch Behind Friedt’s Stellar Pitching
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.
Crusaders Beat Eagles For First Time Since 1996
For the first time since 1996, Holy Cross beat BC—who entered Tuesday’s matchup having taken 25 of the 26 meetings between the two teams.
Eagles Held Scoreless in Three Straight Games, Swept by No. 1 FSU
The Eagles struggled mightily against No. 1 Florida State, as the Seminoles held BC scoreless the entire weekend and swept BC in Tallahassee.
Eagles Ride Big Fourth Inning to Victory Over Cardinals
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.