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.
While the Eagles jumped out to a one-run lead, the Hokies scored the final eight runs, completing the sweep.
The Eagles struggled mightily against No. 1 Florida State, as the Seminoles held BC scoreless the entire weekend and swept BC in Tallahassee.
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.
Jessica Dreswick snapped the Eagles’ two-game losing streak, striking out nine Minutewomen, en route to her 55th career victory, a mark that ties Alexis Beckman for the most wins in program history.
Winning her sixth-consecutive start, Jessica Dreswick pitched a two-hit complete game, and the Eagles made the most of a couple of timely two-baggers and Husky errors to stretch their win streak to 12.
Allyson Frei shut down a Minutewomen lineup that entered Tuesday, having averaged 8.8 runs per game in its past 10 contests, and BC did just enough offensively to plate three runs, reaching a new milestone in the process.
Prior to the weekend, the Eagles were still searching for their first ACC victory of the season. Now, with a sweep of Virginia, they are back to .500 in conference play and only three wins short of evening their overall record.