Following Boston College baseball’s 7–4 defeat of No. 18 Notre Dame on Friday, the Eagles dropped back-to-back contests on Saturday and Sunday, respectively, to lose the series.
Saturday night, Boston College baseball dropped its sixth consecutive game to No. 8 Virginia Tech in the 10th Annual ALS Awareness Game at Fenway Park.
After Northeastern got out to a 2–0 lead in the top of the first, the Eagles—led by Cameron Leary and Parker Landwehr—scored four unanswered runs to top the Huskies 4–2.
Despite an early lead, Boston College baseball allowed seven runs in the seventh inning to grant Wake Forest a 15–10 win.
Led by six Eagle home runs and strong pitching from Luke Delongchamp, Boston College baseball defeated Merrimack 16–4 on Wednesday.
Battling cold temperatures in Storrs, Conn. BC baseball earned its first ranked win of the season, with a 5–3 victory over UConn.
Wednesday afternoon, Boston College baseball traveled up the road to face Northeastern, and shutout the Huskies 1–0 in the chilly affair.