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.
Lexi DiEmmanuele stole three bases and the Eagles poured on five runs in the first two innings, which held up for a midweek win over Massachusetts Lowell on Tuesday night.
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.
Florida State’s Kylee Hanson allowed just three hits, retiring 13 of the last 16 batters she faced en route to the 5-0 shutout win of BC on a blustery Sunday afternoon.
Behind a complete game shutout from Allyson Frei, the Eagles won their first game against Florida State since 2008, splitting a doubleheader on Friday night in Brighton.
BC built a five-run lead in the first inning and didn’t look back, rolling to a convincing road win over Providence behind a season-high 16 runs and a pair of home runs.
In the five-game Easton Crimson Classic, the Eagles swept Samford, edged Fordham, and dropped a pair of decisive losses to No. 13 Alabama, finishing above .500 in a classic or tournament for the first time this season.
For just the second time this season, the Eagles scored six or more runs, rolling over No. 18 Ole Miss, 8-2, to secure their first victory over a ranked opponent this year.
The Eagles used strong pitching to have a competitive weekend in the ACC-Big Ten Challenge, splitting two-game sets with both No. 22 Nebraska and Indiana.