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.
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.
BC was one out away from beating rival BU, but Emily Morrow had other plans—she tripled in a pair of runs on a deep shot to center, walking off with a 3-2 victory.
Notre Dame hit three home runs in the opening 40 minutes of play, and Alexis Holloway shut down the Eagles’ offense, as the Irish eliminated BC from the ACC Tournament for the third time in the past five years.
Even though the Eagles were shut out in the frontend of Saturday’s doubleheader, they bounced back to defeat the Yellow Jackets in Game Two, claiming the final series of the regular season.
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.
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.
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.
Another game, another win for softball, who’s winning streak now reaches double-digits after dismantling NC State over the course of the weekend.