BC worked its way back to .500 during an abbreviated two-game series with Syracuse this weekend, outscoring the Orange, 16-4, en route to its fifth- and sixth-straight victories.
The Eagles extended their scoreless innings streak to 17, blanking rival Boston University behind a shutout from Allyson Frei and a seventh inning home run from Jordan Chimento.
Three losses don’t tell the full tale against the Blue Devils, as Boston College came within one run in each game on the road.
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.