BC, losers of three straight, will make the trip to LeLacheur Park, searching for a much-needed midweek victory over the neighboring River Hawks on Tuesday afternoon.
Florida State’s six runs were far less than it had scored in the previous two contests, but were also more than enough to route the Eagles for the third time in three days.
Behind a 3-for-4, three extra-base hit day from Jake Palomaki, the Eagles snapped a four-game skid in convincing manner against Dartmouth on Wednesday night.
For the third time in four games, BC recorded three or less hits, spoiling Jack Nelson’s career day on the mound, digging itself into an even deeper hole with its fourth-straight loss.
Brian Rapp gave up just one earned run in six innings of work, but BC only mustered three hits and one run of its own, not nearly enough to make up for the bullpen’s late-game blunders.
BC’s three-game win streak came to an end on Saturday, as the Eagles struck out 26 times over the course of their series-opening doubleheader, mustering just five hits and zero runs.
After coach Mike Gambino was ejected, the Eagles rallied to erase a Quinnipiac lead and win their third game in a row behind a five-run seventh inning on Wednesday afternoon.