During 2019, the Eagles again failed to make an impact in conference play as they did not pick up a single ACC win, but there were signs of potential growth in the future.
The Eagles put up a fight in the first round of the ACC Tournament, but couldn’t complete the upset, losing 4-2 to Clemson Wednesday morning. Derek Austin notched a win on the first singles court in the defeat.
The last two seasons, Duke has handed the Eagles convincing 7-0 defeats. On Sunday afternoon that trend continued, with the Blue Devils rolling to a 6-1 win to drop BC to 0-11 in conference play.
Derek Austin and Conor Mullins defeated the 33rd-best doubles duo in the nation, but the Eagles still ended up losing to the Crimson, 6-1.
BC swept Sacred Heart on Saturday, but it only picked up a single point in matches against N.C. State and Wake Forest.
The Eagles dropped another ACC match, this time at home against Louisville, and fell to .500 on the year.
Despite splitting the first two double matches, BC fell behind in singles competition to the host Red Storm and eventually fell in matches that went deep into the night.