The Eagles endured a difficult season that ended with the resignation of head coach Ashley Obrest, finishing the year 18-35 and just 4-20 in the ACC. BC won just one conference weekend series all season.
The Eagles pitchers struggled all night long with command, issuing 10 walks as the BC lost to the Hokies, 10-2, Friday night despite a three-hit performance from Lexi DiEmmanuele.
The Eagles struggled mightily against No. 1 Florida State, as the Seminoles held BC scoreless the entire weekend and swept BC in Tallahassee.
After falling behind 3-0 in the second inning, BC rallied to tie it and eventually beat the visiting Orange thanks to a RBI single in the seventh from Emme Martinez.
The Eagles emerged winners against Tennessee Chattanooga and Central Michigan, but also blew a lead against Penn State and fell to St. Johns and Georgia Southern at the Madeira Beach tournament in Florida.
The Eagles have won 30 or more games in each of the last three seasons, but two-thirds of their 2019 lineup will likely be freshman, setting the stage for an interesting campaign.
The Eagles faltered twice in extra innings, scoring just one run over a combined 25 innings, but also managed to record two impressive shut out wins over the weekend.