Lexi DiEmmaneuele’s lone run in the fifth wasn’t enough to carry the Eagles past the University of Massachusetts on Wednesday afternoon.
Brittany Pickett tossed the first 14 innings of North Carolina’s weekend series against the Eagles. All but one of those were scoreless. Pickett’s dominance only continued on Saturday, and UNC completed the sweep.
Maryssa Becker held BC hitless for close to five innings on Friday. Once the Eagles finally got going offensively, they didn’t have enough in the tank to come back from their fourth-inning collapse.
With one game snowed out on Saturday, the Eagles took advantage of the games they did play—beating Syracuse with walk-offs twice on Sunday afternoon.
Jessica Dreswick and Kendra Friedt combined to hold the River Hawks to one run over seven innings of shutdown pitching in a 3-1 victory.
The Eagles defeated Wisconsin, but lost to Hofstra, FGCU, Florida International, and Rutgers at the Four Points by Sheraton Invitational.
Jessica Dreswick struck out nine batters and the Eagles soared to a 3-2 victory over Arizona State.
Jessica Dreswick set a dominant tone for BC softball, throwing a no-hitter in the first game of the series against NC State. The Eagles went on to sweep the Wolfpack.