Boston College softball failed to earn a victory in the final series of its season, losing to Virginia Tech on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.
Virginia finished its three-game weekend sweep of Boston College softball on Sunday with a 6–5 after fending off a BC comeback attempt.
Friday, Boston College softball handed Virginia the first win of a three-game home series, leaving two runners on base in the seventh inning to blunder a comeback.
Susannah Anderson tossed her 15th complete game of the season and BC won 3-1 to extend its winning streak to four.
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The Eagles struggled mightily against No. 1 Florida State, as the Seminoles held BC scoreless the entire weekend and swept BC in Tallahassee.
Gianna Boccagno sparked a four-run fourth inning with a two-run home run, Lexi DiEmmanuele added three hits, and BC softball cruised to an 8-4 win over Louisville Saturday.
Maddison Hamilton plated the winning run with an RBI groundout, and the Eagles scored three runs in the seventh inning to overturn a 3-1 deficit, beating N.C. State 4-3 in the first game of the weekend series.
The Eagles started the season inauspiciously, losing all four of their contests at the Texas Classic and allowing eight or more runs in each of their games.
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.