The Eagles had a season high 61 kills, and earned two match points, but weren’t able to close out Wake Forest, losing a tense five-set affair in extra points and dropping their second straight ACC road match.
After a disappointing showing in the New England Challenge, BC responded with a successful homestand, capping it off with a win in four sets over Georgia Tech.
Cat Balido led the team with 11 kills, Makenzie Morrison recorded a match-high nine digs, and the Eagles won three-consecutive sets, starting the ACC slate on the right foot.
With six wins in six tries, the Eagles will look to pick up their third consecutive weekend sweep as they head to New Hampshire and play at the Dartmouth Invitational.
The Eagles’ season skidded to an end this week, losing conference matches to Louisville and rival Notre Dame.
BC outlasted Wake Forest in two sets and earned a decisive win in another set in its victory over Wake Forest on Senior Day, but fell to Duke earlier in the weekend.