Dan Metzdorf pitched into the eighth for his sixth quality start in a row and BC used a 10-run outburst from its lineup to roll past the Irish and clinch an ACC Tournament spot.
Jake Alu, Chris Galland, and Joe Suozzi each accounted for three hits as they led the Eagles past the Black Bears in an offensive outburst.
After falling behind by a run heading into the bottom of the eighth, the Eagles responded with two of their own and Thomas Lane closed out a win to rebound from their first sweep of the year.
Boston College was Chris Galland’s only collegiate baseball offer. Now, he’s off to the races, building off an All-ACC Third Team campaign with a chip on his shoulder.
Brian Dempsey has played three positions in three years, moved from ninth to third in the batting lineup, and proved that it doesn’t matter if you have one college offer: you can become the heart of a baseball team.
Joey Walsh made his first start and went four scoreless innings, then Travis and Thomas Lane shut the door in the final four frames of a 4-0 shutout of the visiting Rams on Tuesday afternoon.
Through seven starts, BC freshman righthander Mason Pelio is 4-1 with a 1.64 ERA and has impressed against ACC’s elite, quickly establishing himself as the Eagles’ top pitcher and one of the best in the conference.
Behind star freshman righthander Mason Pelio, BC avoided a series sweep and claimed yet another ranked victory, knocking off the No. 3/1 Wolfpack on Sunday afternoon.
BC erased a three-run deficit, but Jack Cunningham was caught in a rundown in the ninth inning, resulting in a narrow loss to the Wolfpack.
After a loss in the first round of the Beanpot against slumping UMass, BC looked to regain its confidence against a similarly struggling Hartford team. But the Hawks stole the show on Wednesday, winning 7-4.