Saturday night, Boston College baseball dropped its sixth consecutive game to No. 8 Virginia Tech in the 10th Annual ALS Awareness Game at Fenway Park.
BC Athletics officially unveiled the Pete Frates Center on Saturday, named for the former BC baseball player and ALS advocate.
The next building to be constructed in the Harrington Athletics Village, a training space for baseball and softball, will be named after Pete Frates, the Eagles athletic department announced in a statement released Wednesday.
For the second time in the past three summers, Boston University won the Commonwealth Avenue Charity Classic, but, more importantly, the event raised a record-breaking $78,432 in its fourth year of existence.
After raising over $220 million dollars towards fighting ALS through the Ice Bucket Challenge alone, the Frates family has been joined by close friends that are determined to keep the mission going strong.
Florida State used four run fifth inning to retake the lead and never looked back, outing BC 12-7 in the seventh rendition of the ALS Awareness Game.
With the opening of a new baseball stadium on Brighton campus, the time is right for BC to dedicate its field to Pete Frates.