Behind three talented freshman and All-ACC First Team pitcher, BC heated up late, won two games at the ACC Tournament for the first time since 2009, and set the stage for an exciting 2020 season.
Birdball had not one, but three incredibly talented freshmen who didn’t go through the typical adjustment period and instead rose to the occasion, co-winning the breakout athlete of the year award.
The Eagles, who slipped in as the No. 12 seed, open up the ACC Tournament against the eighth seed in Clemson—a team that took two of three from BC earlier this year.
Dan Metzdorf earned an All-ACC First Team nod and four of his teammates made their way onto teams as well in a record-breaking number of honorees, the conference announced on Monday afternoon.
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.
Behind a strong day at the plate from the BC lineup, the Eagles knocked off a tough Northeast Conference foe in Bryant for their second win in a row.
Welcome back to another edition of our Weekly Roundup, where we talk about lacrosse completing yet another undefeated regular season, baseball being swept for the first time all season, and more.
Led by freshman Cody Morissette, who tallied three RBIs, BC topped the Huskies to take home the Beanpot consolation game.