BC’s three-game win streak came to an end on Saturday, as the Eagles struck out 26 times over the course of their series-opening doubleheader, mustering just five hits and zero runs.
After coach Mike Gambino was ejected, the Eagles rallied to erase a Quinnipiac lead and win their third game in a row behind a five-run seventh inning on Wednesday afternoon.
Brian Rapp took a no-hitter into the seventh inning, Gian Martellini had a three-run double, and BC snapped an eight-game skid in convincing fashion against Pittsburgh on Sunday afternoon.
Opportunities were hard to come by for BC in Tuesday’s midweek loss to Connecticut, managing just two hits and leaving two runners on base as they faltered at home.
BC had never won a road game against No. 21 Virginia, but did so in the weekend series opener—before dropping the final two games, the product of sloppy defense and bullpen struggles.
BC squandered an impressive pitching performance then struggled in its second game, but the lineup rallied behind Brian Rapp to salvage a win in its first ACC series against North Carolina State.
The Eagles had every player in the starting lineup record a hit and a trio of pitchers combined to hurl the team’s first shutout of the year, blanking UNC Asheville, 8-0, on Tuesday afternoon.
The Eagles trailed by two runs entering the ninth against Rutgers, but rallied for seven runs to avoid leaving the Snowbird Classic in Port Charlotte without a win.
The Eagles remained winless in their annual exhibition game against Boston Red Sox, falling 4-2, but the game featured a late BC rally and a reunion with former BC captain Nick Sciortino.