After beating Clemson and Louisville on back-to-back days, the 12th-seeded Eagles will attempt to continue their magical run when they face fifth-seeded and No. 23 North Carolina.
After Clemson erased a deficit with a three-run eighth, BC struck for two runs in the top of the 11th and knocked off the eighth-seeded Tigers in their ACC Tournament opener.
Led by freshman Cody Morissette, who tallied three RBIs, BC topped the Huskies to take home the Beanpot consolation game.
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.
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.
Colby Dunlop hurled five innings of one-run ball and the UConn bullpen did the rest, guiding the Huskies to a 3-1 win on Wednesday.
BC finished the weekend with a resounding 14-5 win, but dropped the first two games to the host Wildcats as the result of poor pitching from the back end of the pitching staff.
The Eagles were firing on all cylinders in their first series of the season as newcomers Sal Frelick and Cody Morissette excelled in their debuts.