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.
The Eagles issued 12 walks on what amounted to a bullpen day as the the Wolfpack, owners of the best lineup in the ACC, racked up 16 runs for a convincing win.
Behind 6 2/3 innings of one-run ball from freshman Mason Pelio, BC fought off a late rally from the Tigers and avoided a series sweep at home on Sunday afternoon in front of a good crowd.
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.
Dan Metzdorf hurled eight shutout innings for a Saturday win, but bullpen struggles in the other two games handed the Eagles yet another conference series loss, faltering against Notre Dame.
Brian Rapp gave up just one earned run in six innings of work, but BC only mustered three hits and one run of its own, not nearly enough to make up for the bullpen’s late-game blunders.
BC overcame an early three run deficit from the first inning, but a three-run home run for Harvard’s Patrick Robinson 10 innings later put the game out of reach.