The North Carolina lineup picked apart both Dan Metzdorf and Brian Rapp in Sunday’s doubleheader. Before long, the games were effectively over, and BC was forced to attempt a desperate and unrealistic comeback.
From New Delhi to Chestnut Hill, junior Asiya Dair has dominated on the court thanks to her relentless work ethic.
Going into intermission, the Eagles were up three goals. But it only took a bit less than eight minutes in the second half for Duke to completely erase the deficit. From there on, it was all Blue Devils.
Maryssa Becker held BC hitless for close to five innings on Friday. Once the Eagles finally got going offensively, they didn’t have enough in the tank to come back from their fourth-inning collapse.
Georgetown University just made the right move in hiring Patrick Ewing to be its next men’s basketball coach—and a few years down the road, BC might benefit from the precedent set by the Hoyas.
Jessica Dreswick took the mound for the third-consecutive game on Wednesday. She tacked on her 13th, 14th, and 15th innings of work without a game’s rest, relieving Kendra Friedt and securing the shutout against Bryant.
Two years in a row, the Eagles have played North Carolina down to the wire. Both seasons, the Tar Heels have ended up in the national final. Are BC’s moral victories within the ACC legitimate, or are they meaningless?
It couldn’t have started any better for BC. With a full count, Donovan Casey homered over the left-field fence, setting the tone for the Eagles’ 5-1 victory over Northeastern in the Beanpot semifinal.
North Carolina repealed the controversial HB2 legislation, but replaced it with a bill that still allows for discrimination of the state’s LGBTQ+ community.
For most of the weekend, Virginia Tech exposed BC’s pitching staff, recording an assortment of extra-base hits. And even when the offense was limited, like on Sunday, it found a way to pull through at the right time.