Sure, there’s a lot of reasons why Laremy Tunsil tumbled in the NFL Draft to the No. 13 overall pick. But the biggest reason (like always) is the NCAA.
The Eagles dominated the Orange with a weekend sweep, surrendering only two runs while scoring 23 over the three games.
Mike King needed less than two hours to finish a complete-game gem against the Hokies, allowing just one run in a 6-1 victory.
The fireballing righty repeatedly hit the mid-90s and struck out a career-high six batters in a victory over Virginia Tech.
BC’s starting middle linebacker was taken with the 232nd overall pick (seventh round) of the NFL Draft on Saturday. Moments later, Wujciak and Abdesmad found homes as well.
The Eagles’ safety, whose breakout senior season helped catapult him onto many teams’ draft boards, will join the defending Super Bowl champions.
Ace Jacob Stevens couldn’t locate his fastball in a 5-0 Friday defeat to the Hokies.
BC couldn’t handle Syracuse, falling in the first round of the ACC Tournament yet again.
After a tragic year in BC sports, fans deserve something to smile about.
Throughout his baseball-playing career, Logan Hoggarth never stayed in his comfort zone for long. Yet nothing has prevented him from coming out on top.