Seth Beer has crushed Birdball in six career games, batting .381 with three home runs. But BC shouldn’t feel bad—the former swimming prodigy is doing it to everyone in college baseball.
Combined, Dan Metzdorf and Brian Rapp gave up 5 hits in 13 total innings of pitching in the Eagles’ final two games against Clemson. But it was the bullpen that let the series slide.
The Eagles couldn’t snap their 14-game losing streak in the last game of the regular season, falling to Clemson 82-68 on Saturday evening.
The Eagles held on until the last minute, when the Tigers’ Alex Happi scored the game-winner with 89 seconds to go.
Boston College women’s soccer fell 2-1 to Clemson on the road for its third straight loss and, with only games remaining, hurts its playoff chances.
The Eagles earned their third tie and second against a Top 10 team, thanks to a revitalized Trevor Davock.
Boston College football floundered offensively in the first half, and allowed too many big plays on defense to prevent No. 3 Clemson from running away with a victory.
The Boston College defense will do whatever it can to topple the mighty Clemson offense led by quarterback Deshaun Watson.
Perfection on special teams and big plays from the defensive backs will be the keys if Boston College has any chance of upsetting No. 3 Clemson on Red Bandanna Night at Alumni Stadium.
Freshman phenom Seth Beer lived up to the hype as his hot play led Clemson to victory during a weekend sweep of BC baseball.