Jessica Dreswick, who pitched in all three games this weekend, tallied five more strikeouts against Georgia Tech in BC’s 8-3 victory on Sunday, bringing her series total to 20.
Allyson Moore’s single in game one and Tatiana Cortez’s home run in game two all but secured both games of the Eagles’ doubleheader against Georgia Tech on Saturday. The pitching did the rest.
Mariella Fasoula scored 20-plus points for the 11th time this season, but it wasn’t enough to compensate for the Eagles’ dismal 3-point shooting, as BC fell to Georgia Tech 71-67 in the first round of the ACC Tournament.
After a slow start to the game, Georgia Tech became red-hot on offense in the second half and handed BC its ninth straight loss.
Though the Eagles mounted a vociferous second-half rally, it wasn’t enough to overcome the 20 points off turnovers the Yellow Jackets scored in a swarming first half.
While everyone has focused on the negatives from Boston College football’s 17-14 defeat in Dublin, sports editor Michael Sullivan wishes to remind you of the good. Yes, there is some good. Really.
Football season is back, Saturday morning at 7:30 a.m. EST from Dublin, Ireland. Here’s what the Eagles can expect from their season opener against the Ramblin’ Wreck of Georgia Tech.
With a series win over Georgia Tech, Mike Gambino and the Eagles have finally reached the Promised Land.
BC Athletics is also struggling to sell tickets to its game against Georgia Tech in Dublin, Ireland.
The Eagles pieced together a second half run to cut Georgia Tech’s lead to just two, but they couldn’t complete the comeback in a 76-71 loss.