The title game was cut short due to rain, but a week later BC has announced that baseball has officially defended its Beanpot title with a win against Harvard.
The coaching staffs were expecting rain, and a possible delay, but not a suspension of play. In the middle of the fifth inning, Wednesday’s Beanpot final was halted with BC leading Harvard 3-2.
The Global Surgery Student Alliance at Harvard University will hold the Boston Global Surgery Symposium on March 4th featuring distinguished medical professionals introducing students to the field of global surgery.
Originally down 6-1 in the first half against Harvard on Saturday, BC rallied to score nine goals in the latter portion of play to force overtime. Kaileen Hart completed the comeback with a snipe in sudden death.
Despite pouring rain that transformed Fenway Park into a giant puddle, the Eagles triumphed over Harvard thanks to two goals by Erin Connolly.
BC continued its lights-out shooting from deep on Wednesday, but failed to protect the paint against Harvard in a 74-66 loss.
The Eagles’ inconsistent play continued in Wednesday’s loss, as Harvard’s defense forced BC to falter from the field.
The Eagles will host neighboring Harvard on Wednesday night. The game marks BC’s second-straight Ivy League matchup.
The No. 11 Crimson put the hurt on men’s hockey in a 5-2 loss at the Bright-Landry Hockey Center.
The Eagles will play against the Crimson on Friday, a team that they beat twice in key title runs. What will Harvard have in store?