The Eagles staged a furious comeback attempt in the fourth quarter, but the Hurricanes managed to hang on for a 58-51 win over BC.
The Eagles dropped their fourth consecutive game on Wednesday night, losing to Miami 78-77. In the end, a second half offensive resurgence, sparked by Jerome Robinson, proved to be too little, too late.
Jerome Robinson hit a buzzer-beater 3-pointer to close the game, but it just wasn’t enough for the Eagles to overcome Miami. The Hurricanes held on for a 78-77 victory.
The Eagles will have to limit turnovers and win the rebounding battle if they want to win on the road at Miami on Wednesday night.
Boston College volleyball lost in four sets to both Florida State and Miami this weekend despite great performances by McKenna Goss and Jill Strockis.
Amid brawls and bombs from a difficult Miami lineup, the Eagles’ impressive run to the college baseball postseason ends in the Super Regionals.
It was all smiles from Mike King and Co. after a 5-3 win as the Eagles and Hurricanes get set for a winner-take-all Game Three on Sunday afternoon.
Two Miami home runs in a four-run third inning off ace Justin Dunn and a collapse by the bullpen put led to a deficit that even a scrappy Boston College team couldn’t overcome.
The Eagles saw improvements from Jerome Robinson and Darryl Hicks, yet couldn’t overcome poor ball screen defense and bad shot selection from leading scorer Eli Carter.
Down by just one point at halftime, BC suffered a second half breakdown to keep the Hurricanes rolling.