The Eagles defeated Wisconsin, but lost to Hofstra, FGCU, Florida International, and Rutgers at the Four Points by Sheraton Invitational.
The Eagles kicked off their 2017 season by winning three games, including one shutout, and losing one contest in the Houston Hilton Plaza Invitational.
The Eagles dominated the Orange with a weekend sweep, surrendering only two runs while scoring 23 over the three games.
Jordan Chimiento’s three-run double in the final inning brought the Eagles within one, but they couldn’t finish off the comeback in a 7-6 loss to the Friars.
Tatiana Cortez crushed her ninth home run of the year in a 5-2 win over UNC at home.
Harvard edged the Eagles in a 2-1 tilt on Tuesday, but BC bounced back on Wednesday with a 5-4 win over rival Boston University.
BC softball entered its weekend slate against Virginia Tech on a five-game win streak, but could not overcome the Hokies and fell in all three games.
Tatiana Cortez hit a three-run homer to propel BC softball to a winning weekend, and men’s tennis powered by UConn for a 7-0 sweep.
The Eagles want to make it to the NCAA Regionals. Fresh blood, a challenging schedule, and more consistent hitting will make it happen.
Softball opened its season at Arizona State’s Kajikawa Classic this weekend with three wins and three losses.