Lexi DiEmmaneuele’s lone run in the fifth wasn’t enough to carry the Eagles past the University of Massachusetts on Wednesday afternoon.
Donovan Casey hit for the cycle in his first four at-bats and the Eagles bounced back with a commanding victory over UMass.
In a busy weekend for BC tennis, the men took down BU but lost to Louisville, while the women defeated UMass but fell to Brown.
Six different Eagles found the back of the net in a dominating victory against Hockey East’s basement dweller.
DJ Recny examines how BC’s stifling defense managed to overpower the Minutemen and lead to scoring opportunities for the Eagles.
Having only one win in their last six contests, the Eagles should be looking at Friday’s matchup with the Minutemen as a must-win.
The Eagles continue their run through Hockey East with a home game against Providence College and a road game in Amherst against Massachusetts.
Editors Michael Sullivan and Annabel Steele debate if the Eagles should attack through the air more, or keep their offense the same.
It hasn’t always been easy for Mike Knoll, but the smile on his face after Saturday’s game represents the positive vibes around BC football nowadays.
Coming off a loss against Georgia Tech, Boston College football hasn’t won since last September. The good news? On Saturday, the Eagles are playing another team that has struggled recently in UMass.