For most of the weekend, Virginia Tech exposed BC’s pitching staff, recording an assortment of extra-base hits. And even when the offense was limited, like on Sunday, it found a way to pull through at the right time.
With less than four minutes remaining the Eagles’ final home game of the year, Kelly Hughes and Co. strung together a 22-10 run, which ultimately fell three points short of Virginia Tech.
BC entered halftime with a two-point lead over Virginia Tech on Saturday. Yet, once again, the Eagles let their intermission lead slide. The Hokies shot 75 percent from the field in the second half to top BC 91-75.
Jerome Robinson scored 25 points, but the Eagles couldn’t overcome the Hokies on Senior Day in a 91-75 loss.
Kate Weeks and Kaileen Hart recorded hat tricks on Saturday, but the Eagles could not match Virginia Tech’s 12 second-half goals, dropping their second ACC game, 18-12.
Jordan Chatman couldn’t miss from downtown, but the Eagles suffered another ACC loss on the road, this time to Virginia Tech.
The Eagles lost their seventh ACC game of the season against Virginia Tech on Sunday night. Similar to its other road games, BC opened up play flatfooted. But a career night from Jordan Chatman forced another conference nail biter.
The Eagles will take on Virginia Tech in Blacksburg, Va., tonight. Here’s what you need to know about the matchup—and how BC can earn a win against a conference foe on the road for the first time since 2015.
It was a nail-biter, but Boston College men’s soccer advanced to the quarterfinals of the ACC Tournament after taking down Virginia Tech in penalty kicks.
Boston College women’s soccer fell flat after an emotional win over No. 2 Florida State, falling to Virginia Tech in double overtime.