The Boston College Eagles baseball needed a strong showing in the final regular season series and some help to make this year's ACC Baseball Championship. But after losing the first two games of the series to Duke, the Eagles were officially eliminated from the postseason (though they did send the seniors out with a big win).
BC finishes two games out of the eighth and final spot in the 2012 ACC Baseball Championship. Here are the final conference standings.
1. Florida State (24-6) -- Atlantic Division leader
2. North Carolina (22-8) -- Coastal Division leader
3. N.C. State (19-11)
4. Virginia (18-12)
5. Clemson (16-14)
6. Miami (16-14)
7. Wake Forest 13-17)
8. Georgia Tech (12-18)
Virginia Tech (11-19)
Boston College (10-20)
Pool A: #1 Florida State, #4 Virginia, #5 Clemson, #8 Georgia Tech
Pool B: #2 North Carolina, #3 N.C. State, #6 Miami, #7 Wake Forest
This year marks the fifth time in seven seasons that BC has failed to qualify for the ACC Baseball Championship. In 2009 and 2010, the Eagles finished as the #8 seed.
2006: No Tournament
2007: No Tournament
2008: No Tournament
2009: #8 Seed, Finished pool play 2-1 but lost head-to-head tiebreaker with Florida State
2010: #8 Seed, Finished pool play 1-2
2011: No Tournament
2012: No Tournament
The Eagles finish the year with a record of 22-33 overall, 10-20 in the ACC.