Despite mounting a late-inning rally, the Boston College baseball team fell 7-6 in the rubber match of the three game series with Georgia State. With the loss, BC falls to 2-7 on the year.
Redshirt freshman LHP Andrew Chin (1-2) recorded the loss, going just three inning and giving up five runs -- all earned -- on seven hits, two walks and striking out three. Freshman reliever LHP Jesse Adams pitched 2.2 innings without allowing a run and only gave up one hit and one walk while striking out two.
Junior Tom Bourdon and freshman Chris Shaw lead the Eagles at the plate, each finishing the day 2-for-5 at the plate. Freshman Logan Hoggarth tallied two RBIs on a double with the bases loaded in the fifth. BC was outhit 12-8, and left seven runners on base.
Coach Gambino talked about the positive takeaways from the Georgia State series.
The Eagles will stay in Tampa to play a two-game midweek series against South Florida tomorrow and Wednesday at 7 PM. The Bulls are 4-6 on the year, coming off a weekend series win over Toledo. Already this season, USF has faced Florida State from the ACC, losing by scores of 14-3, 8-0 and 2-5. The Bulls also lost to future ACC ballclub Louisville 10-1 in the season opener.