On Tuesday against UConn, Emme Martinez hit a game winning double in the eighth inning to give the Eagles a win over the non-conference Huskies. Ellie Mataya, Gianna Randazza, and Kristin Giery all had multiple hits to lead the offense and Susannah Anderson pitched all eight innings, only allowing three earned runs.
On Wednesday, the Eagles played host to Fairfield and it was Camryn Dolby’s turn to throw a complete game, racking up 11 K’s and earning a shutout. Randazza and Lexi DiEmmanuele led the offense with two hits each.
On Friday night against Louisville, the Eagles could only muster two hits and two runs, all of which were the product of Jenna Ergle. Anderson pitched 5.1 innings, but gave up four runs to record the loss.
In game two, DiEmmanuele had three hits and was flanked by a home run from Gianna Boccagno as the Eagles were able to upset the Cardinals, 8-4 behind a strong pitching performance by both Dolby and Anderson.
In the finale, Allyson Moore, Carly Severini, and Randazza recorded the only three htis for the Eagles, leading to two runs, but it was far from enough as the Cardinal bats went to work, scoring ten runs and taking the series.
BC has a nonconference matchup with UMass before traveling to take on the number one team in the country, Florida State.