Eagles to Play Northeastern for Playoff Spot

The Eagles will play a double-header against Northeastern this Sunday in order to compete for first place in the North Atlantic North division.  If BC wins both games, they will enter into a three-way tie between Northeastern and SUNY Albany.  The Eagles would win the tie breaker based on runs-against.  The double-header starts at 12:30 on Northeastern’s Varsity Baseball field.

Directions to the field (via. Northeastern Athletics): From the West (Massachusetts Turnpike): Take Exit 18 (Allston/Cambridge) toward Cambridge. Take right at first set of lights toward downtown Boston onto Storrow Drive. Continue for one mile and take first exit at Boston University onto Commonwealth Avenue (one-way). Take left at second set of lights (St. Paul Street). Continue for six blocks and take left at second set of lights onto Beacon Street (Holiday Inn on left). Take first right onto Kent Street. Parsons Field is 2/10 of a mile on the right.

From the South & West (128/95): Take Exit #20A, Route 9 East. Continue for five miles (10 lights) and take left onto Brookline Avenue toward hospitals and Kenmore Square. Take second left onto Aspinwall Avenue. At first set of lights take right onto Kent Street. Parsons Field is immediately on left.

From the North (93 & 95 across Tobin Bridge): Take Exit 26 (Storrow Drive) and follow signs for Storrow Drive West. Take Kenmore Square exit. Take first right off exit onto Beacon Street, staying in middle lane. Do not bear right onto Commonwealth Avenue to Boston University or take left onto Brookline Avenue. Continue on Beacon Street for one mile and take left onto Kent Street (before Holiday Inn). Parsons Field is 2/10 of a mile on the right.

Public Transportation: Take the “D” car of the Green Line to Longwood. Exit train, take a left up the hill to Longwood Ave. Take a right onto Longwood and then first left onto Kent Street. Parsons Field is ahead, one-tenth of a mile on the right.

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