Boston College Club Baseball had one exceptional weekend, sweeping SUNY Albany in a three game series, with scores of 6-0, 15-5, and 6-0.
In the first game, Nick Assad pitched a shutout, allowing no runs on two hits while striking out four through seven full innings. The bats began a weekend to remember, beating SUNY Albany thanks to nine hits, including three extra base hits, including a leadoff home run by Daniel Lu in the bottom of the first.
In game 2, Albany struck first, tacking on 2 runs in the top of the first to take a 2-0 lead. However, the steady hand of the Eagles never had a doubt, as Alex Gulati and Daniel Lu both homered to headline a steady stream of scoring. 5 of the Eagles had multi-hit games, and the combination of Andrew Dawson, Kristian Singh, and Shane Kelly held the door closed on the Albany offense.
In today’s nine-inning game, Tom Clarkson dominated the game, striking out six and only giving up one hit in seven full innings of work. Alex Gulatiadded another home run to the weekend, and the top 5 of the line-up all had multi-hit games to help the offense roll through the weekend.
The Eagles will look to keep it rolling next weekend versus Sacred Heart on Sunday, 10/23. The games will be at World Series Park in Saugus, MA.
Your Eagles took down the University of New Hampshire yesterday by a score of 11-10. Hitters on both sides were strong at the plate as the teams combined for 20 hits, including three extra base hits.
The Eagles won on a walk-off ninth-inning single from Daniel Lu, bringing home Colin O’Neill and Tyler Lockard.
The Eagles were sparked by Lu and Alex Gulati, who teamed up for five hits and five RBIs.
Five relief pitchers finished off the game for the Eagles. Michael Stark faced nine batters in relief, while Andrew Dawson managed to record six outs to aid the victory.
The Eagles head into Conference play next weekend with a Home series versus SUNY Albany at World Series Park. Hope to see some more great fans there!
The Eagles took both games today in a doubleheader game at World Series Park versus The University of Rhode Island, winning by final scores of 14-4 and 13-2.
In Game 1 of the split, the Eagles jumped out to an early lead on University Of Rhode Island and capturing 13 runs in the first three innings, leaving no doubt about the eventual outcome.
Tom Clarkson racked up six RBIs on three hits, while Sheepdog Nick Assadrecorded the win, allowing three runs over three innings. He struck out five, walked one and surrendered four hits.
The Eagles answered University Of Rhode Island’s top inning with five runs of their own in the third, with runs scored on a two-run double by Daniel Lu, an RBI single by Jack Patrina, and a two-run double by Clarkson.
In Game two, the Eagles jumped out to an early lead on University Of Rhode Island and captured a 12-3 victory.
Nine runs in the first three innings allowed them to put the game away early.
Colin O’Neill racked up five RBIs on three hits, including his first big league homer for the Eagles.
University Of Rhode Island couldn’t get anything going as long as Cameron Miller was on the hill. University Of Rhode Island managed just one hit off of the Eagles’s pitcher, who allowed no earned runs, walked none and struck out two during his three innings of work.
Michael Strabone got the second win for the Eagles, tossing two innings of shutout ball. He struck out four, walked three and surrendered no hits.
The Eagles improve to 3-0 on the year, and will have the next weekend off for Parents Weekend before heading into October Conference play.
Your Boston College Eagles scored four runs in the eighth to cap a 12-3 win over Harvard on Sunday.
The Eagles scored in the eighth on a two-run single by John McQuillen, an RBI single by Robby Walsh, and an RBI single by Tyler Lockard.
Alex Gulati racked up two RBIs on three hits for the Eagles. He singled in the sixth and eighth innings and homered in the ninth inning.
Nick Assad shut down Harvard while he was on the mound. Assad held Harvard hitless over one inning, allowed no earned runs, walked none and struck out three.
Six relief pitchers made sure the win didn’t fall through the cracks for the Eagles . Michael Stark faced five batters in relief, while Kristian Singhmanaged to record six outs to aid the victory.
The game’s last lead went to the Eagles thanks to a fourth inning rally that saw one run cross the plate on an RBI single by Brett Layman.
Thank you to everyone who showed up to Tryouts yesterday and for being patient as we tried to deal with the weather. We apologize for the inconvenience and hope the weather will cooperate with us this coming week.
We have re-scheduled the position player tryout to tomorrow, September 13, at 6:30am at Cleveland Circle. If you aren’t sure where the field is and did not receive the email with link, please emailus at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please be warmed up and ready to go by 6:30, and bring your Club Sports Participation Agreement filled out if you have not already done so.
Callbacks will be Wednesday and Thursday morning, and we will update you more should you make the callback list tomorrow afternoon. As always, feel free to email us with any questions. Look forward to seeing you all there!
Interested in trying out for the BC Club Baseball team?
We will be holding tryouts on September 11 from 8 am – 1 pm at Rogers Park on Lake Street. Please fill out our recruit page on our website here if you are interested and follow us on Facebook (@BCClubBaseball) and Twitter (@BCClubBaseball) for updates as the tryout dates approach. Also be sure to checkout our booth at the Student Activities Fair on September 2nd for more information.
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A huge congratulations to our own Eagles who earned post-season honors from the North Atlantic Region of the NCBA earlier today. Junior OF Jeff Elliot and Sophomore P Nick Assad were selected First Team, while Sophomore OF Daniel Lu earned Second Team honors. The Eagles plan to use these returning studs to ignite the team on both sides of the ball next year as we begin another run at Paducah, Kentucky and the NCBA World Series. To see all of the selections, as well as the season stats for those selected, follow the link below: