The Eagles will be saying farewell to Seniors Matt Burke and Justin Katz. Burke, who made the team as pitcher last year, has been the starting left fielder for the Eagles, enjoying a breakout performance against SUNY Albany. Katz leaves the Eagles as one of its most senior members. A member since his freshman year, Katz has served as a mentor and role model for the younger members on the team. Both seniors will be greatly missed.
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.
The Eagles won both games against UCONN Sunday in what turned out to be a crucial step in order to reach the playoffs.
Game one saw an offense breakout for the eagles, who came from behind to beat the Huskies 12-6. In Game two, the Eagles turned in another great offensive performance. Down 6-3, the Eagles wine on to score 12 runs to close out the game with a 15-6 victory, completing the sweep.
The two wins, along with the UCONN forfeit on Saturday put the Eagles back into position to capture the North Atlantic North Title. The Eagles must now play a double header against Northeastern. If the Eagles win both games, there will be a 3-way tie at the top of the division between BC, Northeastern, and SUNY Albany. In the event of a tie, the runs-against tie breaker favors the Eagles.
Games are currently scheduled for Sunday, May 3rd. More updates will follow.
Today’s game against UCONN was cancelled due to field availability. UCONN will forfeit the game, and we will be playing a double header tomorrow at UCONN starting at 11 a.m. For those wanting to travel to the game, the address is 75 Mohegan Rd. Norwich, CT
In a crucial divisional game against division leader Northeastern, the Eagle offense came out in full force tonight against the Huskies. The Eagles got on the board quickly with a 5-run first inning, following that up with a run in the second and third inning. RHP Mike Stark didn’t skip a beat after a great weekend against UMASS, his devastating curveball kept the Huskies at bay. The Huskies were able to claw their way back and take a 9-7 lead in the top of the 6th inning, but the Eagle offense went back to work in the bottom half, tying the game up and loading the bases for freshman catcher Mark Beluk, who proceeded to crush a ball over the building in left field to give the Eagles a 13-9 win.
The Eagles play again this Saturday at home against SUNY Albany. This will be the Eagles first home game at Cassidy Playground in Cleveland Circle.
*Due to lighting concerns, the game was called off after 6 innings.
The Eagles are taking on division foe Northeastern tonight at 8 P.M at Jefferson Playground in Jamaica Plain. The game is the first of a three-game series that will be played throughout the next 2-3 weeks. For those who want to watch the game, the address is 10 Grotto Glen Rd. Jamaica Plain.
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The Eagles opened up division play on a positive note by winning two of three against UMASS this past weekend. The Eagles opened the series with a wild 3-2 win in extra innings. Freshman LHP Nick Assad took a no-hitter into the 4th inning, and a stellar bullpen kept the Eagles in the game. Sophomore RHP Michael Stark earned his first win of the year, and 1B Alex Gulati drove in the winning run in the 9th inning.
The Eagles kept momentum going in game two of the series. A back and forth game ultimately resulted in a 6-4 victory for BC. Junior LHP Matt Bui picked up his first win of 2015, and Michael Stark finished with the save, giving him both a win and a save on the day.
The Eagles dropped game three of the series 11-1. The Eagles play again on Wednesday against another division foe in Northeastern.
The Boston Club Baseball team travel’s Amherst, MA, today to take on division opponent UMASS. The Eagles are looking to open Spring divisional play on a high note after a 4 week hiatus from baseball due to snowy New England winter. For game one, the Eagles will send Freshman lefty Nick Assad to make his third career start. Junior Pitcher Matt Bui will get the ball for the second leg of the double-header.
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Some updates on regarding the 2015 Spring Season:
– Games against Sacred Heart have been cancelled. Future Games against SHU will be determined at a later date.
– The Series against Northeastern have been postponed, and will be rescheduled for a later date this spring.
– The Eagles will resume play against UMASS starting with a double-header on April 11. The games are to be played at UMASS, so existing snow should not be a factor.
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The Eagles dropped the series against Drexel University today. In game one the Eagles found themselves down 8-2 in going into the final inning. The eagles took advantage of Drexel’s bullpen and scored 5 runs to make it 8-7, but the comeback was ultimately stopped by the Dragons’ bullpen. In game two, the Eagles were able to keep the score close for most of the game, but some late Drexel runs put the game out of reach, and the Eagles fell 5-2. The Eagles look to bounce back in a double header against Sacred Heart next week.