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The Boston College baseball team battled No. 19 UCF to end, but lost, 5-4, in the bottom of the ninth at Jay Bergman Field on Sunday afternoon. The Eagles (4-2) had pulled ahead of the Knights (5-2) in their last at bat, but could not hold on, as UCF took two-of-three in the series.
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No. 5 Miami capped its Atlantic Coast Conference regular season with a 88-42 win over Boston College on Sunday. Kristen Doherty scored 10 for Boston College.
Down to the last out in the bottom of the ninth trailing by a run, UCF shortstop Darnell Sweeney (Miramar, Fla.) delivered a first-pitch two-run walk-off single to shallow left with the bases loaded to give the No. 19 Knights (5-2) a 5-4 victory, and 2-1 series win over Boston College Sunday afternoon from the UCF baseball complex.
In its final regular season contest, the University of Miami will honor its most successful senior class prior to the 1 p.m tip-off against Boston College on Sunday.
Boston College goaltender Parker Milner has earned Hockey East Defensive Player of the Week honors for the second straight week after stopping all 54 shots faced in a two-game weekend sweep of Providence last week.
The Boston College softball team had its seven game winning streak snapped by Charlotte, 12-2, in the championship game of the 49ers Invitational on Sunday afternoon. Sophomore Ronnie Mae Ayers went 2-for-2 and drove in one run for the Eagles (8-2). Classmate Chelsea LoBue drove in the other run for BC in the loss to the 49ers (8-5).
In another back-and-forth affair with Boston College, the No. 19 UCF baseball team was unable to come up with the series win in game two Saturday at the UCF baseball complex. The Eagles (4-1) added three runs in the top of the seventh and would go on to close out the game for an 8-7 victory over the Knights (4-2).
Riquna Williams scored 20 points, Shenise Johnson added 19 and No. 5 Miami capped its Atlantic Coast Conference regular season with a 88-42 win over Boston College on Sunday. It was the 40th straight home win for the Hurricanes (25-4, 14-2), who bounced back from Friday's loss at No. 7 Duke.
The No. 13 Boston College (2-1) lacrosse squad earned a hard-fought, 12-10 victory against Hostra (1-2), in the Eagles' home opener on Saturday afternoon.
Second-ranked Boston College scored five even-strength goals by five different players in the first period en route to a 7-0 Hockey East rout of Providence in front of 7,419 fans in Kelley Rink.
The Boston College (7-22, 2-14) women's basketball team will play No. 6 Virginia (21-9, 9-7) on Thursday, March 1 at 8 p.m.
Wake Forest 85, Boston College 56
Wake Forest 85, Boston College 56