Hitters Dominance Series Opener – Boston College Athletics

Brighton, Mass. – The Boston College baseball team lost to its weekend opener Wake Forrest 15-8 at Harrington Athletics Village on Friday evening. At the ACC, the Eagles fell 11-15 and 1-9 overall, while the Demon Deacons improved 20-6, 5-5.

BC took a four-run lead one after another, taking advantage of an error that opened the door for an unbeaten four. Senior Catcher Peter Burns (Reading, Mass.) Scoring finished with a two-run home run; His first of the season.

Wake finished fifth in a Grand Slam by third baseman Brock Wilken. It marked the last inning of the BC senior right-hander Joe Mancini (Fairfield, Conn.). He conceded four runs on two walks and six hits with six strikeouts.

Seventh, Wilken put Demon Deacons ahead with a three-run home run. Wake Forest closed the innings with seven runs to extend the lead to 11-4.

Wright Wright loader (6-1) fired back from five runs in a row to keep Demon Deacons at bay, returning from a four-run lead with a seven-run lead. He surrendered seven feet and one walk, and took seven.

The Eagles finished seventh with four runs, including a two – run home run by the second right fielder. Cameron Lear (Betpage, NY). Wake Forest immediately responded with a two-run home run by catcher Brendan Tinsman in the three-run frame.

Scores: Wake Forest 15, Boston College 8
Documents: Wake Forest 20-6, 5-5; Boston College 11-15, 1-9
Stadium: Harrington Athletics Village
Attendance: 286

BC Highlights

The Eagles scored four runs in the first game, including a two-run, two-run home run by Burns.
At seven, Leary scored two home runs and scored four runs in the seventh inning.

Game Notes

Wake Forest leads the all-time series 24-18.
BC were 7-5 in the first inning and 7-2 in the first inning.
Burns hit his first home run of the season and his sixth of his career.
Gold reached his ACC-Leading 14thth Twice the season.
Gold records his team lead of 13th The multi-hit game of the season 33rd Of his career.
┬ĚLearie hit his 11thth Home run of the season and 13th Of his career.
Leary’s 11 home runs are the most by a season since Chris Shaw scored 11 in 2015, and he is ninth in a season in BC with Shaw and Mike Belfior (2009).


Boston College Freshman becomes right-handed Sean Hard (Mahwa, NJ) The second game of the series airs Saturday at 2pm on ACCNX.

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