NCAA Baseball Scores: Boston College V. Florida State: Eagles Lose To No. 1 Ranked Seminoles By A Score Of 6-3

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Boston College faced off against No. 1 ranked Florida State Seminoles knocking their starter out of game in the third inning.

Boston found themselves down early until four straight Eagles reached base off of FSU starter Mike Compton. With the bases loaded, Blake Butera’s bloop singled to left-field scoring two runners and closed the gap to 5-2. Compton had retired seven straight Eagles to that point in the game.

Boston College rallied again in the 7th inning stringing together three hits in a row. Pinch hitter Andrew Lawrence’s check swing ran down the third base line but stayed fair allowing a runner to score.

Secondbaseman Blake Butera went one for four on the day with two RBI. Rightfielder Matt McGovern had a one for three day with a walk and one RBI. Starting pitcher Hunter Gordon went 5.0 innings pitched and gave up four earned runs and had two strikeouts. Gordon’s record on the season drops to 1-4.

Boston College and Florida State complete a three game series on Sunday, Apr 15 at 1: p.m.
BC is currently ranked No 85 with a record of 13-22-0

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