Boston College Shut Down at FSU in Series Rubber-Match

BRIGHTON, Mass. – The Boston College baseball team dropped its series rubber-match against No. 23 Florida State, 8-1, at the Harrington Athletics Village. The Seminoles kept the Eagles off the board until a ninth-inning home run from senior Ramon Jimenez (Chicopee, Mass.).

Lefty Bryce Hubbart (7-1) threw seven-shutout innings of one-run ball to get the win for FSU. He allowed just one hit, a leadoff-double to BC sophomore first baseman Joe Vetrano (Shrub Oak, NY) in the second. Hubbart retired 17 batters in a row to finish his outing having thrown just 80 pitches. He struck out 11 and hit one batter.

The Seminoles (28-17, 13-11 ACC) scored a single run in the first and second innings before chasing freshman righty Sean Hard (Mahwah, NJ) in a six-run third. Hard (0-5) gave up eight runs, seven earned, on seven hits and two walks with three strikeouts. Fellow freshman RHP Eric Schroeder (Ridgewood, NJ) followed with 4.2-scoreless innings of relief on just 36 pitches.

Scores: Now. 23 Florida State 8, Boston College 1
Records: Florida State 28-17, 13-11 ACC; Boston College 19-30, 5-22 ACC
Stadium: Harrington Athletics Village
Attendance: TBA


· BC is 7-19 when the opponent scores first and 6-11 when the opponent scores in the first inning.
Vetrano hit his eighth double of the season.


Boston College plays its final home game of the season on Tuesday, May 17 against Maine at 4 p.m.

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