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Boston College Baseball: A Look at the 2020 Schedule

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2020 Boston College Baseball Schedule

Eagles Slated to Host 26 Home Games at Harrington Athletics Village

 

CHESTNUT HILL, Mass. – Boston College head baseball coach Mike Gambino releases his team’s schedule for the upcoming 2020 season on Wednesday afternoon. The Eagles open play against Northern Illinois at Chain of Lakes Park, the former spring training home of the Boston Red Sox, in Winter Haven, Fla. On Feb. 14.

 

The Eagles, who enter their 10th season with Gambino at the helm, are coming off a 31-27 2019 campaign that saw the team reach their first ACC semifinals. BC ranked 56 in the final RPI of the season with the 48th toughest strength of schedule, which included eight wins over top-25 opponents.

 

This season, Boston College returns eight starters in its lineup and a total of three sophomore that earned Freshman All-America honors in 2019; pitcher Mason Pelio, infielder Cody Morissette and outfielder Sal Frelick.

 

The 2020 schedule features premier non-conference match-ups at Arizona State (Feb. 21-23) and at South Carolina (March 4). BC has 20 games scheduled against eight opponents that played in the 2019 NCAA Tournament. Last season, the Eagles won 11 games against 10 teams that competed in a regional.

 

ACC play begins at Clemson on March 6. The two teams last met in pool play of the ACC Championship; an extra-inning win for Boston College. The Eagles’ home opener is scheduled for March 18 against Siena, followed by the ACC home opener at the Harrington Athletics Village against Virginia Tech on March 20.

 

ACC Network and ACC Network Extra selections will be announced at a later date.

 

February 14 Northern Illinois Winter Haven, Fla. 3:00 PM
February 15 Northern Illinois (DH) Winter Haven, Fla. 1:00 PM
February 16 Northern Illinois Winter Haven, Fla. 12:00 PM
February 21 Arizona State Phoenix, Ariz. 8:30 PM
February 22 Arizona State Phoenix, Ariz. 8:30 PM
February 23 Arizona State Phoenix, Ariz. 2:30 PM
February 28 North Carolina A&T Greensboro, N.C. 4:00 PM
February 29 Fairfield Greensboro, N.C. 1:00 PM
March 1 Fairfield Greensboro, N.C. 1:00 PM
March 2 North Carolina A&T Greensboro, N.C. 1:00 PM
March 4 South Carolina Columbia, S.C. 7:00 PM
March 6 Clemson* Clemson, S.C. 6:00 PM
March 7 Clemson* Clemson, S.C. 3:00 PM
March 8 Clemson* Clemson, S.C. 1:00 PM
March 10 Holy Cross Worcester, Mass. 5:00 PM
March 13 North Carolina State* Raleigh, N.C. 6:30 PM
March 14 North Carolina State* Raleigh, N.C. 6:30 PM
March 15 North Carolina State* Raleigh, N.C. 1:00 PM
March 17 Northeastern Brookline, Mass. 4:00 PM
March 18 Siena Brighton, Mass. 4:00 PM
March 20 Virginia Tech* Brighton, Mass. 4:00 PM
March 21 Virginia Tech* Brighton, Mass. 2:00 PM
March 22 Virginia Tech* Brighton, Mass. 1:00 PM
March 24 Connecticut Brighton, Mass. 4:00 PM
March 27 Louisville* Brighton, Mass. 4:00 PM
March 28 Louisville* Brighton, Mass. 2:00 PM
March 29 Louisville* Brighton, Mass. 1:00 PM
March 31 Northeastern! Brighton, Mass. 4:00 PM
April 1 Quinnipiac Brighton, Mass. 4:00 PM
April 3 Florida State* Brighton, Mass. 4:00 PM
April 4 Florida State* Brighton, Mass. 2:00 PM
April 5 Florida State* Brighton, Mass. 1:00 PM
April 7 Beanpot Championship! Brighton, Mass. TBA
April 9 Pittsburgh* Pittsburgh, Pa. 6:00 PM
April 10 Pittsburgh* Pittsburgh, Pa. 3:00 PM
April 11 Pittsburgh* Pittsburgh, Pa. 1:00 PM
April 14 Hartford Brighton, Mass. 4:00 PM
April 15 Dartmouth Brighton, Mass. 3:30 PM
April 17 Virginia* Brighton, Mass. 5:30 PM
April 18 Virginia* Brighton, Mass. 2:00 PM
April 19 Virginia* Brighton, Mass. 12:00 PM
April 21 UMass Lowell Lowell, Mass. 6:00 PM
April 22 Bryant Brighton, Mass. 4:00 PM
April 24 Georgia Tech* Atlanta, Ga. 7:00 PM
April 25 Georgia Tech* Atlanta, Ga. 4:00 PM
April 26 Georgia Tech* Atlanta, Ga. 1:00 PM
April 28 Rhode Island Brighton, Mass. 5:30 PM
April 29 Brown Brighton, Mass. 5:30 PM
May 1 Notre Dame* Notre Dame, Ind. 6:00 PM
May 2 Notre Dame* Notre Dame, Ind. 3:00 PM
May 3 Notre Dame* Notre Dame, Ind. 1:00 PM
May 12 Maine Brighton, Mass. 5:30 PM
May 14 Wake Forest* Brighton, Mass. 7:00 PM
May 15 Wake Forest* Brighton, Mass. 5:30 PM
May 16 Wake Forest* Brighton, Mass. 1:00 PM
May 19-24 ACC Championship Charlotte, N.C. TBA
May 29-June 1 NCAA Regional Campus Sites TBA
June 5-7 NCAA Super Regional Campus Sites TBA
June 13-24 College World Series Omaha, Neb. TBA

 

*-ACC Game // ! – Beanpot

-BC-

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