CLEMSON, S.C. – The Boston College baseball team ended its season with a 5-0 loss to Clemson at Doug Kingsmore Stadium on Saturday afternoon. The Eagles finished the season with a 19-33 overall record and 5-25 in the ACC.
In what was a staff day on the mound for the BC Eagles, graduate righty Liam Dvorak (Bayport, N.Y.) made his first start of the year and sat the Tigers (35-21, 13-16 ACC) down in order, capped by a called strike three. Clemson got a run off freshman RHP Eric Schroeder (Ridgewood, N.J.) in the third; his second inning of relief. Schroeder (0-6) took the loss with one run against two hits and two walks.
Senior right-hander Mason Pelio (San Diego, Calif.) was the second BC reliever of the day. He struck out three batters in his first inning of work, needing to secure a fourth out on a come-backer to the mound after a strike-three passed ball. Pelio allowed one hit and one walk in his outing.
Clemson right-hander Billy Barlow (2-3) went six innings in the win. He allowed just one hit, a third-inning single up the middle to BC freshman shortstop Aidan Harrington (Millis, Mass.). Barlow struck out four and did not issue a walk.
Scores: Clemson 5, Boston College 0
Records: Clemson 35-21, 13-16 ACC; Boston College 19-34, 5-25 ACC
Stadium: Doug Kingsmore Stadium
- W: Billy Barlow (2-3)
- L: Eric Schroeder (0-6)
- S: Ryan Ammons (8)
- HBP: Travis Honeyman 1
- 2B: Benjamin Blackwell 1
- HR: Reed Garris 1
- RBI: Will Taylor 1; Cooper Ingle 1; Blake Wright 1; Reed Garris 2
- SF: Will Taylor 1
- RUNS: Benjamin Blackwell 1; Caden Grice 1; Reed Garris 3
- SB: Will Taylor 1
- HBP: Benjamin Blackwell 1; Bryar Hawkins 1; Reed Garris 1