Boston University softball coach Shawn Rychcik was searching for answers on Thursday afternoon after his team lost its third straight game, 7-3, to the University of Rhode Island. Despite leading America East in almost every offensive category, the Terriers had gathered only four runs over the three games.
This season has been an up-and-down affair for the Boston University softball team. As they enter a doubleheader against the University of Rhode Island today, the Terriers will be looking to start another upward trend heading into the final weeks of the season.
The Boston University softball team leads America East in batting average, slugging percentage, on-base percentage and runs, among several other offensive categories.
Despite a pair of solid pitching performances, the Boston University softball team couldn’t seem to get anything going on offense as it dropped both games of a doubleheader against Boston College on Tuesday afternoon.
The Boston University softball team will travel down Commonwealth Avenue tonight to take on Boston College, hoping to keep up the momentum from its recent conference success. The crosstown rivals were originally scheduled to meet on March 31, but that game was postponed due to rain and will now be played as part of a doubleheader tonight.
The Boston University softball team showed itself to be both dominant and lackluster at times on its weekend road trip to the University of Maryland-Baltimore County, where the Terriers took two out of three games from the Retrievers.
They might be right where they want to be, but the Boston University softball team will have to perform well against the University of Maryland-Baltimore County this weekend to stay there.
One day after scoring five runs off the No. 22 University of Massachusetts-Amherst’s sophomore ace Sara Plourde, the Boston University softball team could only muster four runs against Bryant University. It was more than enough, however, for the Terriers to secure a 4-0 shutout win and gather some momentum heading into a weekend showdown with America East conference foe, the University of Maryland-Baltimore County.
Boston University freshman pitcher Taylor Cowan waited for nearly two months for her first collegiate start in the circle.
Despite a grand slam off the bat of junior centerfielder April Setterlund, the Boston University softball team was unable to complete a comeback last night against No. 22 University of Massachusetts-Amherst, falling 7-5. The grand slam put Setterlund in sole possession of the program’s single-season RBI record with 48 RBIs through 34 games.