Despite the COVID-19 pandemic cancelling the remainder of the 2020 baseball season, Belmont exploded to one of the best starts in program history. The Bruins finished the year with a 14-3 record, reaching the top 20 in NCAA Baseball for win-loss percentage. The 2020 team also became the first Bruin Baseball team since 2001 to reach 10 wins by March 3.
In addition to the red-hot start, Belmont obtained five walk-off wins during the 2020 season. It started on Feb. 21 against Missouri State, where Hagan Severance hit an 11th inning home run to defeat the Bears 1-0 in the Turface Classic.
The following day against Evansville, the Bruins were once again forced into extra innings. However, freshman Drew Lowry drove in the go-ahead run in the bottom of the 11th inning to give Belmont its second consecutive walk-off win.
Lowry came in the clutch once again the next day, coming up with the go-ahead RBI that allowed Belmont to defeat Bradley at Rose Park. It was the Bruins' third walk-off win in three days.
On March 1, Carson Shacklett's first career bomb came in the bottom of the ninth inning to give Belmont its fourth walk-off win of the season and the victory over UNC Asheville.
Down by five runs in the final game of the season against Toledo, Belmont climbed all the way back to tie it up heading into the ninth inning. Tommy Crider sealed the win for the Bruins, coming up with an RBI single up the middle to give Belmont the 8-7 victory.