WOMEN'S HOCKEY: Ready For Revenge
The Eagles Are Excited To Be Back On The Ice, Steeped In Talent, And Seeking Redemption
Published: Thursday, October 10, 2013
Updated: Thursday, October 10, 2013 07:10
Now, BC will look to keep the momentum rolling.
“We’ve had some pretty successful years in the past, but I know from talking with our kids and talking about their goals we want to come in first in Hockey East. That’s something that we’ve never done before so that’s kind of, I think, a big goal for us,” Crowley said.
“And then after that, you know obviously the Hockey East Championship and our ultimate goal is to get back to that Frozen Four and to win a National Championship,” Crowley continued. “That’s something that’s on our plate and we’re hoping to get back there, but we realize that it takes baby steps to get there and we’re a long way away from that.”
For Boyles, the 2013-14 season means a final shot at a national title.
“The main goal has to be that national cham- pionship,” Boyles said. “We’ve come so close three years in a row.”
BC is a championship-caliber team filled with talent, chemistry, and energy. Yet despite these valuable qualities, there is an additional ingredi- ent—other than barbecue and apples—that makes the Eagles especially dangerous: a burning need for redemption.
“We’re going to get revenge on Minnesota, BU, Northeastern,” Field said.
“We’re going to get revenge on everybody,” Boyles echoed.
“We’re going to get revenge on everyone,” Mangene confirmed.
Then, Fields sealed the deal with a promise.
“Watch out, we’re coming after you.”