“Freshman don’t win the Patty Kazmaier Award,” people said. Enter Daryl Watts, a Canadian phenom, who led the country in scoring wire-to-wire and added the prestigious award to a trophy cabinet full of them.
During his first two years on the Heights, Gian Martellini elevated his baseball IQ, improved his defense behind the plate, and, most importantly, learned to never dog out a pop up. Now, as an upperclassman, he’s the man in charge.
BC women’s hockey head coach Katie Crowley won Olympic Gold back in 1998—20 years later, she watched five of her current and former skaters join her in eternal glory.
With nothing to play for other than its atypical senior class—graduate transfer Kevin Lohan and managers Chuck Van Kula, Lucas Hurtt, and James Daly—BC capped off the season sweep of Maine.
Northeastern outshot the No. 3 Eagles, but a hat trick by Makenna Newkirk and two goals by Daryl Watts, the nation’s leading scorer, lifted them to their sixth-straight Beanpot Final.
With five different goal scorers—on two different goalies—Boston College men’s hockey rode its way to a convincing 5-2 win over Massachusetts Lowell to maintain its lead over Hockey East.
The Eagles lost graduate transfer defenseman Kevin Lohan over the weekend, but battled for a defensive victory over Massachusetts at Kelley Rink.
Hours after the Eagles upset Duke in basketball, Kelley Rink couldn’t recreate the magic, as men’s hockey was out from the start against conference rival Northeastern.