BC goalie Abigail Levy made 45 saves, but the Eagles could not getting anything going on offense and were knocked out of the tourney.
Ohio State scored three unanswered goals to beat Boston College women’s hockey in the quarterfinals of the NCAA Tournament.
UConn dominated the ice, putting up three goals in the second period, and upsetting the Boston College women’s hockey 5-1.
The Eagles entered as the second seed in the tournament but goalie Abigail Levy struggled and BC fell 5-1 and was knocked out of the tourney.
The Hockey East Tournament begins for the women’s side on Thursday, and student writers from around the league sat down to discuss it.
After entering the third period tied at zero with BU, BC’s Jillian Fey and Hannah Bilka scored late goals to push the Eagles to a 2-0 win following a loss the day before.
Boston University scored three unanswered goals against Boston College women’s hockey to snap the Eagles’ nine-game win streak.
Barnes poked the puck past Friars goalie Sandra Abstreiter with 2:!5 to play, giving the Eagles a 2-1 victory.