Boston College women’s hockey snapped its four-game losing streak behind Grace Campbell’s first career shutout.
After leading Vermont 2–0 with less than half of the second period remaining, the Eagles’ let the Catamounts back into the game, losing 3–2.
Despite Cayla Barnes recording her fifth goal of the season, UConn’s Jada Habisch’s two goals lifted the Huskies past the Eagles 3–1.
After an early first period goal, the Eagles extended their lead and completed the season sweep of Holy Cross with a 3–0 victory.
The Eagles fended off a high-powered Northeastern offense throughout all of regulation, but fell in overtime, ending a seven-game win streak.
After an early deficit, the Eagles rattle off four unanswered goals and complete the series sweep over Maine with another 4–1 victory.
Kelly Browne’s two-goal performance propelled BC women’s hockey to a Thursday night victory over Maine, and its sixth consecutive win.
In its first matchup of a home-and-home series, Boston College women’s hockey defeated Holy Cross 2–1 in overtime. Abby Newhook lifted the Eagles over the Crusaders with her ninth career game-winning goal.