Five Eagles’ contributions to Team USA in the Olympics earn BC a place in the Team USA Collegiate Impact Award Class of 2022.
Five Eagles Named to U.S. Olympic Hockey Teams
Five Eagles—two men and three women—will hit the ice in Beijing this February as a part of the United States’ 2022 Olympic hockey rosters.
Looking Back: Three Consecutive Beanpot Wins
The Eagles have won three consecutive Beanpot championships in a variety of different ways. Here’s a look back at the twists and turns of BC’s path to three straight trophies.
Watts Becomes First Freshman in NCAA History to Win Patty Kazmaier Award
Daryl Watts was crowned the national player of the year on Saturday morning when she became the first freshman, let alone underclassmen, to ever win the Patty Kazmaier Award.
Watts, Lonergan Headline Most Prolific Team in College Hockey
With three current defensemen overseas for the Olympics, the best goaltender in the game, and the top two leading scorers in the country, as well as another pair of skaters in the top 15, BC has more star power than any other team in NCAA hockey.
Hockey Sends Six Players to 2018 Winter Olympics
Six former and current Eagles, including five women, have been selected to the 2018 U.S.A Olympic Team, and will represent their country in Pyeongchang, South Korea throughout February.
A Star on the Sweater: Katie Burt Seeks the Ultimate Win
Over three years, Katie Burt has made herself quite a legacy at BC—but this season, she wants to solidify it with a national championship win.
Bigger, Faster, Stronger: Caitrin Lonergan Is Primed to be BC Women’s Hockey’s Next Big Thing
Caitrin Lonergan has spent the entire offseason working tirelessly for the season ahead—and is poised to make a big jump in her sophomore campaign.
Why Wait? BC Should Retire Alex Carpenter’s No. 5 Right Now
Alex Carpenter’s return to BC in the scrimmage on Thursday reminded everyone of her greatness, and why her number needs to be placed in the rafters of Kelley Rink as soon as possible.
In Exhibition Against NWHL’s Pride, Women’s Hockey Breaks in Players in New Roles
Despite the loss, the Eagles had several solid performances, including that of goaltender Katie Burt and freshmen Caroline Ross and Caitrin Lonergan.