It’s out with the old and in with the new for Boston College women’s hockey this season. While BC’s roster may look different—and younger—than last year, according to BC head coach Katie Crowley, two things have stayed the same for the Eagles: they have energy and they’re ready to go.
Pyne’s Two-Goal Effort Earns BC OT Win Over UConn, Advances Eagles to Hockey East Tournament Semifinals
Boston College women’s hockey defeated UConn 4–3 in overtime on Saturday, advancing to the Hockey East Tournament semifinals.
Boston College women’s hockey’s three-goal first period propelled the Eagles past Providence for their fifth win in the last six games.
After an early deficit, the Eagles rattle off four unanswered goals and complete the series sweep over Maine with another 4–1 victory.
Abby Newhook and Hannah Bilka each recorded four points in the Eagles’ win over Boston University in the 66th Battle of Comm. Ave.
Friday Night, Boston College women’s hockey fell to Maine in its single-elimination playoff game in the Hockey East Tournament 2–1.
Following its 3–3 tie with Vermont Friday, Boston College women’s hockey failed to maintain its two-goal lead, falling to the Catamounts 4–2 on Saturday. Kelly Browne and Gaby Roy scored for BC in the loss.
Alexie Guay and Kelly Browne each scored three points in Boston College women’s hockey’s win over New Hampshire Thursday night.