Harvard men’s hockey went to the Frozen Four last year, but have hovered around .500 in its ensuing campaign. Still, the Crimson are the defending Beanpot champs—and know how to win in February.
Boston University men’s hockey has had an up-and-down season, but enters having recorded a point in each of its last six games as they look for Beanpot title No. 31.
Boston University women’s hockey is looking for it’s first Beanpot championship since 1981, but currently sit three games under .500 as the Terriers have had an underwhelming season thus far.
The title game was cut short due to rain, but a week later BC has announced that baseball has officially defended its Beanpot title with a win against Harvard.
It couldn’t have started any better for BC. With a full count, Donovan Casey homered over the left-field fence, setting the tone for the Eagles’ 5-1 victory over Northeastern in the Beanpot semifinal.
For the better portion of three periods, BC contained Northeastern’s sixth ranked offense in Monday night’s Beanpot consolation game. But two Husky goals in the final 43 seconds spelled doom for the Eagles.
Led by Megan Keller, the BC defense blocked 21 Northeastern shots on Tuesday night, en route to repeating as Beanpot Champions.
Beanpot Tournament MVP Erin Connolly capped off another two-goal, third-period comeback, guiding her Eagles to their seventh Beanpot Championship in the past 12 years.
Puck drop for the women’s Beanpot final is tonight, and the Eagles are looking for another trophy to add to their collection.
With another dreadful performance on the power play, the Eagles lost to the Terriers in the Beanpot for the first time since 2007.