BC goalie Abigail Levy made 45 saves, but the Eagles could not getting anything going on offense and were knocked out of the tourney.
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.
Barnes poked the puck past Friars goalie Sandra Abstreiter with 2:!5 to play, giving the Eagles a 2-1 victory.
Boston College women’s hockey won its second game in as many days against Merrimack Saturday despite a late surge by the Warriors.
Boston College women’s hockey completed a sweep of its season-opening series against UNH with a 4-1 win over the Wildcats on Saturday.
Lindsay Agnew had three goals and two assists and the Eagles didn’t take their foot off the gas pedal, using a five-goal second period to cruise to an 8-0 rout of the visiting Warriors.
Cayla Barnes scored twice, and while BC nearly squandered a 4-1 third period lead, it hung on to escape New York with a one-goal win over the Orange to move to a perfect 4-0 on the season.
After losing a plethora of talent, including two Olympians and a trio of elite forwards, head coach Katie Crowley and the Eagles are aiming to overcome lower expectations ahead of the 2019-20 campaign.