Boston College women’s hockey fell to Wisconsin after a strong first period from the Badgers. BC’s McArthur had a great night in goal, but it wasn’t enough.
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.
A dual-sport athlete her first three years at BC, graduate student Kenzie Kent is now solely focused on the sport of lacrosse, but her goal remains the same: to bring home a national title.
Behind two goals from Erin Connolly and an overtime game-winner from Ryan Little, the Eagles punched their ticket to the Hockey East semifinals for the ninth year in a row.
Makenna Newkirk picked up three assists, Megan Keller scored, and the Eagles beat Maine 5-2 on senior day Friday afternoon. BC has now won four straight games.
Megan Keller got the scoring started just five minutes into the contest, Daryl Watts added two goals and BC women’s hockey never trailed in a 4-1 win over Northeastern Tuesday.