The Eagles have young star power, experienced veterans, and a consistent Coach of the Year candidate at their helm. Still, why is the lingering feeling one of another successful season ending too early?
Savannah Norcross scored her first career goal on Saturday, while Daryl Watts picked up right where she left off in 2017, but it wasn’t enough as the Eagles fell twice to Minnesota Duluth to open their season.
Lindsay Agnew—who has two seasons of Western Collegiate Hockey Association and NCAA Tournament experience, as well as two years of eligibility remaining—will join the Eagles this coming season.
“Freshman don’t win the Patty Kazmaier Award,” people said. Enter Daryl Watts, a Canadian phenom, who led the country in scoring wire-to-wire and added the prestigious award to a trophy cabinet full of them.
BC women’s hockey head coach Katie Crowley won Olympic Gold back in 1998—20 years later, she watched five of her current and former skaters join her in eternal glory.
With Team U.S.A.’s dramatic overtime victory over Canada on Wednesday night, five current and former BC women’s hockey skaters won Olympic gold, upping the program’s total medal count to 10.
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.