BC had a 1-0 lead after one period and ultimately outshot Harvard, 53-26, but allowed four unanswered goals to head to the consolation game.
In the first edition of our weekly round-up, we take a look at big wins for men’s basketball and women’s hockey, as well as a heartbreaking loss for women’s basketball.
Megan Keller and Makenna Newkirk both recorded their 100th assists at BC, Kelley Browne scored twice, and the outcome was never in doubt against the Crusaders.
Behind goals from four different players, BC rallied for two unanswered goals after giving up an early two-goal lead to knock off its Comm. Ave rival—who it hasn’t lost to since Nov. 5, 2016.
Delaney Belinskas has always played multiple sports, and nothing has changed—she’s playing key roles with women’s hockey and softball at BC.
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.
BC worked its way back to .500 during an abbreviated two-game series with Syracuse this weekend, outscoring the Orange, 16-4, en route to its fifth- and sixth-straight victories.
After failing to materialize any sort of offense in the first period and a half of play, the Eagles erupted for three goals in the second frame, erasing a two-goal deficit, en route to a comeback win.