Caitrin Lonergan recorded her third hat trick of the season in the win over the Huskies, surpassing her teammate, Daryl Watts, for the nation lead in goals scored.
Caitrin Lonergan and Makenna Newkirk both chipped in a pair of goals on Wednesday, but they weren’t the only ones doing the dirty work against the Crimson—four other Eagles also scored in the blowout victory.
Even though the Eagles outshot St. Lawrence, 28-13, it took them all of 43 minutes to get on the board. Unfortunately for BC, one goal wasn’t enough to win the game, let alone force overtime.
Behind the sharp play of Caitrin Lonergan and a revitalized defense, BC women’s hockey took down Minnesota Duluth in the season’s opening game.
Providence limited the Eagles’ nation-leading power-play attack to just one special teams goal. Meanwhile, on the offensive end, the Friars lit the lamp four times, capturing a 4-1 victory over their New England rival.
The Eagles exploded for six goals and Katie Burt had a near-shutout in BC’s statement win over Dartmouth on Wednesday night.
Freshman Delaney Belinskas loves to score in spurts, notching another hat trick against New Hampshire on Saturday.
The Eagles toppled their crosstown rivals with a big third period, thanks to two goals from Delaney Belinskas.
Delaney Belinskas became the first Boston College women’s hockey freshman in over 20 years to have four goals in a game as the Eagles defeated Maine, 5-1.