Despite taking a decisive first period lead, BC let the host Wildcats back into it and eventually needed a late third period goal to salvage a point.
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.
Delaney Belinskas and Daryl Watts both scored in the opening period for BC, who continued its historical dominance of the Catamounts.
Daryl Watts and Lindsay Agnew both found the net for the Eagles, but BC simply couldn’t overcome seven different penalties and dropped a tough 3-2 decision to New Hampshire Saturday.
After a back-and-forth start, the Eagles asserted their position on top of the Hockey East table with a convincing win over an upstart Maine team that was picked to finish third in the conference.
Lindsay Agnew scored her second goal in a BC uniform, and it was a big one—the junior transfer from Minnesota scored a minute into overtime to lift the Eagles past visiting Saint Lawrence.
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.
Not only did Katie Burt become the all-time winningest goaltender in NCAA history, but the Eagles also locked up the conference’s regular-season crown, capping off the weekend series sweep in Providence.
BC’s Katie Burt tied the NCAA record set by Minnesota’s Noora Räty for career wins (114) as the Eagles used a big third period to down Providence on Friday night.