It’s out with the old and in with the new for Boston College women’s hockey this season. While BC’s roster may look different—and younger—than last year, according to BC head coach Katie Crowley, two things have stayed the same for the Eagles: they have energy and they’re ready to go.
Barnes and Bilka’s departures mark the end of an era for Boston College women’s hockey. The duo accounted for 60 of BC’s 220 points last season.
Pyne’s Two-Goal Effort Earns BC OT Win Over UConn, Advances Eagles to Hockey East Tournament Semifinals
Boston College women’s hockey defeated UConn 4–3 in overtime on Saturday, advancing to the Hockey East Tournament semifinals.
Bilka’s Late Score Not Enough for BC to Secure Beanpot Title, No. 15 Eagles Fall to No. 5 Northeastern 2–1
No. 15 Boston College women’s hockey fell to No. 5 Northeastern in the 2023 Women’s Beanpot final in a 2–1 loss.
Boston College women’s hockey recorded its third shutout victory in a row with a 3–0 win over Harvard in the 2023 Women’s Beanpot semifinals. BC netminder Abigail Levy was a brick wall in net all night long.
The Eagles will play Harvard in the opening round of the 2023 Women’s Beanpot. BC looks to win its first Women’s Beanpot since 2018.
Boston College women’s hockey snapped its four-game losing streak behind Grace Campbell’s first career shutout.
After leading Vermont 2–0 with less than half of the second period remaining, the Eagles’ let the Catamounts back into the game, losing 3–2.
Despite Cayla Barnes recording her fifth goal of the season, UConn’s Jada Habisch’s two goals lifted the Huskies past the Eagles 3–1.