After losing a plethora of talent, including two Olympians and a trio of elite forwards, head coach Katie Crowley and the Eagles are aiming to overcome lower expectations ahead of the 2019-20 campaign.
A dual-sport athlete her first three years at BC, graduate student Kenzie Kent is now solely focused on the sport of lacrosse, but her goal remains the same: to bring home a national title.
In the latest edition of our weekly roundup, we discuss lacrosse passing a pair of road tests, baseball picking up its first-ever win at Louisville, women’s hockey falling short in the Hockey East Tournament final, and more.
BC’s Kali Flanagan scored with 4.9 seconds left to force overtime, but Northeastern’s Kasidy Anderson had an answer in overtime to hand the Huskies their second straight Hockey East Championship.
Weekly Roundup: Women’s Hockey Moves to Hockey East Semifinals, Baseball Splits Four Games in Kentucky
In the latest edition of our weekly roundup, we take a look at women’s hockey sweeping Connecticut in the Hockey East quarterfinals, baseball splitting four games in Kentucky, and much more.
BC has the seventh-worst penalty kill percentage in the country, and has also converted on just one of its past 25 power play opportunities—both reasons the Eagles have had an inconsistent season.
The Eagles have won the last five regular season titles, but a white-hot Northeastern side and an uncharacteristic season from Katie Crowley’s bunch has BC looking up at the holiday break.
Megan Keller and Kali Flanagan both went in the first round of the five-team draft, while Makenna Newkirk was the third BC player off the board in the second round.
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.