Boston College women’s hockey defeated Holy Cross for the second time in two days Saturday, notching a 4–2 win over the Crusaders.
Cailin Flynn’s goal in the second game was the only time the Eagles scored in a home-and-home series against UConn, during which BC fell to the Huskies twice.
Boston College women’s hockey lost its 3–1 Saturday against Vermont but was able to close it out in overtime with a Kelly Browne goal.
BC women’s hockey dominated for two periods against Vermont Friday, but the Catamounts scored two third period goals to defeat BC 3–2.
Just one day after losing to Penn State 3–2, BC tied the Nittany Lions 2–2 in the teams’ second meeting in Conte Forum in two days.
The Eagles played an energized final 10 minutes during which they scored two goals, but it wasn’t enough to top Penn State.
BC goaltender Abigail Levy registered 22 saves in BC’s 4–0 shutout of Merrimack on Friday.
BC let up just one Merrimack goal in its first game of a home-and-home series against the Warriors.
BC women’s hockey head coach Katie Crowley has seen Title IX evolve throughout her playing and coaching careers. While she honors Title IX, she still sees room for improvement.
From the time he arrived at BC as a player in 1963 to his retirement after 28 years as the men’s hockey head coach in 2022, Jerry York has left a lasting impact on the BC community.