The Eagles crushed the Warriors in the first collegiate meeting between the two programs, setting Katie Crowley’s squad up for a date with the Harvard Crimson.
Katie Crowley earned her 200th career victory as a head coach and forward Haley Skarupa notched her 200th point in a 7-2 win over the Orange.
Tori Sullivan’s two goals lifted the Eagles over the Huskies.
Boston College survived its first dogfight of the season in the second game of a back-to-back against Boston University. Alex Carpenter netted the game-winner in overtime.
BC scored eight goals en route to a crushing defeat of the Boston University Terriers. Freshman Makenna Newkirk scored a hat trick, the first of her young career, in the victory.
Alex Carpenter scored her 200th career point in a dominant showing against St. Lawrence University. The Eagles won 7-3.
Last year, BC women’s hockey was the No. 1 team in the country, but faltered in its three most important games. In 2015, the Eagles are out to capture the championship that has escaped them for 21 years.
The Eagles began a new winning streak with a convincing win over Minnesota-Duluth on Friday night.