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.
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.
For the first time since the 2013-14 season, BC has lost seven games under head coach Katie Crowley—and its just entering the winter break with a plethora of games ahead of it.
The Eagles had a two-goal lead twice against their rivals earlier this season, but never felt comfortable in a narrow win over a Terriers team that has the tendency to make things difficult.
Caitrin Lonergan opened the scoring four minutes before the end of the first period, and Olivia Finocchario added her first career goal in the third frame to seal the victory for the Eagles.
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.
In their first-ever meeting with Holy Cross, the Eagles recorded four second-period goals and outshot the Crusaders, 56-19, to coast to a decisive victory and extend their six-game win streak.
For the 21st time in a row, BC knocked off Hockey East foe Vermont, running its all-time record against its New England neighbors to a remarkable 45-3-3.