Northeastern senior Kendall Coyne beat out Megan Keller, Haley Skarupa, and Alex Carpenter to win the prestigious Patty Kazmaier Award this weekend.
BC women’s hockey will advance to the sixth Frozen Four in program history after a convincing 5-1 victory over Kendall Coyne and Northeastern.
BC women’s hockey’s Alex Carpenter, Haley Skarupa, Dana Trivigno, and Megan Keller will represent the U.S. at the IIHF World Championships next month.
Makenna Newkirk’s dad didn’t even know people played hockey in the Southwest. BC women’s hockey is thankful she convinced him that it’s the sport for her.
Goals in the first and third periods and an excellent second period performance from goaltender Katie Burt secured a Beanpot 2016 title for women’s hockey.
In its first game since a powerful Beanpot victory over Harvard, BC women’s hockey hung on to a 5-4 lead to defeat the University of Connecticut.
Defensiveman Megan Keller netted two goals and an assist to support Katie Burt’s 10th shutout of the season, as BC blew past Harvard 8-0 to advance to the Beanpot finals.
BC will seek its sixth Beanpot title next Tuesday after a dominant 8-0 victory against Harvard in the semifinal.
BC earned its 26th straight victory with a 6-1 drubbing of Vermont. Alex Carpenter became the eighth NCAA player to record 250 career points.