Boston College women’s hockey fell to Wisconsin after a strong first period from the Badgers. BC’s McArthur had a great night in goal, but it wasn’t enough.
The Eagles’ flight to College Station was delayed by over five hours, and then rerouted through Atlanta, forcing BC to cancel a non-conference tilt with Texas A&M.
Nik Popovic scored 18 points on a perfect 9-for-9 shooting, and Wynston Tabbs chipped in with 17 points and five assists as the Eagles pulled away in the second half and beat Minnesota 68-56.
Lindsay Agnew—who has two seasons of Western Collegiate Hockey Association and NCAA Tournament experience, as well as two years of eligibility remaining—will join the Eagles this coming season.
A small-town Minnesota girl learned it’s what she’s doing, not where she is, that matters.
Boston College struggled to generate offensive pressure against Minnesota. It got worse when the Eagles lost Ryan Fitzgerald.
The Eagles will take on Connecticut, Minnesota, and Northeastern during Thanksgiving break. Here’s what you can expect from the three.
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