Both Caitrin Lonergan and Kenzie Kent scored twice, and for the third-consecutive game, BC recorded five or more goals, more than enough to cap off its weekend sweep of New Hampshire.
Daryl Watts and Makenna Newkirk each recorded five points, as the Eagles blanked New Hampshire, logging their second shutout of the season and their first since mid-November.
After being outscored 21-6 in the second quarter, the Eagles recovered in the latter portion of play, forcing overtime and, ultimately, outlasting UNH.
Non-conference play has been very up-and-down for women’s basketball. The Eagles look to bounce back from a loss to Seton Hall on Sunday when they take on America East foe New Hampshire.
Captain Michael Kim scored two goals and Joseph Woll overcame early struggles with a stellar save to help the Eagles overtake New Hampshire on the road.
After a six year hiatus, Courtney Sheary will return to the Hockey East. Once an established defenseman for New Hampshire, Sheary will now take over as an assistant for BC.
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Freshman Delaney Belinskas loves to score in spurts, notching another hat trick against New Hampshire on Saturday.