Freshman Caitrin Lonergan had a goal and three assists as the Eagles blew out New Hampshire on the road, 5-1.
Boston College men’s hockey defeated New Hampshire 5-3 on Tuesday night, but the Eagles’ chances were almost killed by a flurry of penalties in the third period.
The Eagles nearly blew a 3-0 lead, but J.D. Dudek’s late goal from between the circles lifted them to their ninth straight game without a loss.
A last-second goal by Maine’s Teresa Vasinova ended the Eagles’ 52-game unbeaten streak in-conference.
The trip is being paid for by NARAL Pro-Choice America, a 501(c) organization that fights restrictions on abortion.