Boston College women’s hockey netted two goals in the second frame but fell to Providence 3-2.
Boston College women’s hockey put the pressure on the Friars in the third period but couldn’t complete a comeback, losing to Providence 3-2.
Boston College women’s hockey completed a sweep of its season-opening series against UNH with a 4-1 win over the Wildcats on Saturday.
No. 5 BC suffered its first loss of the season as UConn’s Morgan Fisher had 27 saves and Viki Harkness scored twice in a comfortable 5-2 victory for the hosts.
Cayla Barnes scored twice, and while BC nearly squandered a 4-1 third period lead, it hung on to escape New York with a one-goal win over the Orange to move to a perfect 4-0 on the season.
Daryl Watts brought the Eagles within one score early in the third period with her 11th goal of the season, but BC wasn’t able to complete a late comeback and dropped its second straight to the Terriers.
After losing an early two-goal lead, the Eagles rallied and led in the final two minutes before allowing a game-tying goal and falling to the host Huskies in overtime.
Caitrin Lonergan opened the scoring for the Eagles, while Megan Keller added two goals in the second period and Maddy McArthur made 16 saves to preserve the shutout for BC.