Sam Coffey notched a pair of goals, one in each half, leading the Eagles past their former Big East Rivals en route to the program’s first 4-0 start since 2009.
Winning her sixth-consecutive start, Jessica Dreswick pitched a two-hit complete game, and the Eagles made the most of a couple of timely two-baggers and Husky errors to stretch their win streak to 12.
BC got on the board first, but from that point forward, Connecticut took over. The Huskies rattled off three-straight goals, en route a decisive two-score victory and a trip to the Hockey East Championship.
The Huskies scored twice in the span of 28 seconds, less than seven minutes into the first period and never looked back, besting the Eagles for the first time in four years.
The Eagles overcame a slow start and steadily wore the Huskies down with the run game, resulting in a 39-16 victory and a bowl game for BC.
The Eagles enter Saturday’s matchup without starting quarterback Anthony Brown and needing a win to secure bowl eligibility.