The Huskies are unbeaten in their last 11 games, and their only loss this season was to then-No.8 Colgate all the way back on October 12.
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.
Caitrin Lonergan opened the scoring four minutes before the end of the first period, and Olivia Finocchario added her first career goal in the third frame to seal the victory for the Eagles.
Daryl Watts scored twice for the Eagles, but the Friars’ Christina Putigna responded with two goals of her own, including an empty-netter with just over a minute left that ended any chances of a BC comeback.
Last season, the Eagles dropped just five times all year—and one of those losses was to Connecticut in the Hockey East semifinals. BC didn’t leave much doubt in Friday’s rematch.
In their first-ever meeting with Holy Cross, the Eagles recorded four second-period goals and outshot the Crusaders, 56-19, to coast to a decisive victory and extend their six-game win streak.