From the Freep: Wakefield wakes up Terriers, becomes first HE player to score 100 career goals

By Meredith Perri/DFP Staff

CHESTNUT HILL – Halfway through the first period of the No. 5 Boston University women’s hockey team’s game against No. 6 Boston College, neither team had scored.

After a tough weekend where the Terriers fell to No. 1 University of Wisconsin and only scored one goal in two contests, the game against BC symbolized more than just a win against a rival: it meant getting back on track and kicking off the Hockey East competition on a solid note.

“It is obviously very important [to start off well],” said BU coach Brian Durocher. “This is a team that at the beginning of the season was picked right up there near the top with us.”

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  1. Congratulations to Freep on getting 100 goals. That’s a mile stone to be proud of.