Four former Boston University women’s hockey players were selected in the Professional Women’s Hockey League (PWHL) draft Monday.
It’s 4:30 a.m., and Brian Durocher snaps open a red flair pen, reaches for a blank notecard and begins to write. Sitting on the couch in his Brookline condo, Durocher jots a note of gratitude to a donor of the Boston University women’s hockey program.
Tara Watchorn is not a new face to Walter Brown Arena, but today she made her first public appearance in the legendary rink under a new title.
The Boston University women’s hockey team announced in a press release Monday morning that Tara Watchorn has been hired as the second head coach in program history. Watchorn will be succeeding coaching legend Brian Durocher, who announced his retirement on February 15.
The Boston University women’s hockey team (11-19-3, 9-15-3 Hockey East) lost 5-4 in a hard-fought battle to Merrimack College (8-24-2, 5-20-2 HE) in the first round of the Hockey East tournament.
The Boston University women’s hockey team (11-19-3, 9-15-3 Hockey East) will host the Merrimack College Warriors (8-24-2, 5-20-2 HE) in the first round of the conference post-season on Wednesday night.
Friday night’s home game for the Boston University women’s hockey team not only celebrated the accomplishments of this year’s senior class prior to the final regular season game of their collegiate careers, but also the accomplishments of Coach Brian Durocher.
The Terriers (11-17-3, 9-13-3 Hockey East) put up a solid effort on senior night against fifth-ranked Northeastern (29-2-1, 23-2-1 HE), but the stronger team prevailed.
The Boston University women’s hockey team (11-17-3, 9-13-3 Hockey East) will close out their regular season with a home and home series against the No.5 Northeastern University Huskies (28-2-1, 22-2-1 HE) this weekend.
After 18 years behind the bench, women’s ice hockey head coach Brian Durocher will be retiring at the conclusion of the 2022-2023 season.