Marie-Philip Poulin has been a force to be reckoned with since lacing up her hockey skates for the first time at five years old. The Beauceville, Quebec native made a prominent mark in Terrier history while playing for the Boston University women’s hockey team from 2010 to 2015. She has also exhibited her first-class talent at every level of the sport since leaving Commonwealth Avenue, taking significant strides in the effort to grow the women’s game.
One of the most prominent newcomers to the Boston University women’s ice hockey team for the 2022-2023 season is freshman defender Brooke Disher. The Fort St. John, British Columbia, Canada native comes to Commonwealth Ave with an impressive hockey background.
The Boston University women’s hockey team was victorious in the 5-1 feat against the Université de Moncton Super Blue in their exhibition game last night at Walter Brown Arena. While the game doesn’t officially count on record, the Terriers were able to work on some systems and show improvement from last year –– especially offensively.
The Boston University women’s hockey team began the season with a weekend sweep of the University of New Hampshire, but that would be one of their only two sweeps all season. After initial strong weekends against Northeastern, UNH, and Merrimack, the team struggled to stay consistent and productive for a majority of the year.
The Boston University women’s hockey team (12-15-6, 11-10-5 Hockey East) was in Storrs yesterday afternoon to take on the University of Connecticut Huskies (23-8-4, 16-7-4 HE) in the Hockey East Quarterfinals. The Terriers’ season ended after falling 3-1.
After a challenging second half of the season, the Boston University women’s ice hockey team (12-14-6, 11-9-5 Hockey East) is set to travel to Storrs, Connecticut on Saturday to face the University of Connecticut Huskies (22-8-4, 16-7-4 HE) in the first round of the Hockey East playoffs.
The Boston University women’s hockey team (12-14-6, 11-9-5 Hockey East) took the ice for their last regular-season matchup against the Providence College Friars (15-13-6, 12-12-3 HE) this evening at Walter Brown Arena. On the Terriers’ senior night they fell 2-1 in a hard-fought overtime game.
The Boston University women’s hockey team (12-13-6, 11-8-5 Hockey East) took on the Providence Friars (14-13-6, 11-12-3 HE) in their final regular-season series of the year. Friday night at Schneider Arena in Providence, the Friars won the contest in the shootout, 2-1.
After sophomore forward Lacey Martin lit the lamp to give the Boston University women’s hockey team (12-13-5, 11-8-4 Hockey East) the overtime win over the University of Maine, BU is set to play the Providence College Friars (14-13-5, 11-12-2 HE) in a home and home series.
With just Maine goaltender Jorden Mattison standing between the Terriers and a victory, sophomore forward Lacey Martin squared to shoot. Martin found the back of the net and the Boston University women’s hockey team (12-13-5, 11-8-4 HE) defeated the University of Maine Blackbears (12-18-1, 10-13-1 HE) 3-2 in overtime.