The Boston University women’s hockey team (10-11-4, 9-7-4 Hockey East) met up with their cross-town rivals, the Boston College Eagles (17-11, 14-8 HE) for the second time this season. The Eagles took the contest 3-0.
Following a tough loss to Harvard in the Beanpot semifinal on Tuesday afternoon, the Boston University women’s ice hockey team (10-10-5, 9-6-4 HE) bounced back with a 2-1 shootout win in Hockey East action against the No. 10 University of Connecticut Huskies (20-6-3, 14-5-3 HE) at Walter Brown Arena.
After a 4-1 loss to Harvard in the first round of the Beanpot on Tuesday, the Boston University women’s hockey team (10-10-4, 9–6-3 Hockey East) is set to host the University of Connecticut Huskies (20-6-2, 14-5-2 HE) tonight at Walter Brown Arena.
The Boston University women’s ice hockey team (10-10-4, 9-6-3 HE) opened up Beanpot action this afternoon in the semi-final matchup with the no. 6 Harvard University Crimson (16-5, 12-3 ECAC) at Matthews Arena. Though a hard-fought effort, the Terriers were unable to play a solid 60 minutes of hockey and let the game slip away from them in the third period.
The time has finally come––it’s Beanpot week! The Boston University women’s hockey team (10-9-4, 9-6-3 HE) will face the No. 6 Harvard University Crimson (15-5, 12-3 ECAC) tomorrow evening at Matthews Arena for the preliminary round of the long-awaited tournament.
The Boston University women’s hockey team (10-9-4, 9-6-3 Hockey East) was in Worcester last night to face off against the Holy Cross Crusaders (3-21, 1-18 HE) for the third time this season. The Terriers earned their first regulation win of 2022 with a 4-3 feat.
After a tough loss to Northeastern last Friday, the Boston University women’s hockey team (9-9-4, 8-6-3 Hockey East) play Holy Cross (3-20, 1-17 HE) on the road and hosts rival Boston College (13-11, 11-8 HE) this weekend. The BC game originally scheduled for Saturday will happen on Sunday afternoon due to the snow storm
By Gillian McMahon The Boston University women’s ice hockey team (9-9-4, 8-6-3 HE) took on the No. 3 ranked Northeastern Huskies (21-2-1, 16-2-1 HE) at Matthews Arena this afternoon, which despite a strong effort, resulted in a 6-3 Terriers loss. After some COVID-19 related scheduling issues, the Terriers home and […]
By Mark Fraenkel After the cancellation of the Maine series and playing Northeastern on short notice, the Boston University women’s hockey team (9-8-4, 8-5-3 Hockey East) is set to travel to Matthews Arena to face Northeastern (20-2-1, 15-2-1 HE) Friday afternoon. Northeastern’s Chloe Aurard opened up the scoring in the […]
The Boston University women’s hockey team (9-8-4, 8-5-3 HE) returned to gameplay action for the first time since January 2nd today to take on the number three nationally ranked Northeastern Huskies (19-2-1, 14-2-1 HE) where they lost 1-3.