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.
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The Terriers strung together an impressive and hard-fought win over the Harvard Crimson (7-17-3, 6-11-3 ECAC), scoring more goals tonight than they had combined goals since Jan. 27.
The Boston University Women’s Hockey Team (10-16-3, 9-13-3 Hockey East), riding a seven-game point streak, looked to carry their momentum against one of the toughest opponents in all of college hockey.
By Mitch Fink Madison Cardaci has made a career of driving hard to the net and generating scoring chances. On Friday night, the Boston University junior forward was rewarded with her first career hat-trick. Cardaci’s offensive eruption paced the BU women’s hockey team (8-15-2, 7-12-2 Hockey East) in a 4-1 […]
The Boston University women’s hockey team (8-15-2, 7-12-2 Hockey East) concluded their New England road trip with a game against the University of New Hampshire Wildcats (9-18-0, 7-13-0 HE) at the Whittemore center this afternoon where they won 3-1.
The Boston University Women’s Hockey Team (7-15-0, 6-12-0 HE) looked to rebound following disappointing losses at Fenway Park and Matthews Arena. The Scarlet and White took on the Holy Cross Crusaders (4-18-1, 3-14-0 HE) for the third time in four games, spanning over a month.
The great outdoors welcomed the Boston University women’s hockey team (7-13-0, 6-10-0 Hockey East) Friday evening as they took the field against the Holy Cross Crusaders (3-18-1, 2-14-0 HE) at Fenway Park. The Crusaders got back in the win column for the first time since Oct. 8, defeating the Terriers 3-2 on the biggest stage of the regular season.
The Boston University women’s hockey team (1-1-0, 0-0-0 HE) had a quick turnaround this afternoon for a 4:00pm matchup against Union College Dutchwomen (3-3-0, 0-0-0 ECACH).
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.
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.