Despite leading shots on goal, holding a lead for nearly half the game and stellar play from their netminder graduate Alexa Matses, the Terriers lost 2-1 against Northeastern.
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The Terriers will open the weekend with the coveted crosstown matchup against Northeastern on Friday at before taking on the Providence on Saturday.
It was a mixed weekend for the Boston University women’s hockey team in Music City for the Smashville Showcase, as the Terriers split their tournament games.
The Boston University women’s hockey team is headed south for Thanksgiving to participate in the Smashville Showcase. The round-robin tournament also features Robert Morris University and Minnesota State University.
The Boston University women’s hockey team fell 5-3 to the Boston College Eagles in Friday’s morning matchup, with the Terriers’ rival finding two goals to overcome a 3-3 tie late in third.
Friday, the Terriers will play this season’s first Battle of Comm Ave against the Eagles at Conte Forum. On Saturday, the team travels to Providence to take on another conference opponent in the Friars.
Facing a Harvard team that had yet to win a game this season, the Boston University women’s hockey team struggled to find its game. The Terriers fell into an early hole and couldn’t dig out of it.
The Terriers dropped the first game at home 4-2 before making a statement on Saturday, defeating the Wildcats 5-3 on the road.
The Boston University women’s ice hockey team (4-2-1, 3-2-0 Hockey East) will play a two-game home and home series this weekend against the University of New Hampshire Wildcats (5-6-1, 3-4-1 HE).
In Saturday afternoon’s 4-3 overtime win against Merrimack College, BU added a fifth game to its unbeaten streak.