Shorthanded Terriers fall to No. 3 Huskies

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.

Women’s Hockey set to face Maine on home ice

By Mark Fraenkel After Covid protocols postponed the Battle of Comm Ave last weekend, the Boston University women’s hockey team (9-7-4, 8-4-3 Hockey East) is set to host the University of Maine Black Bears (8-13-1, 6-8-1 HE) for two games at Walter Brown Arena this weekend.  The Black Bears travel to Boston on short rest, … Read more Women’s Hockey set to face Maine on home ice

Women’s Hockey sweeps Merrimack at Walter Brown

The Boston University women’s hockey team (9-5-3, 8-4-3 Hockey East) hosted the Merrimack College Warriors (5-14-1, 4-10-1 HE) at Walter Brown Arena this afternoon where they completed the weekend sweep with a 4-1 victory. Coming off an overtime win on Friday, the Terriers raised their level of play and put together a shutdown game.

Women’s Hockey comes out on top in Battle of Comm Ave

The Battle of Comm Ave was reignited for the first time this season at Walter Brown Arena with a matinee matchup against the Boston College Eagles (8-5, 6-4 Hockey East). The Boston University women’s hockey team (7-5-3, 6-4-3 HE) came out on top with a 5-4 victory, and defended home ice with pride.

Women’s Hockey swept for first time this season

The Boston University women’s hockey team (5-3-3) hit home ice this afternoon for a matinee game against the University of Connecticut Huskies (10-1-0) where they lost 1-0, getting swept for the first time this season. Following their 2-1 loss in Storrs on Friday, the Terriers had some jump in their response, but ultimately, it wasn’t … Read more Women’s Hockey swept for first time this season

Women’s Hockey to face UVM and No.9 Providence

Returning from a long weekend on the road, the Boston University Women’s hockey team will again face two different opponents at home against the University of Vermont Catamounts (4-2, 2-0 Hockey East) and on the road against the No. 9 Providence College Friars (3-1-2, 2-0 Hockey East). First facing the Catamounts, the Terriers will play … Read more Women’s Hockey to face UVM and No.9 Providence

Women’s Hockey with huge win over No. 2 Northeastern

The Boston University women’s hockey team (3-0) hosted the No. 2 ranked Northeastern Huskies (2-1) tonight at Walter Brown Arena where they came away with an exhilarating 2-1 victory. In their second weekend of the regular season, BU proved that they’re here to compete.  “It was a real good team win. The kids fought and … Read more Women’s Hockey with huge win over No. 2 Northeastern

Women’s Hockey Takes Win over Holy Cross in Exhibition Game

The Boston University women’s hockey team was back in action this afternoon at Walter Brown Arena for an exhibition game against the Holy Cross Crusaders. The group collected a 2-0 win and displayed a new physicality and offensive drive that seems promising as the regular season approaches.

Women’s season cut short as Providence College eliminates BU in quarterfinals

The No. 6 seed Boston University women’s hockey team (6-6) was hosted at Schneider Arena for the Hockey East quarterfinals against the No. 3 seed Providence College Friars (11-6-1). The Terrier’s season was cut short as the Friars came out with a 4-3 victory in the single elimination game in the first meeting the two teams have had in 414 days.

Compher leads Women’s Hockey to 3-2 comeback victory in final seconds against No. 6 Boston College

CHESTNUT HILL, Mass. — The Boston University women’s ice hockey team (6-4) played spoiler for the Boston College Eagles (13-4) on their Senior Day in Conte Forum, as the Terriers stormed back from a 2-0 deficit to win the latest installment of the Battle of Commonwealth Avenue 3-2. Senior co-captain Jesse Compher tallied three points … Read more Compher leads Women’s Hockey to 3-2 comeback victory in final seconds against No. 6 Boston College