Following a split to start the season, the Boston University women’s hockey team (1-1-0, 0-0-0 HE) will head up to Durham for a home and home with the University of New Hampshire Wildcats (1-4-0, 0-2-0 HE). The Wildcats are coming into the series with more games under their belt, but […]
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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 (1-0-0, 0-0-0 Hockey East) opened their season at Walter Brown Arena tonight with a 4-0 win against the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institution Engineers (0-3-0, 0-0-0 ECAC). The freshman class headlined the scoresheet in their first showing in scarlett and white.
After a two-week-long break in action following their 5-1 victory over Université de Moncton in the Sept. 23 exhibition matchup, the Boston University women’s ice hockey team will officially open their season.
In the weeks leading up to opening night, The Boston Hockey Blog got to sit down with Nadia Mattivi and Domenick Fensore –– the captains of the women’s and men’s hockey teams –– to discuss goals for the season, leadership styles and their journey to Comm. Ave. The complete interviews can be listened to on “Terrier Hockey Talk,” wherever you get your podcasts.
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.
The Boston University Terriers (10-13-5, 10-8-4 Hockey East) headed north to Burlington, Vermont this weekend for a two-game series against the University of Vermont Catamounts (20-10-2, 17-7-1 HE) and came away with a split.
After falling to Harvard in the first round of the Beanpot last Tuesday, the Boston University women’s hockey team (10-12-5, 9-7-4 Hockey East) lost to the Northeastern University Huskies (23-4-1, 17-3-1 HE) by a score of 3-0 tonight at Matthews Arena.
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.
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.