No. 4 WIH Defeats Brown, 3-1
Nov. 27, 2011
Freshman center Alex Carpenter added to the lead 17 seconds into power play that was awarded for goaltender interference at 16:03. Young and junior Dru Burns assisted the goal, as the Eagles went 1-for-3 on opportunities and extend their league-leading power play efficiency to .245 (15-for-62) on the year.
Brown capitalized on a 5-on-4 to cut the deficit to one, 2-1, when junior Alena Polenska' shot went top shelf at 2:28 in the second. The Eagles only allowed four shots on four penalties.
Within six minutes, Young's second goal in as many games provided the final score of the day, 3-1.
Junior goalkeeper Corinne Boyles recorded 15 saves, as Boston College outshot Brown, 37-16.
BC travels to Maine for a weekend tilt beginning on Saturday, Dec. 3 at 7 p.m.