Official Site of the Boston College Eagles

Women's Ice Hockey


No. 8 WIH Looks to Sweep Home-and-Home Against No. 3 Boston University

Carpenter recorded the first five point game for the Eagles since 2002.

Carpenter recorded the first five point game for the Eagles since 2002.

Nov. 2, 2012

BC Game Notes - 11-3 Get Acrobat Reader

Chestnut Hill, Mass. – The No. 8 women’s hockey team (3-3-0, 2-2-0 WHEA) looks to sweep a home-and-home set against the No. 3 Boston University Terriers (7-2-0, 3-1-0 WHEA) on Saturday afternoon at Kelley Rink.  The Eagles are coming off a 7-1 victory over the Terriers on Wednesday, which proved to be a night of milestones for BC.

The Last Meeting
Boston College7
Boston University1
October 31, 2012
Boston, Mass.
No. 8 WIH Defeats No. 3 Boston University, 7-1
The No. 8 Boston College women's ice hockey team (3-3-0, 2-2-0 Hockey East) exploded for seven goals, their most since 2007, en route to a 7-1 win over No. 3 Boston University (7-2-0, 3-1-0- WHEA) Wednesday night.

Alex Carpenter recorded his first career hat trick and a total of five points which was the most points in a game from an Eagle since Alaina Clark’s five assists against Quinnipiac on 2/2/02.  Blake Bolden’s four assists matched Kelli Stack’s four assists from 2/20/09 against Providence.  Junior Forward Taylor Wasylk recorded her 30th goal and 50th point of her career and the Eagles seven goals were the most they have scored in a game since their seven against Vermont on 1/12/07.

The Eagles and Terriers have split their first two meetings of the season and Saturday’s matchup will be the final time these teams will meet barring Beanpot and post-season competition.

Goaltender Megan Miller recorded her first career victory as she turned aside 32 of 33 Boston University shots.

The Terriers lone goal on Wednesday came from Marie-Philip Poulin, whom extended her point streak to nine games in the loss.

The Eagles will play host to Providence on Wednesday before heading out on a two game road trip to Dartmouth and Northeastern.

Notes: Boston College leads the all-time series 24-14-3 … the road team has won 13 of the last 16 games between the teams … Carpenter now has nine points in her last four games (5g, 4a) … Blake Bolden is a team best +8 with a team high of six assists … BC’s 3.67 goals for per game is good for first in the Hockey East.

Shop Now! at the Official Online Store