The Boston University women’s hockey team concluded Beanpot play with a 1-1 tie against Boston College in the consolation game on Tuesday night.
The Boston University women’s hockey team will face Boston College in the Beanpot consolation game Tuesday night at 5 p.m in what could be a bit of a disappointment after the excitement of the Terriers’ first-round matchup.
Great goaltending from sophomore Kieran Millan and a furious third-period comeback weren’t enough to overcome a dismal second period and questionable officiating last night when the Boston University men’s hockey team fell to No. 10 Boston College, 4-3, in the Beanpot championship game.
Ever since Boston University men’s hockey coach Jack Parker took over at BU 38 years ago, seemingly every Beanpot bounce up for grabs had gone the Terriers’ way &-&- at least if you ask those who have stood in the stands and watched BU Terriers roll to 21 Beanpots under Parker’s patrol.
The Boston University women’s hockey team opened its 2010 schedule with a 4-1 win over Yale University on Friday and a 5-5 tie with Brown University on Sunday.
Senior forward Melissa Anderson took over this weekend, tallying six points in two games. On Friday against Yale (4-10-3), Anderson opened the scoring for BU (8-6-8) on its first power play of the game, converting on a feed from her linemate, senior Laurel Koller. Koller had a career-high three assists in the game.