The No. 8 Boston University women’s hockey team will be set on revenge when it travels to Chestnut Hill to face Commonwealth Avenue rival Boston College Wednesday at 7 p.m. at Kelley Rink.
After a difficult weekend road trip that saw the Terriers lose by 34 points to the University of Kentucky and fall in an overtime heartbreaker to the University of Massachusetts-Amherst two days later, the Boston University women’s basketball team returns to the much friendlier confines of Case Gymnasium to face the University of Rhode Island in its home- opener Wednesday at 7 p.m.
When you check the hockey box scores on a weekend morning and see a 1-0 final, you may assume the pace of the game was slow and deliberate, with neither side really putting much together. You might picture the fans gazing vacantly at the ice after a period or two passed scoreless, more interested in their french fries or chicken fingers than the action in the rink.
Like most Boston University sports fans, Patrick Chambers went to Agganis Arena Saturday night to cheer on the men’s hockey team.
The No. 8 Boston University women’s hockey team split its weekend series with Providence College, banging out a 5-3 win Saturday but falling in a 6-2 loss on Sunday.