CHESTNUT HILL, Mass. – Kelly Browne got three assists while Kelly Pickreign made 32 saves as the Boston College women’s hockey team defeated Holy Cross, 4-1, Friday afternoon at Kelley Rink.
After a scoreless first period, the teams combined for four goals midway through the period. The Eagles took a 3-1 lead in the third period thanks to corson willow, Abby Newhook and Alexie Guayso what Hannah Bilka made it 4-1 midway through the third period. Guay finished with two points on a goal and an assist.
Boston College 4, St. Croix 1
Friday, January 21, 2022 | 2:00 p.m.
Kelley Rink at the Storytelling Forum | Chestnut Hill, Mass.
- Holy Cross had a 33-28 shots lead… the Crusaders went 0 for 4 on the power play while the Eagles were 1 for 3.
- BC is now 10-0-0 in the all-time series with Holy Cross, including a 6-0-0 mark at Kelley Rink…head coach Katie Crowley is 10-0-0 all-time against the Crusaders.
- Kelly Pickreign made 32 saves for her first win of the season… she is now 2-0-0 against the Crusaders.
- Kelly Browne recorded three assists to become the 21st player in program history to reach the 100-point career mark… her three assists marked the 13th career multi-assist game and her 24th career multi-point game.
- Browne helped on Abby Newhook winning goal for his 15th career assist.
- Newhook recorded her fifth game-winning goal of the season… she ranks second in the nation and leads all freshmen with her five game-winning goals.
- Newhook is the first BC rookie to score five game-winning goals in a season since 2016 Haley Skarupa scored five in his 2012-13 rookie season.
- corson willow scored her 15th career goal … the Eagles are now 14-0-0 when she scores.
- Alexie Guay recorded a goal and an assist for his ninth career multi-point game.
- Kiley Erickson recorded his first collegiate point with an assist on the first goal of the game.
- With his goal, Hannah Bilka became the 33rd player in program history to reach 30 career goals.
- Sainte-Croix: 3-19-0, 1-16-0 AET
- Boston College: 11-11-0, 9-8-0 HEA
- Boston College and Holy Cross will close out the regular season series tomorrow with a 6 p.m. game at Hart Center Rink.