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Terriers Trek to Worcester Friday to face the Holy Cross

Boston University (9-9-4, 8-6-3 ET) at Holy Cross (3-20-0, 1-17-0 ET)
Date and time: Friday, January 28 – 6 p.m.
Location: Hart Center Rink – Worcester, Mass.
Twitter: @BUGameDay | @TerrierWHockey

The Boston University women’s ice hockey team travels to Worcester on Friday to conclude its regular season series with Holy Cross. The puck drop is scheduled for 6 p.m.


  • BU last played on January 21, losing a heartbreaker to the current North East No.1, 6-3.
  • Senior Courtney Correiasecond Catherine Foulem and senior captain Kaleigh Donnelly everyone lit the lamp.
  • Senior Emma Wuthrichjunior Julia Nearis and second Lacey Martin all recorded one assist each.
  • First year guard Callie Shanahan made a career-high 53 saves for the Terriers, the most by a BU goalkeeper since 2016.
  • Correia has scored at least one point in five of his last six games.
  • Martin has had a point in three of his last four and four of his last six appearances.
  • Foulem has one point in consecutive games.
  • Shanahan made 26 saves in a 3-1 win over Holy Cross on November 12.
  • In four starts against the Crusaders, senior Kate Stuart posted a .910 save percentage and a 1.53 goals-against average.


  • BU is 7-1-0 against the Crusaders, including a 3-1-0 record at the Hart Center.
  • The Terriers have allowed just one goal in six of their eight meetings with the Crusaders, with Holy Cross scoring just two goals in each of the other two games.
  • BU averaged 4.25 goals per game and allowed just 1.25 goals per game against the Crusaders.


  • Holy Cross has lost six straight games to open the second half, including a sweep at the hands of Boston College last weekend.
  • Junior Darci Johal and senior Carlie Magier lead Holy Cross with eight points each.
  • Johal also beat the Crusaders with six goals, including two against the Terriers in the November weekend series.
  • Sophomore Lilly Feeney has handed out six assists this season.
  • Senior Goat keeper Jada Brenon, who didn’t start a game against BU in November, has made 18 appearances this season for Holy Cross.
  • Brenon is 2-15-0 with a 3.68 goals-against average and .898 save percentage.
  • Sophomore Madison Beck, who made both starts against the Terriers this season, has appeared in eight games this year.
  • She is 1-5-0 with a .911 save percentage and a 3.21 goals-against average.


  • The Terriers host Boston College on Sunday, Jan. 30 at 1 p.m., in a game that was postponed from Saturday due to the approach from the northeast.