BOSTON COLLEGE DEFEATED BY ST. LAWRENCE, 7-3
The Boston College women's hockey team suffered its first loss at the hands of St. Lawrence by a 7-3 score on Friday, November 12 at Appleton Arena in Canton, N.Y.
The loss drops BC to 7-1-3 while St. Lawrence improves to 4-5-1.
Despite taking 14 shots in the opening frame, St. Lawrence scored four goals in the first before BC could respond. At 18:49 Melissa Bizzari finally broke through on a pass from Katelyn Kurth.
The Saints answered with a fifth goal at 11:50 in the second as Caitlin Walsh sat in the penalty box. Two minutes later, the Eagles got another score on the board when Mary Restuccia netted a shot to bring the score to 5-2.
Blake Bolden narrowed the gap to 5-3 with a goal to open up scoring in the third period at the 3:40 mark. The power play goal was assisted by Mary Restuccia.
St. Lawrence notched goals at 9:12 and 16:37 as BC attempted a comeback, putting the Eagles behind 7-3.
Kiera Kingston made 25 saves in her second start of the season.
The Eagles and the Saints will face off again tomorrow at 2:00 p.m. at Appleton Arena.
Game Notes: Katelyn Kurth scored her first point this season... Mary Restuccia now leads BC in assists with nine...the loss ends BC's undefeated streak, which was the longest current unbeaten streak in the nation.