Boston College Rolls Past Harvard, 10-2
Junior forwards Haley Skarupa and Alex Carpenter each tally two goals and four assists for Eagles

Junior forward Alex Carpenter has two goals and four assists for Eagles
Prd Time  Team Score Type Scored By Assists
1st 0:25  BC1-0 EV Kenzie Kent (3)Alex Carpenter/19, Haley Skarupa/16
1st 19:02  HAR1-1 EV Michelle Picard (1)Lyndsey Fry/1, Samantha Reber/5
2nd 3:30  BC2-1 EV Kate Leary (9)Emily Pfalzer/15, Tori Sullivan/6
2nd 4:17  HAR2-2 EV Hillary Crowe (1)Samantha Reber/6, Abigail Frazer/1
2nd 5:38  BC3-2 EV GW Dana Trivigno (5)Emily Pfalzer/16, Tori Sullivan/7
2nd 7:38  BC4-2 EV Kali Flanagan (2)Haley Skarupa/17
2nd 10:18  BC5-2 EV Haley Skarupa (13)Alex Carpenter/20, Kenzie Kent/13
2nd 16:23  BC6-2 PP Haley Skarupa (14)Kate Leary/8, Alex Carpenter/21
2nd 18:36  BC7-2 EV Kenzie Kent (4)Alex Carpenter/22, Haley Skarupa/18
3rd 2:25  BC8-2 EV Dana Trivigno (6)Kate Leary/9, Tori Sullivan/8
3rd 3:41  BC9-2 EV Alex Carpenter (16)Kenzie Kent/14, Haley Skarupa/19
3rd 8:23  BC10-2 EV Alex Carpenter (17)Emily Pfalzer/17, Meghan Grieves/2
Scoring 1st 2nd 3rd Final
Harvard  1102
Boston College  16310
Shots on Goal 1st 2nd 3rd SOG
Harvard  411722
Boston College  12161442
Team Stats and Records  PP PIM SHGF
Harvard (2-2-2)  0/5 4/8 0
Boston College (15-0-1)  1/4 5/10 0
Harvard Goaltending MIN GA 1 2 3 Saves
Emerance Maschmeyer (L, 0-2-2)44:065 118726
Brianna Laing15:545 0246
Boston College Goaltending MIN GA 1 2 3 Saves
Katie Burt (W, 15-0-1)59:562 310720
Empty Net0:040     

Chestnut Hill, Mass. - No. 1 Boston College decimated No. 7 Harvard Friday afternoon, 10-2, in the Eagles' first matchup against a ranked opponent this season. With its ten-goal rout of the Crimson and its 13th consecutive victory, BC matched its longest winning streak in program history.

Boston College came out flying in the first period, with freshman forward Kenzie Kent netting a goal in the first 30 seconds of the game to give the Eagles a 1-0 lead. The Crimson battled back throughout the first stanza and closed out the period with a Michelle Picard goal to even the score at one heading into the first intermission.

The Eagles kept goaltender Emerance Maschmeyer busy in the second frame, their offense exploding for six goals in a fifteen-minute span. Senior forward Kate Leary started the scoring for BC, followed by insurance from junior Dana Trivigno. After Trivigno's game-winning goal, Kali Flanagan,Haley Skarupa, and Kent barraged the Crimson net to put the game out of reach. The flurry of Eagle goals in the middle stanza sent BC to the second intermission with a 7-2 lead.

BC added three goals in the final period, with Trivigno and Carpenter finding the back of the net early in the third. The Eagles secured their 13th straight win by a score of 10-2.

Carpenter-six points on two goals and four assists-and Skarupa-seven points on two goals and five assists-both tallied career highs for points in a single game.

Seven Eagles, including Carpenter and Skarupa, had a multi-point game against No. 7 Harvard (Carpenter, Skarupa, Kent, Leary, Trivigno, Sullivan, Pfalzer).

The win against the Crimson marked BC's third ten-goal game of the season. The Eagles also scored ten goals in wins vs. Syracuse (Oct. 4) and New Hampshire (Nov. 15).

Freshman goaltender Katie Burt recorded 20 saves while Boston College combined 42 shots on goal against two Harvard goaltenders.

"The team played really well. I think this shows that when we play to our capability, we can certainly score a lot of goals.

"Our kids do a great job of supporting each other on the ice. They're moving pucks really well and possessing pucks really well. I think when you put all of that together, you're bound to get some goals. We snuck a couple in on the goalie, and after that, I think things just starting falling into place for us," said head coach Katie Crowley.

The Eagles (15-0-1, 9-0-0) are back in action Dec. 5 as Boston College travels to Orono, Maine for a Hockey East contest against the Black Bears at 5 p.m.