Boston College Claims WHEA Regular Season Title With 3-0 Win At Vermont
Eagles Earn Third Straight League Regular Season Crown; BC Sophomore Katie Burt makes 16 saves to post 12th shutout of season

Sophomore goaltender Katie Burt made 16 saves for the Eagles
Prd Time  Team Score Type Scored By Assists
1st 6:35  BC1-0 EV GW Andie Anastos (11)Kaliya Johnson/11, Makenna Newkirk/21
2nd 14:47  BC2-0 EV Meghan Grieves (9)Kristyn Capizzano/21, Tori Sullivan/14
3rd 0:39  BC3-0 EV Kenzie Kent (12)Alex Carpenter/35, Haley Skarupa/34
Scoring 1st 2nd 3rd Final
Boston College  1113
Vermont  0000
Shots on Goal 1st 2nd 3rd SOG
Boston College  1816842
Vermont  43916
Team Stats and Records  PP PIM SHGF
Boston College (32-0-0)  0/1 2/4 0
Vermont (8-22-2)  0/2 1/2 0
Boston College Goaltending MIN GA 1 2 3 Saves
Katie Burt (W, 27-0-0)60:000 43916
Vermont Goaltending MIN GA 1 2 3 Saves
Madison Litchfield (L, 5-13-2)60:003 1715739

BURLINGTON, Vt. - The No. 1 Boston College women's hockey team scored one goal in each period to earn a 3-0 road win over Vermont on Sunday afternoon. With the victory, the Eagles also claimed the 2015-16 Hockey East regular-season championship outright, marking the third straight season BC won the league's regular-season title.

Andie Anastos scored in the first period, while Meghan Grieves added a second-period goal. Kenzie Kent tacked on a third goal in the third period for the final scoring line.

Katie Burt recorded her 12th shutout of the season and the 22nd of her career, both setting new program records. It was the Eagles' 13th shutout of the season, also a new program record.

Boston College (32-0-0, 22-0-0 HEA) has two regular-season games left.

#1 Boston College 3, Vermont 0
Sunday, February 14, 2016
Gutterson Fieldhouse, Burlington, Vt.


- BC benefited from three different goal scorers to take the road win

- The victory secured the 2015-16 Hockey East regular-season title, the team's third-straight regular-season title

- The Eagles set a new program record with their 13th shutout of the season

- Katie Burt recorded her 12th shutout this season, a new program record. It was also her 22nd career shutout, establishing a new BC career record

- Alex Carpenter moved into the national lead in scoring with her third-period assist


Boston College head coach Katie Crowley
"I'm really proud of our team. To win a Hockey East regular-season championship is a great moment for us. I'm really proud of how they've handled themselves this season and how we keep getting better and better. Today, in particular, it didn't necessarily show on the scoreboard, but I thought we played a great puck-possession game. Everyone got involved. We had some real nice plays that our players made, and I was happy with the game."


1st, 6:35 // 1-0 - BC GOAL: Dana Trivigno won the draw to Makenna Newkirk, and she played back to Kaliya Johnson at the point. Johnson sent a shot in, which Andie Anastos tipped past Madison Litchfield in the slow slot for the Eagles' 1-0 lead.

2nd, 14:47 // 2-0 - BC GOAL: The third line's forecheck kept the puck in the zone and after UVM tried to clear, the puck hit off Tori Sullivan's skate leaving Kristyn Capizzano and Meghan Grieves centrally with the play. Capizzano crossed and laid the puck off to Grieves, who curled and wristed a high shot past Litchfield for the two-goal lead.

3rd, 00:39 // 3-0 - BC GOAL: Skarupa battled deep and sent Carpenter back behind the goal with the puck. Carpenter created space and then fed a short pass in front to Kenzie Kent on the doorstep, and her hard-angle shot found space past Litchfield to push the score to 3-0.


Team Notes

- The Eagles won the 2015-16 Hockey East regular-season title outright with today's win ... they claimed at least a share of it on Friday with their win over No. 6 Northeaster, but today's win ensured it was the Eagles' alone

- BC remained perfect on the season with the win, and is now 32-0-0 on the year

- The Eagles are now 15-0-0 on the road this season ... BC has out-scored its hosts 72-15 on the season, and has recorded seven shutouts in away games

Player Notes

- Andie Anastos' first-period goal was her 11th of the season ... it was her first goal in seven games, her last coming on Jan. 22 - against Vermont in a 6-2 win at Kelley Rink.

- Meghan Grieves' second-period goal was her ninth goal of the season, marking a new single-season best for the season ... she passed her junior-year total of eight and now has 20 career goals

- Kenzie Kent's third-period goal was her 12th goal of the season and her third in as many games ... she now has 33 points on the season

- Katie Burt made 16 saves to record her 12th shutout of the season, extending her own program single-season record

- Burt's shutout was also her 22nd career shutout, a new program career record ... she entered the game holding a share of the career lead with Molly Schaus '11

- Kaliya Johnson's assist on Anastos' first-period goal was her 11th assist of the season, matching her previous single-season high which she set in 2013-14 as a sophomore.

- Makenna Newkirk's assist on Andie Anastos' goal extended her point streak to eight games, the longest of her brief collegiate career ... in that span, she has collected 15 points

- Kristyn Capizzano's assist on Grieves' second-period goal was her 75th career point ... she is now just the 25th Eagle to reach the 75-point mark in her career ... she now has 28 career goals and 47 career assists.

- Alex Carpenter's assist on Kenzie Kent's third-period goal was her 35th assist on the season and moved her into the lead in the national scoring race with 72 points

- Haley Skarupa's assist was her 34th of the season and moved her season scoring total to 60 points

- Dana Trivigno saw her seven-game point streak snapped when she was held off the scoreboard today


Boston College: 32-0-0, 22-0-0 HEA
Vermont: 8-22-2, 6-14-2 HEA


The Eagles will close out the regular season next weekend with a home-and-home series with Providence. BC will host the first game on Friday, Feb. 19. The Senior Day face-off is set for 4 p.m. and the Eagles' six seniors will be honored in a pregame ceremony. The teams will wrap up the slate on Saturday at PC's Schneider Arena at 1 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 20.-