Boston University Downed By Harvard, 5-3, In Beanpot Consolation
Junior forward Maddie Elia posts two goals and assist for Terriers

Junior forward Maddie Elia had two goals and an assist for the Terriers
Prd Time  Team Score Type Scored By Assists
1st 1:14  BU1-0 EV Maddie Elia (12) -
1st 4:12  BU2-0 EV Maddie Elia (13)Rebecca Leslie/31, Rebecca Russo/18
1st 4:37  HAR1-2 EV Miye D'Oench (12)Karly Heffernan/10, Sydney Daniels/8
1st 7:33  BU3-1 PP Sammy Davis (13)Maddie Elia/9, Lillian Ribeirinha-Braga/11
2nd 12:54  HAR2-3 EV Briana Mastel (3)Kate Hallett/1, Bradley Fusco/1
3rd 13:48  HAR3-3 EV Sydney Daniels (12)Karly Heffernan/11, Miye D'Oench/17
3rd 19:02.0 HAR4-3 EV GW Sydney Daniels (13)Miye D'Oench/18, Karly Heffernan/12
3rd 19:59.9 HAR5-3 EV EN Miye D'Oench (13) -
Scoring 1st 2nd 3rd Final
Harvard  1135
Boston University  3003
Shots on Goal 1st 2nd 3rd SOG
Harvard  6141131
Boston University  108927
Team Stats and Records  PP PIM SHGF
Harvard (14-9-2)  0/4 4/8 0
Boston University (17-11-2)  1/4 4/8 0
Harvard Goaltending MIN GA 1 2 3 Saves
Emerance Maschmeyer (W, 10-9-0)60:003 78924
Boston University Goaltending MIN GA 1 2 3 Saves
Victoria Hanson (L, 6-6-0)59:424 513826
Empty Net0:181     

BOSTON - Junior Maddie Elia notched two goals and an assist, but the Boston University women's ice hockey team suffered a 5-3 setback to Harvard in the 38th Women's Beanpot consolation game on Tuesday night at Walter Brown Arena.

BU (17-11-2) took a 3-1 advantage into the second period, but Harvard (14-9-2) scored the final four goals of the contest, including the game-winner with 58 seconds on the clock, to secure third place.

Elia recorded three points in a game for the third time this season, opening the scoring just 1:14 into the proceedings and then lighting the lamp less than three minutes later to stake the Terriers to a 2-0 lead. She then assisted on freshman Sammy Davis' 12th marker of the year at the 7:33 mark of the opening frame.

Sophomore Rebecca Leslie tallied her 31st assist of the season on Elia's second strike while senior Rebecca Russo extended her point streak to five games with her 18th helper of the year. Senior Lillian Ribeirinha-Braga also had an assist. Junior Victoria Hanson made 26 saves, including 13 in the second period.

Hard work after an offensive-zone faceoff led to Elia's first goal. She won a battle in the corner, skated to the left circle and uncorked a shot past Emerance Maschmeyer (24 saves). She then made it 2-0 with a shot from between the circles.

Harvard made it 2-1 at the 4:37 mark, but Davis regained the Terriers' two-goal advantage minutes later on one of their four power play chances. Ribeirinha-Braga fired a shot from the point and Elia nearly redirected the puck home. The disc ended up on Davis' stick, however, and she deposited it into the back of the net.

Harvard made it 3-2 in the second period and then scored three times in the third period to secure the result. Sydney Daniels lit the lamp at 13:48 to tie the game before recording the winner in the final minute. Miye D'Oench added an empty-netter at the buzzer.

BU almost had a 4-2 lead when sophomore Victoria Bach got behind the Crimson defense and skated in on Maschmeyer. Her backhand shot was stopped and a quick whistle ensued before it was clear where the puck was. Moments later, Harvard equalized on Daniels' marker.

League play awaits the Terriers over the final two weekends of the regular season, beginning with a home-and-home series against New Hampshire that starts Saturday at Walter Brown Arena (3 p.m.).