|1st||4:44||UNH||1-0||EV||Meghara McManus (4)||-|
|2nd||5:58||BC||1-1||PP||Caitrin Lonergan (9)||Megan Keller/7, Makenna Newkirk/9|
|2nd||7:18||BC||2-1||EV GW||Makenna Newkirk (4)||Caitrin Lonergan/8, Megan Keller/8|
|3rd||11:26||BC||3-1||EV||Makenna Newkirk (5)||Kristyn Capizzano/5, Caitrin Lonergan/9|
|3rd||11:58||BC||4-1||EV||Toni Ann Miano (3)||Caitrin Lonergan/10, Megan Keller/9|
|3rd||19:18||BC||5-1||EV||Delaney Belinskas (8)||Kenzie Kent/6|
|Shots on Goal||1st||2nd||3rd||SOG|
|Team Stats and Records||PP||PIM||SHGF|
|Boston College (8-3-2)||1/5||5/10||0|
|New Hampshire (3-9-0)||0/5||5/10||0|
|Boston College Goaltending||MIN||GA||1||2||3||Saves|
|Katie Burt (W, 7-3-2)||58:54||1||3||4||3||10|
|New Hampshire Goaltending||MIN||GA||1||2||3||Saves|
|Hilary Cashin (L, 2-4-0)||60:00||5||12||5||10||27|
DURHAM, N.H. - The sixth-ranked Boston College women's hockey team earned a 5-1 road win over New Hampshire on Friday night, scoring five unanswered goals in the second and third periods after entering the first intermission down a goal.
Caitrin Lonergan (1 goal, three assists) led the Eagles with a career-best four points, while Makenna Newkirk (two goals, one assist) and Megan Keller (three assists) each recorded three-point outings. Toni Ann Miano notched her 50th career point with her third-period goal. Delaney Belinskas added her eighth goal of the season with under one minute to play.
"We came out a little flat, but we were able to finish strong tonight," BC head coach Katie Crowley said. "I'm really happy that we were able to keep things simple in the third and finish the game playing well."
Boston College (8-3-2, 7-2-0 HEA) earned its 11th straight game against New Hampshire (3-9-0, 3-4-0 HEA).
BC out-shot the Wildcats 32-11 in the game as BC's Katie Burt made 10 saves in the win.
HOW IT HAPPENED
1st, 4:44 | UNH GOAL, 0-1 - Meghara McManus picked up a clearing attempt off the halfboards, cut inside and ripped a shot off at the faceoff dot. Her attempt dinged in off the underside of the crossbar to put UNH up early.
2nd, 5:58 | BC GOAL, 1-1 (PPG) - On the team's third power-play of the night, the Eagles worked the puck around to Megan Keller at the center point. She threw a pass down low where Caitrin Lonergan one-timed it just off the post, finding space between the near pipe and Cashin to even the score at 1-1.
2nd, 7:18 | BC GOAL, 2-1 - Keller gathered the puck just inside her own zone, spun and fed Lonergan along the boards. Lonergan skated into the zone to the faceoff circle and played the puck back to Makenna Newkirk trailing the play, and her wrister beat Cashin and gave BC its first lead of the game.
3rd, 11:26 | BC GOAL, 3-1 - Newkirk intercepted a UNH clearing pass behind the goal and fed Kristyn Capizzano out wide along the goal line. Newkirk then cycled into space just off the crease in front, and Capizzano fed her in front for the re-direction under Cashin.
3rd, 11:58 | BC GOAL, 4-1 - Less than one minute later, the Eagles broke back into the zone and after some battle on the near side, Lonergan pushed the puck back across the zone to Keller breaking in. Keller's pass back kicked off a defender in front and found Toni Ann Miano alone in the high slot. Miano created space and sent a high shot in from the top of the far circle that beat Cashin and gave the Eagles a three-goal cushion.
3rd, 19:18 | BC GOAL, 5-1 - With under one minute to play, Kenzie Kent came up with the puck off the boards in her own defensive end and found Delaney Belinskas near the blue line. The freshman skated through center ice into the UNH end and got off a shot in the slot that beat Cashin for the Eagles' final goal.
Boston College moved to 20-39-5 all-time against New Hampshire ... the Eagles have now won their last 11 against the Wildcats, which includes six games in Durham
Caitrin Lonergan recorded another multiple-point game, her fifth of the season and her third in as many games ... it was her first four-point effort of the season ... her second-period goal was her team-leading ninth of the season ... she added three assists, as well, pushing her season total to a team-high 10 ... her three-assists were a single-game best
Tonight marked Megan Keller's first game with the Eagles since Oct. 22 after she missed BC's last four games with Team USA at the Four Nations Cup
Keller picked up three assists in tonight's game to push her season total to nine in her first game back ... it was her third multiple-point game of the season ... it was her first three-point game of the year and her first since Feb. 19, 2016 against Providence in a 7-1 win
Makenna Newkirk also recorded her fifth multiple-point game of the season and her second three-point outing in as many games ... she picked up her ninth assist on Lonergan's power-play goal ... her two goals pushed her season total to five ... it was her first two-goal effort of the season and her first since notching two goals against Maine in the Eagles' first game of the 2016 Hockey East Quarterfinals
Toni Ann Miano notched her 50th career point with her third-period goal ... she is the eighth defenseman in program history to reach the 50-point mark
Delaney Belinskas netted her eighth goal of the season and her third in the last three games ... she now has nine points on the year (8 goals, 1 assist)
Kristyn Capizzano registered her fifth assist of the campaign and her fourth the last four games ... she now has eight points on the year
Kenzie Kent picked up her fifth assist of the year - and her third in the last four games - on Belinskas' goal
Boston College converted on the power play in their 11th game of 13 this season ... BC was 1-for-5 on the night
Caitrin Lonergan, BC
Makenna Newkirk, BC
Megan Keller, BC
Boston College (8-3-2, 7-2-0 HEA)
New Hampshire (3-9-0, 3-4-0 HEA)
The Eagles will return to the ice tomorrow night when the teams play the return game of the two-game set at Kelley Rink at Conte Forum at 2 p.m. Following Saturday's game, the team will host one of its two Skate with the Eagles events where fans can skate on the Kelley Rink ice with the team.