Sophomore forward Natalie Tulchinsky scored the game-winner for the Eagles
Boston College Rallies Past UConn, 3-1
Sophomore forward Natalie Tulchinsky scored the game-winner for the Eagles

Box Score

STORRS, Conn. - Behind 44 saves from Abigail Levy, the Boston College women's hockey team earned a 3-1 win over UConn on Friday night at the Mark Freitas Ice Forum. Natalie Tulchinsky, Caroline Goffredo and Abby Newhook found the back of the net for the Eagles.

The teams were scoreless through the first two periods before UConn struck first on the power play. The Eagles, though, responded with a pair of goals less than two minutes apart from Goffredo and then Tulchinsky. Newhook then added an empty-net goal with a minute to play.

Boston College 3. UConn 1
Friday, Jan. 28, 2022 | 6 p.m.
Freitas Ice Forum | Storrs, Conn.


- BC now holds a 44-22-10 record in the all-time series with UConn...the Eagles are 17-10-8 at Freitas Ice Forum...head coach Katie Crowley is 38-10-7 all-time against UConn.

- UConn held the 45-22 lead in shots on goal...BC went 0-for-4 on the power play while UConn was 1-for-6.

- Abigail Levy finished with 44 saves for Boston is the 21st time this season that she has finished with at least 30 saves for the Eagles and the seventh time she's finished with at least 40 saves.

- Natalie Tulchinsky's goal marked her first of the was her first career game-winning goal.

- Tulchinsky now has three career goals, all coming at UConn.

- Caroline Goffredo scored her sixth goal of the season.

- Hannah Bilka led BC with six shots on goal on the night.

- With her assist tonight, Bilka became the 34th player in program history to reach 75 career points.

- The Eagles blocked 13 shots as a team...Deirdre Mullowney blocked a game-high three shots.


Boston College 14-11-0, 12-8-0 HEA
UConn 19-6-2, 13-5-2 HEA


- Boston College will square off against Boston University on Sunday.

- Puck drop is set for 1 p.m. at Walter Brown Arena.