CHESTNUT HILL, Mass. - Five different Eagles scored while Abigail Levy made 29 saves as the Boston College women's hockey team picked up a 5-1 win over Harvard on Tuesday night at Kelley Rink.
Hannah Bilka and Jenna Carpenter each finished with two points on one goal and one assist while eight total Eagles had a point.
After a scoreless first period, the teams combined for five goals in the middle frame. A Cayla Barnes strike, a Bilka penalty-shot conversion and Carpenter's first career goal gave BC a 3-0 lead. Harvard was able to pull a goal back but BC responded within 90 seconds for a 4-1 lead at the second intermission before adding a fifth goal six minutes into the third.
Boston College 5, Harvard 1
Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022 | 6:00 p.m.
Kelley Rink | Chestnut Hill, Mass.
- The Eagles had the 48-30 lead in shots on goal ... BC went 0-for-2 on the power play while keeping Harvard to 0-for-6.
- Boston College now holds an overall mark of 17-29-1 in the all-time series with Harvard ... the Eagles are 8-9-0 against the Crimson ... head coach Katie Crowley is now 14-8-1 all-time against Harvard.
- Abigail Levy finished with 29 saves for Boston College to move to 7-5-1 on the year.
- Jenna Carpenter scored her first career goal ... the sophomore added an assist for her first career multi-point game.
- Hannah Bilka converted a penalty shot in the second period ... it was the first penalty shot conversion for Boston College since Mary Restuccia converted for a game-winning goal on Jan. 15, 2009.
- Bilka's game-winner was her second of the season and the 10th of her career ... her 10 game-winning goals is now tied for 10th in program history.
- Bilka finished with two points on her goal and an assist for her 29th career multi-point game and her seventh of the season.
- Bilka finished with a game-high eight shots on goal.
- Cailin Flynn led BC with three blocked shots.
- Kelly Browne led the Eagles with 10 face-off wins.
Boston College: 9-7-1
Boston College will be back in action on Dec. 2 and 3 with two Hockey East matchups against Holy Cross.