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After BU answered back with a goal of their own by Natasza Tarnowski, the Huskies scored three straight goals in the second period.
Herrington started it off with her second goal of the night only two minute into the second period.
Junior right defense Ainsley MacMillan and freshman defense Paige Capistran also each scored a goal in the second period to give the Huskies a 4-1 lead over BU.
The Terriers scored their final goal of the night with a few minutes left in the second period to bring them within two goals of the Huskies.
The Huskies then surged ahead and scored two more goals in the third period, one from Krizova and Savage each to put them put them on top of BU 6-2.
With the tie and win against Syracuse and the win over Boston University, the Huskies season has changed dramatically since their struggles during the first weekend of the season. Despite their promising showing the past couple of weeks, head coach David Flint still believes that the team needs to make some improvements.
“We’ve got to be more consistent and score more goals,” he said. “We need to concentrate on cleaning up the D-zone.”
The Huskies are now 4-2-1 and will face-off at Dartmouth University on Saturday, Oct. 22 before heading to Boston University on Tuesday, Oct. 25.
Photo courtesy Jim Pierce, Northeastern Athletics.