The team ended the season with an overall record of 22-12-3, and seniors Hayley Scamurra and Paige Savage were chosen in the 2017 National Women’s Hockey League draft.
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Heather Mottau’s third period goal was the Huskies’ last attempt at regaining the lead as the Terriers maneuvered two more shots past senior goalie Sarah Foss and finalized the score at 2-7.
Junior forward Denisa Krizova was unable to attend the match because she joined the Czech Republic national team in their attempt to qualify for the Olympics. Krizova, who was the Czech team’s leading scorer, was named player of the game after scoring twice in the Czech team’s 5-0 win against Norway.
The Beanpot tournament resumes on Tuesday as NU plays in their fifth championship game in six years.
By Julianne Desjardins, news correspondent The Northeastern University (NU) women’s hockey team returned to its winning ways this past weekend with victories over the University of Maine and Providence College. The team started out the weekend with a win over the University of Maine on Saturday. The Huskies (8-3-1, 4-1-0 […]
By Julianne Desjardins, news correspondent The Northeastern University women’s hockey team’s four-game winning streak came to end on Saturday when they suffered a loss at the hands of Merrimack College. The team is now 6-3-1 on the season. Merrimack struck first within the first ten minutes of the game […]
The Northeastern University (NU) women’s hockey team continued their hot streak last week, tying one game and winning another against Syracuse University over the weekend, and beating Boston University (BU) Tuesday night.
By Julianne Desjardins, news correspondent The Northeastern University (NU) women’s hockey team got a couple of much-needed wins after its rough start to the season, defeating the Lindenwood Lions on Friday, Oct. 7 and Saturday, Oct. 8. On Friday night, the Huskies were dominant, shutting out the Lions by a score […]
The Northeastern women’s hockey team made two comebacks while away against Robert Morris University (RMU) but still fell short in a 3-2 loss on Friday and a 2-2 tie on Saturday. On Tuesday, the team was defeated by Boston University (BU) 3-2 on the Terriers’ home turf. In the game against BU, the Huskies almost overcame a three-goal deficit, scoring two goals in the third period.
The Northeastern women’s ice hockey team opened the 2014-2015 regular season with back-to-back ties against Syracuse University at Tennity Ice Pavilion on Friday and Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) at Gene Polisseni Center on Saturday.