Carlie Magier
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Mark Seliger Photography
Carlie Magier

Women's Hockey to Wrap Up Program's First Turnpike Trophy Saturday

Holy Cross Athletics   02-08-2019

Holy Cross (1-25-3, 1-21-1 WHEA)

vs. #8 Boston University (15-6-7. 12-5-5 WHEA)

Date • Time

Feb. 9 • 3:00 p.m.

Location

Boston, Mass. 

Arena

Walter Brown Arena

Tickets

Feb. 9

Live Stats

Feb. 9

Video

Feb. 9

All-Time Series

1-4-0

Last Meeting

L, 7-1 (1/19/19)

Last HC Win

W, 1-0 (11/10/99)

Game Notes

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Tale of the Tape

HC

 

BU

1.10

Goals Per Game

3.21

4.28

Goals Against Per Game

1.89

20.6

Shots Per Game

30.1

3.9

Penalties Per Game

3.9

10.8%

Power Play

23.9%

72.2%

Penalty Kill

83.7%

WORCESTER, Mass. - The Holy Cross women’s hockey team will face off against No. 8 Boston University one last time this season in the third and final installment of the Turnpike Trophy. The Terriers took the first two meetings.

Scouting the Terriers
Boston University is led by Hockey East’s leading scorer, Jesse Compher. The sophomore has recorded 15 goals and 33 assists for 48 points on the season. She is tied for eighth in goals per game in the conference, while she leads in both assists and points per game.

• Sammy Davis has also been a force for the Terriers with an impressive 19-21-40 stat line of her own.

• Corinne Schroeder has played 24 games in goal for BU with a .929 save percentage and a 1.96 goals against average.

• The Terriers have converted on 23.9% of their power plays and have a 83.7% success rate on the PK. 

Last Time Against BU
Victoria Young and Rachel Moore each scored a goal in a pair of losses to the Terriers, 4-1 on Jan. 18, and 7-1 on Jan. 19.

Recapping Last Weekend
The Crusaders played a pair of games, first, at No. 7 Boston College, and then at home against Vermont.

• Holy Cross dropped the first game, 6-0, in its first ever matchup at BC’s Conte Forum.

• Then, at home on Sunday, Danielle Doherty scored with five minutes remaining in the game to bring the Crusaders back within one at 2-1, but they would ultimately fall by the same score.

Jada Brenon had 21 saves on the day and Maeve Reilly and Emma Lange recorded assists on Doherty’s goal.

Up Next
The Crusaders will travel to Vermont to take on the Catamounts twice to wrap up the season series on Feb. 15 and 16.


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