Weekly Release: No. 2 BC Takes Two; No. 9 BU, No. 10 NU Split Weekend
Alex Carpenter Scores 200th Point for Eagles
Warrior Hockey Player of the Week Alex Carpenter of Boston College

AROUND HOCKEY EAST: The No. 2 ranked Boston College Eagles continued their winnings ways with two victories over St. Lawrence at home, pouring in 14 goals behind nine points (4g, 5a) from 2015 Patty Kazmaier winner Alex Carpenter. Included in her scoring barrage, the senior captain recorded her 200th career point as an Eagle. Carpenter's production was supplemented by four-point outings from rookie forward Makenna Newkirk, who scored a goal and added an assist in each game for her first collegiate points, and sophomore defenseman Megan Keller, who netted three goals and added a tally Monday ... No. 9 Boston University split a weekend series at Walter Brown with Penn State thanks in part to five points (1g, 4a) from sophomore forward Rebecca Leslie. Leslie potted the game-winner in Saturday's 3-1 triumph, while freshman forward Sammy Davis added the insurance goal. Terrier goaltender Erin O'Neil kicked out 27 of 28 shots in the win ... Maine senior goaltender Meghann Treacy remained sharp, stopping 69 saves in two games on the weekend ... New Hampshire sophomore defenseman Amy Schlagel picked up three points (1g, 2a) on nine shots on net in two games ... Northeastern split the weekend with Syracuse and Lindenwood, propelled by sophomore forward Shelby Herrington. Herrington scored three goals in the two contests, including her first collegiate two-goal game against Syracuse ... The Merrimack Warriors met Robert Morris in the first road series in program history at the Island Sports Center.