No. 4 Boston College vs. St. Lawrence - Sat. 3/11 at BC
- After blanking St. Lawrence, 6-0, in the NCAA quarterfinals the fourth-seeded Boston College Eagles are headed to St. Charles, Missouri for their third consecutive Frozen Four appearance and seventh in program history. Standing in the way is the top-ranked team in the country, the Wisconsin Badgers (32-2-4).
- The Eagles had five skaters tally multi-point games against St. Lawrence, with junior forward Kenzie Kent (Norwell, Mass.) earned a 1-2--3 line, with a power-play goal and two assists to earn Hockey East Player of the Week Accolades. The MVP of the Women's Hockey East Tournament, senior forward Andie Anastos (Farmington Hills, Mich.), also tallied a goal and an assist, while sophomore forward Makenna Newkirk (Scottsdale, Ariz.) tallied a goal and set up Kent to score the game-winning marker.
- The Eagles and the Badgers have not skated against one another since March of 2012, when the two met in the Frozen Four semifinals in Duluth, Minnesota. Wisconsin upended the Eagles national title hopes with a 6-2 win. Friday's outing will be the third time the two schools have clashed in a national semifinal.
- This season, the Badgers have rolled the competition, racking up 17 shutouts and holding opponents to just 0.84 goals per game. They also own a high-powered offense that is netting 4.11 goals per game with 156 goals on the season. On the season, the Eagles have potted an average of 3.42 goals per game while holding opponents to 1.55 goals per contest. Boston College holds the advantage on special teams, as the Eagles have converted with a 26% success rate, while the Badgers unit scores on 21% of power plays.
- The winner of Friday's game will face the winner of the Minnesota and Clarkson semifinal. The championship game will take place on Sunday, March 19 at 2pm from St. Charles, Missouri for the National Collegiate Women's Ice Hockey Championship.