AROUND HOCKEY EAST: #4 Boston College saw its season end in the Women's Frozen Four for the third consecutive season, falling to top-ranked Wisconsin on Friday in the national semifinals held in St. Charles, Missouri. The game remained tied at zero, thanks in part to 35 saves from Eagles netminder Katie Burt (Lynn, Mass.). With 16.2 second left in the game, Wisconsin found the back of the net to advance to the national championship, where the Badgers were tripped up by 2017 national champion Clarkson, 3-0.
Katie Burt (Jr., G; Lynn, Mass.) stopped 35 shots on 36 attempts in Friday's Frozen Four semifinal against top-seeded Wisconsin, her third consecutive Frozen Four appearance. The lone goal came with just 16 seconds remaining as the Eagles' season ended in the final weekend of play.
Caitrin Lonergan (Fr., F; Roslindale, Mass.) registered one shot on net and finished the weekend with a minus-one rating as her Eagles fell, 1-0, against Wisconsin in the Frozen Four semifinals.
Megan Keller (Jr., D; Farmington Hills, Mich.) fired a pair of shots on goal and finished with an even plus-minus rating in Friday's Frozen Four semifinal contest with Wisconsin, a 1-0 Eagles setback. Helped anchor a defense that allowed just one goal to the nation's highest scoring offense that tallied nearly four goals per game.