Carpenter Becomes All-Time Boston College Scoring Leader As Eagles Blank Cornell, 8-0
Senior forward Alex Carpenter nets hat trick for Eagles; Becomes all-time BC scoring leader

Senior forward Alex Carpenter scored a hat trick for Eagles
Prd Time  Team Score Type Scored By Assists
1st 3:37  BC1-0 EV GW Alex Carpenter (12)Kenzie Kent/6, Makenna Newkirk/6
1st 15:55  BC2-0 EV Haley Skarupa (4)Andie Anastos/4, Kaliya Johnson/3
1st 17:38  BC3-0 EV Dana Trivigno (2)Kristyn Capizzano/5, Haley Skarupa/10
2nd 0:52  BC4-0 EV Alex Carpenter (13)Haley Skarupa/11, Kali Flanagan/7
2nd 13:29  BC5-0 PP Alex Carpenter (14)Kenzie Kent/7, Megan Keller/5
3rd 16:43  BC6-0 PP Makenna Newkirk (4)Lexi Bender/5, Toni Ann Miano/3
3rd 17:29  BC7-0 EV Andie Anastos (4)Meghan Grieves/4, Toni Ann Miano/4
3rd 18:57  BC8-0 EV Makenna Newkirk (5)Lexi Bender/6, Kali Flanagan/8
Scoring 1st 2nd 3rd Final
Boston College  3238
Cornell  0000
Shots on Goal 1st 2nd 3rd SOG
Boston College  1481234
Cornell  412723
Team Stats and Records  PP PIM SHGF
Boston College (8-0-0)  2/2 4/8 0
Cornell (0-2-0)  0/4 2/4 0
Boston College Goaltending MIN GA 1 2 3 Saves
Katie Burt (W, 7-0-0)60:000 412723
Cornell Goaltending MIN GA 1 2 3 Saves
Marlene Boissonnault (L, 0-1-0)60:008 116926

CHESTNUT HILL, Mass. - The No. 2 Boston College women's hockey completed the two-game sweep of No. 9 Cornell on Saturday afternoon, earning an 8-0 road win at Lynah Rink.

Katie Burt made 23 saves en route to her third shutout in four games, while five different players scored goals in the win. Alex Carpenter's hat trick was her third of the season, and her first goal of the night was her 210th career point at Boston College, claiming the school scoring record as her own. She entered the game tied with Kelli Stack '11.

Makenna Newkirk scored two goals, while Haley Skarupa, Dana Trivigno and Andie Anastos added single goals. Five players picked up two assists, including three defensemen: Lexi Bender, Kali Flanagan, Toni Ann Miano, as well as Skarupa and Kenzie Kent.

BC (8-0-0, 2-0-0 HEA) out-shot Cornell (0-2-0, 0-0-0 ECAC) 34 to 23. The win extended the Eagles' best start in program history.

#2/3 Boston College 8, #9 Cornell 0
Lynah Rink, Ithaca, N.Y.
Saturday, October 24 2015


- Five different players scored goals for Boston College, led by Alex Carpenter's third hat trick of the season and Makenna Newkirk's first career two-goal game

- Haley Skarupa picked up three points - one goal and two assists - while Newkirk added an assist for three points on the night

- Andie Anastos (goal, assist) and Dana Trivigno rounded out the scoring while four other players had a pair of assists: Lexi Bender, Kali Flanagan, Kenzie Kent and Toni Ann Miano

- Carpenter's first goal pushed her career scoring total to 210 points, giving her the Boston College career scoring record ... she finished the night with 212 points.

- Katie Burt backstopped the Eagles to their third shutout in four games


Head coach Katie Crowley
"Our team came out ready to play today. We made a few adjustments offensively from yesterday and were able to capitalize on our scoring chances. We moved pucks well, played a good team game and came out with two big non-conference wins."


1st, 3:37 // 1-0, BC GOAL: With the Eagles pressing, Makenna Newkirk fed Kenzie Kent behind the goal. Kent slid the puck to Carpenter on the other post, and the forward skated in and snuck the puck in behind Cornell goaltender Marlene Boissonnault for her 210th career point and the BC career scoring record

1st, 15:55 // 2-0, BC GOAL: With Cornell attempting to clear, Kaliya Johnson kept the puck in the zone at the point and fed Andie Anastos along the boards. Anastos dropped the puck to Haley Skarupa coming out from the corner and Skarupa skated in toward the slot and her shot beat Boissonnault for the 2-0 lead.

1st, 17:38 // 3-0, BC GOAL: Lexi Bender sent the puck around the back of the net to Haley Skarupa, who fed it out to the neutral zone. Kristyn Capizzano jumped on the loose puck and skated in on a 2-on-1 with Trivigno. Capizzano fed the the co-captain for the re-direction past Boissonnault after the goaltender committed to the shot.

2nd, 00:52 // 4-0, BC GOAL: The Eagles cycled the puck around and Kali Flanagan sent a shot in from the right point. Haley Skarupa re-directed it on target, and it fell to Alex Carpenter at the right post who fired it home from close range.

2nd, 13:29 // 5-0, BC GOAL: Off a face-off to start a power-play, Alex Carpenter won the draw to Kenzie Kent, who played Megan Keller at the point. Keller returned the puck to Kent, who then found Carpenter further down the boards. Carpenter took the puck and skated it into the slow slot, beating Boissonault for the third time on the night.

3rd, 16:43 // 6-0, BC GOAL: Toni Ann Miano fed Lexi Bender at the blue line, and Bender took the space into the offensive zone. Makenna Newkirk skated into the slot, where Bender fed the freshman for her second goal in as many nights.

3rd, 17:29 // 7-0, BC GOAL: Toni Ann Miano's shot from the point was re-directed by Meghan Grieves and the puck found Andie Anastos streaking in from the slot. Anastos flicked the puck up and over Boissonnault's right shoulder for the Eagles' second goal in 46 seconds

3rd, 18:57 // 8-0, BC GOAL: Makenna Newkirk converted her second goal of the night and second strike in 2 minutes, 14 seconds. Kali Flanagan fed the puck across the blue line for Lexi Bender's one-timer, and Newkirk redirected the puck just outside the crease for the Eagles' eight and final goal


- With her first goal on the night, Alex Carpenter became Boston College's career scoring leader ... she ended the night with 212 points

- Alex Carpenter recorded her third hat trick of the season and the sixth of her career ... she pushed her season goal total to 14 and her career total to 104 ... she is now 11 goals back of BC career goal scoring leader Erin Magee '99 (116 goals) ... tonight was her 25th career multiple-goal game and her fourth this season

- Haley Skarupa picked up her sixth multiple-point game this season with her one goal, two assist effort today ...she now has 180 career points and is 18 points back of third place on the BC career scoring chart (Erin Magee '99, 198 points)

- Haley Skarupa's two assists pushed her season total to a team-best 11... she now has 96 career assists, third in BC history

- Katie Burt's third shutout was the 13th of her career (in just 42 games) ... she is now tied for second on the BC career shutouts chart, matching Corinne Boyles '14

- Katie Burt has allowed just one goal in the last four games

- Makenna Newkirk recorded her first career multiple-goal game ... the freshman now has 11 points from five goals and six assists in eight games ... she has recorded at least one point in seven of eight games this season

- Dana Trivigno's goal was her second of the season and her third point ... she now has 95 career points and is five points shy of becoming the 12th player in BC history to reach 100 points

- Three different defensemen recorded two assists: Lexi Bender, Kali Flanagan and Toni Ann Miano

- Lexi Bender recorded her first multiple-assist game of the season tonight, pushing her season assist total to six and seven points overall ... it was her 10th career multiple-assist outing and the first since Jan. 18, 2015 at Vermont

- Kenzie Kent recorded her 10th career multiple-assist effort and the second this season ... four of her points - one goal and three assists - have come on the power play

- Kali Flanagan recorded a two-assist outing for the second straight game ... the sophomore blueliner now has eight points in eight games, one shy of her 39-game freshman year total

- Toni Ann Miano's two assists marked the first multi-assist game of the season and the third of her career ... her last two-assist outing came Nov. 15, 2014 against New Hampshire

- Meghan Grieves recorded her fourth assist of the season tonight ... she has now matched her 39-game total from her junior year (4 assists), and is one shy of her freshman-year total of five in 37 games

- Boston College is now 2-0-0 on the road this season and has out-scored it opponents 12-1 away from home

- The Eagles are now 8-1-0 against Cornell in the teams' last nine meetings

- The win extended the Eagles' program-best start to 8-0-0 ... this is the deepest in a season BC has remained perfect in program history

- BC went 2-for-2 on the power play, marking the sixth game in eight this season they've scored with the man advantage, and the second time they've struck multiple times with the extra skater.

- The Eagles were 4-for-4 in killing penalties, maintaining their perfect mark on the penalty kill this year ... BC is now 30-for-30 in killing opponents' power-play opportunities in 2015-16 ... BC is one of two teams nationally (Princeton, 10-for-10) that remains perfect on the power play

- BC scored multiple goals in all three periods, pushing the team's multi-goal periods total to 17 this season ... the Eagles have now scored in 21 of 24 periods overall this season.


Cornell: 0-2-0, 0-0-0 ECAC
Boston College: 8-0-0, 2-0-0 HEA


Boston College jumps back into Hockey East play with a home-and-home series with Connecticut next weekend. The Eagles will host the Huskies at 2 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 30, before traveling to Storrs on Saturday, Oct. 31, for the 2 p.m. return contest.