Lonergan Scores Twice As Boston College Downs Providence, 3-1
Freshman forward Caitrin Lonergan scores two goals for Eagles

Freshman forward Caitrin Lonergan scored two goals for the Eagles
Prd Time  Team Score Type Scored By Assists
2nd 10:55  PRV1-0 SH Brooke Boquist (18)Cassidy Carels/15
2nd 12:19  BC1-1 EV Kenzie Kent (7)Andie Anastos/23, Bridget McCarthy/4
2nd 14:13  BC2-1 EV GW Caitrin Lonergan (13)Delaney Belinskas/15, Kristyn Capizzano/9
2nd 16:43  BC3-1 EV Caitrin Lonergan (14)Delaney Belinskas/16, Megan Keller/24
Scoring 1st 2nd 3rd Final
Providence  0101
Boston College  0303
Shots on Goal 1st 2nd 3rd SOG
Providence  6111734
Boston College  1011627
Team Stats and Records  PP PIM SHGF
Providence (16-15-3)  0/4 3/6 1
Boston College (23-5-5)  0/3 4/8 0
Providence Goaltending MIN GA 1 2 3 Saves
Madison Myers (L, 10-11-3)57:043 108624
Empty Net2:560     
Boston College Goaltending MIN GA 1 2 3 Saves
Katie Burt (W, 21-5-5)60:001 6101733

CHESTNUT HILL, Mass. - Freshman Caitrin Lonergan scored two goals as the No. 6 Boston College women's hockey team topped Providence, 3-1, on Senior Day at Kelley Rink on Sunday.

After a scoreless first period, the Eagles fell behind midway through the second on a Providence (16-15-3, 11-10-3 HEA) shorthanded goal. However, Kenzie Kent scored less than 90 seconds later to even the score before Lonergan scored her first just under two minutes after that to give BC (23-5-5, 17-4-3 HEA) its first lead. She added her second just 80 seconds later to round out the day's scoring.

Katie Burt made 33 saves in goal for the Eagles, while Providence's Madison Myers stopped 24 shots. This was just the second game this season BC was out-shot by an opponent as the Friars pumped 34 total shots on goal - including 17 in the third period - to the Eagles' 27.

With an assist on Lonergan's first goal, Kristyn Capizzano recorded her 100th career point to become the 16th player in program history to reach the century mark.

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No. 6 Boston College 3, Providence 1
Sunday, February 19, 2017
Kelley Rink at Conte Forum | Chestnut Hill, Mass.


2nd, 10:55 | 0-1, PC GOAL (SHG) - With the Eagles on the power play, Cassidy Carels created a turnover at center ice and pushed the puck wide to Brooke Boquist. Boquist skated into the zone and sent a wrist shot in from the left faceoff dot that beat BC goaltender Katie Burt and staked the Friars to the 1-0 lead on the team's seventh shorthanded goal of the year.

2nd, 12:19 | 1-1, BC GOAL - Less than two minutes after Providence's goal, Kenzie Kent capitalized on the a BC 3-on-1. Bridget McCarthy carried the puck in the zone and dumped it off to Andie Anastos. Providence goaltender Madison Myers made the save on Anastos' effort, but the rebound popped out wide where Kent was able to turn and shoot into an open net to level the game.

2nd, 14:13 | 2-1, BC GOAL - The Eagles' second line gave BC its first lead of the weekend as Kristyn Capizzano got the puck deep in the corner and played Delaney Belinskas ahead as she skated back and around the goal. Belinskas came out the other side and found Caitrin Lonergan streaking down the slot for the one-timer past Myers.

2nd, 16:43 | 3-1, BC GOAL - Lonergan netted her second just under two minutes later to send the Eagles into the second intermission with a two-goal lead. Megan Keller skated down from the point and connected with Belinskas coming in off the top of the other circle. Belinskas fired on Myers, who made the save, but the rebound came loose in traffic and Lonergan was on the doorstep to poke it in.


- The win today pushed the Eagles' all-time mark against Providence to 31-36-3, including a 14-17-2 record at Kelley Rink

- BC finished the Hockey East season with a 17-4-3 record and its fourth straight regular-season title ... BC won the league by seven points

- Caitrin Lonergan scored two goals today, marking her first career two-goal game ... it was her seventh multiple-point effort of the season

- Delaney Belinskas recorded two assists, her fourth multiple-assist game of the season ... it was also her eighth multiple-point game of the year

- With Lonergan and Belinskas both picking up multiple points, they both moved over the 30-point mark on the season

- This is the sixth straight season BC has had at least one freshman reach the 30-point mark and the first time two Eagles rookies reached 30 points since 2011-12 when Alex Carpenter (39) and Emily Field (32) did so.

- Kenzie Kent scored her seventh goal of the season when she opened the Eagles' score line in the second period ... she has three goals in the last three games

- Kristyn Capizzano became the 16th player in program history to reach the 100-point mark when she helped set up Lonergan's first goal ... she is the third Eagle in the last three to reach the century plateau, joining Megan Keller (Feb. 3) and Kenzie Kent (Feb. 12)

- Keller's assist on Lonergan's second goal was her team-leading 24th assist on the season ... she now has five assists in the Eagles' last three games

- Keller pushed her points mark to 31, which leads all defensemen nationally ... her 24 assists also pace all blue liners and are tied for 11th nationally

- Andie Anastos pushed her season assist total to 23 with her set-up on Kent's goal ... it was her 138th career point and moved her into a tie for sixth place on the Eagles' career scoring chart

- Bridget McCarthy registered her fourth assist of the season and pushed her point total to seven with her set-up Kent's goal

- BC went 4-for-4 on the penalty kill, marking the 12th time in 13 games the Eagles were perfect on the kill ... the Eagled increased their nation-leading PK percentage at 92.5 percent

- Today, BC was held scoreless on the power play for the first time in seven games, seeing its game with a PPG streak snapped at six, which tied the program record

- This was just the third game this season BC did not score a special teams goal (power play or shorthanded) ... the Eagles have notched at least one or the other in 30 of 33 games this season


1. Caitrin Lonergan
2. Delaney Belinskas
3. Kenzie Kent


Providence: 16-15-3, 11-10-3 HEA
Boston College: 23-5-5, 17-4-3 HEA


Boston College will begin defense of its Hockey East Tournament title this week when the Eagles kick off their quarterfinal series at Kelley Rink. BC will host Merrimack in a best-of-three series that starts on Thursday, Feb. 23 at 2 p.m. Game 2 is set for 2 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 24. If a third game is needed, it will be played at 7:30 p.m. on Sunday, Feb. 26. Tickets will be available at the Conte Forum box office on each game day: $10 for adults; $5 for children/groups/seniors; BC students are free.)