Schlagel Leads New Hampshire Past Boston University, 4-2
Junior defenseman Amy Schlagel scores two goals for Wildcats

Junior defenseman Amy Schlagel scored two goals for the Wildcats
Prd Time  Team Score Type Scored By Assists
2nd 3:53  UNH1-0 EV Amy Schlagel (11)Meghara McManus/8, Jonna Curtis/20
2nd 12:45  UNH2-0 EV Amy Schlagel (12)Devan Taylor/8
3rd 5:20  UNH3-0 EV GW Nicole Dunbar (6)Devan Taylor/9, Carlee Turner/13
3rd 11:54  BU1-3 EV Mary Parker (24)Deziray De Sousa/9, Connor Galway/6
3rd 17:40  BU2-3 EV EA Alexis Crossley (3)Maddie Elia/20
3rd 19:19  UNH4-2 PP Jonna Curtis (21)Meghara McManus/9, Marie-Jo Pelletier/10
Scoring 1st 2nd 3rd Final
New Hampshire  0224
Boston University  0022
Shots on Goal 1st 2nd 3rd SOG
New Hampshire  8111029
Boston University  791531
Team Stats and Records  PP PIM SHGF
New Hampshire (14-17-2)  1/4 2/4 0
Boston University (17-11-6)  0/2 4/8 0
New Hampshire Goaltending MIN GA 1 2 3 Saves
Hilary Cashin (W, 13-8-1)59:572 791329
Empty Net0:030     
Boston University Goaltending MIN GA 1 2 3 Saves
Victoria Hanson (L, 13-8-4)58:254 89825
Empty Net1:350     

BOSTON - Graduate student Mary Parker and senior co-captain Alexis Crossley each scored for the Boston University women's ice hockey team, but the Terriers were unable to overcome a three-goal New Hampshire lead and ultimately suffered a 4-2 setback to the Wildcats on Friday night in game one of a Hockey East quarterfinal series at Walter Brown Arena.


Final Score: New Hampshire 4, Boston University 2
Records: BU (17-11-6), UNH (14-17-2)
Location: Walter Brown Arena - Boston, Mass.


- After a scoreless first period, the Wildcats struck first at 3:53 of the second stanza when a puck bounced to Amy Schlagel at the top of the zone and her shot got through the traffic in front of Victoria Hanson (25 saves).

- Schlagel later made it 2-0 with 7:15 remaining in the middle frame before Nicole Dunbar made it 3-0 just 5:20 into the final period.

- Parker got a goal back for BU with 8:06 remaining in regulation. Sophomore Connor Galway kept the play alive along the left wall, pushing the puck behind the UNH cage for freshman Deziray De Sousa. She got the puck to Parker, whose second attempt on goal snuck under Hilary Cashin's left pad.

- The Terriers pulled Hanson in favor of an extra attacker and the move paid off as they cut the UNH lead to 3-2 with 2:20 to play. Senior Maddie Elia won an faceoff back to Crossley, and the senior's shot from the top of the zone had eyes for the back of the net.

- BU continued to press with the net empty, but UNH eventually drew a penalty on the Terriers and converted on the subsequent power-play chance to ice the game with 41 seconds on the clock.


- Parker is now second in the NCAA and first among all Hockey East skaters with 24 goals.

- Elia extended her point streak to eight games (4g, 8a) with her assist on Crossley's goal.

- This was just the second time ever that the Terriers lost a Hockey East quarterfinal game, and the loss snapped a 14-game win streak against UNH.

- BU has still not been shut out this season.


- The Terriers will look to extend their season on Saturday when they host the Wildcats for game two at Walter Brown Arena.

- Puck drop is set for 3 p.m.