Watts Posts Four Points To Lead Boston College Past Maine, 7-2
Freshman forward Daryl Watts registers two goals and two assists for Eagles

Freshman forward Daryl Watts had two goals and two assists for the Eagles
Prd Time  Team Score Type Scored By Assists
1st 4:23  BC1-0 PP Makenna Newkirk (3)Daryl Watts/10, Serena Sommerfield/3
1st 6:45  BC2-0 EV Toni Ann Miano (2)Caitrin Lonergan/10, Willow Corson/5
1st 7:20  BC3-0 EV GW Ryan Little (1)Erin Connolly/1, Caroline Ross/2
1st 14:25  BC4-0 EV Daryl Watts (9)Caitrin Lonergan/11, Willow Corson/6
2nd 3:52  BC5-0 EV Daryl Watts (10)Makenna Newkirk/8, Delaney Belinskas/1
2nd 4:55  BC6-0 EV Maegan Beres (2)Erin Connolly/2, Ryan Little/1
2nd 13:55  MNE1-6 EV Lydia Murray (3)Brittany Kucera/4, Cailey Hutchison/2
3rd 10:36  BC7-1 EV Caitrin Lonergan (7)Daryl Watts/11, Delaney Belinskas/2
3rd 13:03  MNE2-7 EV Catherine Tufts (1)Brooke Stacey/2, Tereza Vanišová/8
Scoring 1st 2nd 3rd Final
Maine  0112
Boston College  4217
Shots on Goal 1st 2nd 3rd SOG
Maine  35614
Boston College  1891239
Team Stats and Records  PP PIM SHGF
Maine (5-4-0)  0/5 6/12 0
Boston College (6-0-1)  1/5 6/12 0
Maine Goaltending MIN GA 1 2 3 Saves
Loryn Porter (L, 1-1-0)8:253 7007
Carly Jackson51:354 771125
Boston College Goaltending MIN GA 1 2 3 Saves
Katie Burt (W, 6-0-1)60:002 34512

CHESTNUT HILL, Mass. - The third-ranked Boston College women's hockey team remained unbeaten in Hockey East play with Sunday's 7-2 win over Maine at Kelley Rink in the team's annual Skating Strides game.

Freshman Daryl Watts moved into the national scoring lead with her third four-point day of the season, while sophomore Caitrin Lonergan recorded three points to pace the Eagles. Four other Eagles - Makenna Newkirk (goal, assist), Ryan Little (goal, assist), Erin Connolly (two assists) and Delaney Belinskas (two assists) - each registered multiple-point days. In total, 11 different Boston College players recorded at least one point.

Boston College (6-0-1, 2-0-1 HEA) built a 4-0 lead after the first period, forcing Maine to replace starting goaltender Loryn Porter just 8:25 into the game after letting in three goals. She made seven saves in that time, before giving way to Carly Jackson, who made 25 saves while allowing four goals in 51:35.

The Eagles pushed the lead to 6-0 before Maine (5-4-0, 1-2-0 HEA) got on the scoreboard through Lydia Murray. Lonergan wrapped up the scoring for BC midway through the third before the Black Bears added another by Catherine Tufts just under three minutes later.

Katie Burt made 12 saves in the win, which was her 97th career victory - one win back of fifth place on the NCAA career list. The Eagles return to action on Friday, Nov. 3, when the team hosts Providence at Kelley Rink. Faceoff is set for 2 p.m., and the game will be streamed live on ESPN3 - available at WatchESPN.com and the ESPN app. After the PC game, the Eagles play three straight non-conference games on the road: at Syracuse on Saturday, Nov. 4, and a two-game series at St. Lawrence, Nov. 10-11.

No. 3 Boston College 7, Maine 2
Sunday, October 29, 2017
Kelley Rink at Conte Forum | Chestnut Hill, Mass.

1st, 4:23 | BC GOAL, 1-0 (PPG) - Serena Sommerfield started the play from behind BC goal, finding Makenna Newkirk on the near boards. She connected with Daryl Watts on a cross-ice pass, allowing Watts to gain the Maine zone and skate deep. Newkirk stormed down the right wing, and Watts found her with a tight pass in front, allowing Newkirk to redirect the puck in past Maine goaltender Loryn Porter and a 1-0 lead.

1st, 6:45 | BC GOAL, 2-0 - Willow Corson got into a battle with a pair of Maine players, winning the puck in the near corner. She sent it ahead to Caitrin Lonergan, who cycled around the back of the next to the half boards, meeting Miano to exchange the puck on the fly. Miano then took the puck and in along the edge of the circle and where she launched a shot that beat Porter for a two-goal advantage.

1st, 7:20 | BC GOAL, 3-0 - Maegan Beres pulled the puck off the half boards and sent it up to the opposite point to Caroline Ross. Ross sent the puck back in low, where Erin Connolly got a stick on it and created a loose puck in front, allowing Ryan Little to swoop in from the right side and pot the puck for a 3-0 lead.

1st, 8:25 | NO GOAL, BC - Watts broke up a Maine entry into the BC end and flipped the puck across ice to Caitrin Lonergan coming through the neutral zone. Lonergan maneuvered through the Maine end, around three players and put a shot on Porter while crashing into her unimpeded as the goal crossed the line. After review, the goal was waived off.

1st, 14:25 | BC GOAL, 4-0 - Corson broke up the Maine breakout attempt in their own zone, and fed Caitrin Lonergan coming across. Lonergan got low and with Watts coming in on the backside, flipped the puck over to her and she beat replacement goaltender Carly Jackson.

2nd, 3:52 | BC GOAL, 5-0 - Delaney Belinskas broke up a scrum along the boards and skated it back behind the goal. Newkirk also dropped low and took a feed from Belinskas, creating an angle for her to connect with Watts storming in behind the play for an easy score from the low slot.

2nd, 4:55| BC GOAL, 6-0 - Little came out a scrum in front of the Maine bench and fed Maegan Beres who skated through the zone. She fed Connolly out on the wing and the two came into the Maine end on an odd-man break. Connolly slid the puck across to Beres who pocketed it past Jackson.

2nd, 13:55 | UM GOAL, 6-1 - Cailey Hutchinson dug the puck out off the boards and flipped to the point, where Brittany Kucera's shot was blocked by her own teammate. However, the rebound fell right to Lyida Murray off the near post, who had an open net for the Black Bears' first goal of the game

3rd, 10:36 | BC GOAL, 7-1 - Belinskas got to the puck on the near half boards in traffic and flicked it back behind the goal on the line change. Watts got her stick to it before two Maine players, and sent it in front for Lonergan who's snapshot beat Jackson and pushed BC's lead back to six goals

3rd, 13:03 | UM GOAL, 7-2 - As a BC penalty expired, Maine still had control of the puck in the BC zone. Tereza Vanisova played the puck out to Brooke Stacey along the half boards. After finding space as players moved around, she threaded a pass into the low slot, where it kicked off a BC defender's skates and fell to Catherine Tufts, who pocketed it for Maine's second goal.


- The seven goals scored today are a season high for the Eagles and the most since BC posted a 7-1 win over Vermont on Feb. 12, 2017

- Today marked the fifth time in six games that BC scored at least four goals in a game

- Two Eagles notched their first points of the game in today's win, and each had a multiple-point game: Ryan Little (goal, assist) and Delaney Belinskas (two assists)

- By going 5-for-5 on the penalty kill, today marked the first game this season BC did not allow a power-play goal in a game

- BC was 1-for-6 on the power play, and have now notched at least one PPG in each of the last four games ... BC is scoring at a 30 percent clip (6-for-20) on the man advantage in Hockey East play

- One day after allowing 46 shots - the most shots since March 18, 2011 (46 vs. Wisconsin in NCAA semifinals) - BC allowed just 14 shots on Sunday, the least since surrendering only nine shots at Vermont on Jan. 20, 2017

- BC got through October without a loss for the sixth time in program history ... the last time BC was still undefeated through October was 2015-16 (10-0-0)

- Daryl Watts' four-point day (two goals, two assists) moved her into first place on the national scoring chart with 21 points (10 goals, 11 assists) ... her 10 goals also now lead the nation, as well

- This was Watts' third four-point day of the year - in seven games ... she now has six multiple-point games in seven contests as a collegian, and three multiple-goal games so far ... Watts has scored at least one goal in six straight games

- Caitrin Lonergan picked up her third straight - and sixth overall - multiple-point game with her three-point effort ... she has posted four games with three or more points so far this season

- Makenna Newkirk recorded her 98th and 99th career points today, opening the scoring and adding an assist later in the game ... she is now one point shy of reaching 100 career points

- Watts, Lonergan and Newkirk all pushed their point streaks to seven games as each has picked up at least one point in every game this season

- Willow Corson also picked up two assists to notch her third multiple-point game of the year and second in as many games

- Ryan Little recorded her first points of the season, notching both her first goal and first assist of the year ... it was her third multiple-point game of her career and the first since Feb. 23, 2017 against Merrimack in the Hockey East Quarterfinals

- Erin Connolly also notched a multiple-assist game after registering her first point of the season on Saturday with a goal at BU ... Connolly's last multiple-point game came in the Beanpot first-round game on Jan. 31, 2017 - a two-assist effort in the 3-2 win

- After moving from the third line to the first line, Delaney Belinskas notched her first points of the year with a pair of assists today

- Maegan Beres snapped a six-game point-less streak with her second-period goal ... she notched her first career goal in the season opener against Minnesota Duluth, but had been held off the scoreboard since

- Katie Burt earned her 97th career today and is now one back of moving into a fifth-place tie on the NCAA career list ... she is three wins away from becoming the fifth goalkeeper in NCAA history to reach 100 career wins, and 17 wins from matching the current NCAA career wins record (114)

- Sunday's game was the Eagles' Skating Strides game in conjunction with Hockey East ... earlier in the month, BC walked in the Boston Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk, raising $4,730 dollars for the American Cancer Society.


1. Daryl Watts, BC
2. Caitrin Lonergan, BC
3. Makenna Newkirk, BC


Maine: 5-4-0, 1-2-0 Hockey East
Boston College: 6-0-1, 3-0-1 Hockey East


The Eagles return to action on Friday, Nov. 3, when the team hosts Providence at Kelley Rink. Faceoff is set for 2 p.m., and the game will be streamed live on ESPN3 - available at WatchESPN.com and the ESPN app. After the PC game, the Eagles play three straight non-conference games on the road: at Syracuse on Saturday, Nov. 4, and a two-game series at St. Lawrence, Nov. 10-11.