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Junior forward Lindsay Agnew scored two goals for the Eagles
Boston College Earns Weekend Sweep With 4-2 Win At Providence
Junior forward Lindsay Agnew scored two goals for the Eagles

PROVIDENCE, R.I. - The Providence College women's hockey team dropped a Hockey East contest to the Boston College Eagles, 4-2, on Saturday, Jan. 26 at Schneider Arena.


Providence - 2 | No. 9 Boston College - 4


Providence: 17-9-0 (11-8-0 HE) | Boston College: 18-9-0 (15-7-0 HE)


Schneider Arena | Providence, R.I.


- Boston College struck early and first for the second time this weekend. Daryl Watts played the puck to the low slot where Makenna Newkirk was able to roof a shot over the shoulder of Madison Myers (Colchester, Vt.) just 45 seconds into action.

- The Friars' best chance of the opening period came late, as Maureen Murphy (Buffalo, N.Y.) and Hayley Lunny (Bedford, N.Y.) skated in on a 2-on-1. Lunny took the initial shot and Murphy had a rebound bid, but both were denied by Maddy MacArthur.

- The Eagles extended the lead to 2-0 just 2:26 into the second. Lindsey Agnew scored on a back-door feed from Watts. Keller picked up her second assist of the game on the play.

- Providence got its first power-play opportunity of the game late in the period. Lunny scored her eighth goal of the season for the Friars 15 seconds into the man-advantage. Cassidy MacPherson (Oakville, Ontario) played the puck cross-ice to Whitney Dove (Port Moody, British Columbia). She fired a shot that Lunny tipped past MacArthur to make it 2-1.

- Sara Hjalmarsson (Bankeryd, Sweden) tied the game about two minutes later with another power play goal. Murphy took a slap shot from the point that hit a defenseman in front. Hjalmarsson corralled the loose puck and buried it for her eighth goal of the season.

- MacPherson earned her second assist of the game, and ninth of the season, on the play.

- Providence had another power play early in the third, but this time it was BC that capitalized. Lindsay Agnew scored her second of the game on a short-handed rush. Newkirk assisted the play.

- The Eagles pushed the lead back to two goals at the 5:08 mark of the third. Caitrin Lonergan scored from the top of the crease off a nice set-up by Kelly Browne and Kali Flanagan.

- Myers finished with 27 saves for Providence and MacArthur made 22 for BC.

- The Eagles won the regular-season series between the teams with a record of 2-1-0.


1-0 (Boston College) - 0:45/1st - EV - Makenna Newkirk (Watts, Keller) - Shot from the low slot over Myers' shoulder

2-0 (Boston College) - 2:26/2nd - EV - Lindsay Agnew (Watts, Keller) - Back-door feed for a tap in

2-1 (Providence) - 14:17/2nd - PP - Hayley Lunny (Dove, MacPherson) - Tip from the top of the crease

2-2 (Providence) - 16:14/2nd - PP - Sara Hjalmarsson (Murphy, MacPherson) - Rebound after a blocked shot

3-2 (Boston College) - 2:10/3rd - SH - Lindsay Agnew (Newkirk) - Flip out to center ice for a breakaway

4-2 (Boston College) - 5:08/3rd - PP - Caitrin Lonergan (Browne, Flanagan) - One-time finish at the top of the crease


Providence: Madison Myers, 16-8-0: 27 saves, 4 goals against
Boston College: Maddy McArthur, 17-8-0: 22 saves, 2 goals against


Shots: 31
Face-offs: 32/61
Power plays: 2-4 (50%)
Penalty kill: 3-4 (75%)

Boston College-
Shots: 24
Face-offs: 29/61
Power plays: 1-4 (25%)
Penalty kill: 2-4 (50%)


Shots: Murphy, Lunny (5)
Goals: Lunny, Hjalmarsson (1)
Assists: MacPherson (2)
Points: MacPherson (2)


Providence plays at Merrimack next Friday (Feb. 1) at 5:00 p.m. The Friars then host UConn on Saturday, Feb. 2 at 2:00 p.m. for the annual Skating Strides game.

Game Summary

Saturday, January 26, 2019

Game statistics
31 Shots 24
1 / 4 Power Plays 2 / 4
6 / 12 PIM 6 / 12
18-9-0 Records 17-9-0
Boston College Providence
Makenna Newkirk (9)
Lindsay Agnew (7)
Hayley Lunny (8)
2nd/14:17 PP
Sara Hjalmarsson (8)
2nd/16:14 PP
Lindsay Agnew (8)
3rd/2:10 SH GW
Caitrin Lonergan (12)
3rd/5:08 PP
Boston College Providence
Maddy McArthur
59:54, 22 Saves, 2 GA
(W, 17-8-0)

Empty Net
0:06, 0 GA
Madison Myers
57:40, 27 Saves, 4 GA
(L, 16-8-0)

Empty Net
2:20, 0 GA