Junior goalie Corinne Schroeder made 33 saves for the Terriers
Schroeder Backstops Boston University to 1-0 Win Against New Hampshire
Junior goalie Corinne Schroeder made 33 saves for the Terriers

DURHAM, N.H. - The University of New Hampshire women's ice hockey team fell to the no. 9 ranked Boston University Terriers by a score of 1-0 this Saturday, February 15 at the Whittemore Center Arena.

The Wildcats outshot BU in the first two periods by a total of 28-18, but an early power play goal 10:08 into the game proved to be the difference for the Terriers. BU ties up the season series at one win apiece, with the rubber match taking place on Sunday.

UNH falls to 15-13-4 on the season, 11-11-3 in conference play, and are stuck at 25 conference points, stuck behind Providence and UConn in a tie for fourth at 28 points.

BU improves to 21-6-4, 15-6-3 in conference with 33 points, trying to lock down the #2 seed in the conference tournament.

UP NEXT: The Wildcats wrap up the season series with Boston University on Sunday, February 16 on NESN. Puck drop is scheduled for 2:30 P.M. at Walter Brown Arena.

NEXT HOME GAME: UNH wraps up the regular season next Saturday, February 22 at 2 P.M. as the Wildcats host Boston College for Senior Day. For tickets, visit UNHWildcats.com/tickets or call (603) 862-4000.


Date: Feb. 15, 2020 - 2 P.M.
Location: Whittemore Center Arena - Durham, N.H.
Attendance: 573
Score: BU 1 (21-6-4, 15-6-3 HE), UNH 0 (15-13-4, 11-11-3)


UNH (0) -
BU (1) - Kaleigh Donnelly (PP)


UNH (0) -
BU (2) - Sammy Davis, Nara Elia


UNH - Ava Boutilier - 7-10-12 - 29 (1 GA) {58:37} (L)
PSU - Corinne Schroeder - 13-15-5 - 33 (0 GA) {59:55} (W)


- BU opened the scoring halfway through the first period on a power play goal by Kaleigh Donnelly. An initial save was made by Ava Boutilier (Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island) but Donnelly poked the puck through the pads on the second effort to lead 1-0 at 10:08 into the first.

- Both teams were held scoreless in the second period as a total of five power plays occurred, two for BU and three for UNH.

- Two back to back plays New Hampshire had a stretch pass from the defensive zone to the blue line, where a winger was unmarked, but both shots were unable to find the back of the net.

- After no scoring in the third, came down to a final attempt for New Hampshire, with its own netminder pulled and a penalty kill expiring with just over 10 seconds to go; the 'Cats got the eventual 6-on-5 but the BU defense held strong to preserve the victory.


- The season series is not knotted up at 1-1-0. New Hampshire took the series opener this past October in a 4-2 victory at the Whittemore Center.

- New Hampshire is now 11-6-1 on the season when outshooting its opponent.

- It was only UNH's second loss this season when the game is decided by just one goal (5-2 this season.)

- The Wildcats have been shut out five times this season, and have shut out their opponents six times this season.


UNH: 6-12 BU: 7-14


UNH: 0-6 BU: 1-5


Points (0): --
Goals (0): --
Assists (0):--
Shots (6): Tamara Thiérus
Blocked Shots (2): Maddie Truax
Faceoffs (14): Carlee Turner


Points (1): Three players
Goals (1): Kaleigh Donnelly
Assists (1 ): Sammy Davis, Nara Elia
Shots (4): Kaleigh Donnelly
Blocked Shots (2): Alexandra Calderone, Natasza Tarnowski
Faceoffs (11): Jesse Compher

Game Summary

Saturday, February 15, 2020

Game statistics
30 Shots 33
1 / 5 Power Plays 0 / 6
7 / 14 PIM 6 / 12
21-6-4 Records 15-13-4
Boston University New Hampshire
Kaleigh Donnelly (4)
1st/10:08 PP GW
Boston University New Hampshire
Corinne Schroeder
59:55, 33 Saves, 0 GA
(W, 14-5-3)

Empty Net
0:05, 0 GA
Ava Boutilier
58:37, 29 Saves, 1 GA
(L, 10-8-2)

Empty Net
1:23, 0 GA