Senior forward Kelly Browne scored the game-winner with 4:51 remaining for the Eagles
Browne Goal Sends Boston College Past New Hampshire, 2-1
Senior forward Kelly Browne scored the game-winner with 4:51 remaining for the Eagles

Box Score

CHESTNUT HILL, Mass. - The No. 4/4 Boston College women's hockey team earned a home-opening 2-1 win over the New Hampshire Wildcats on Friday afternoon at Kelley Rink.

Jillian Fey scored midway through the second period for the 1-0 lead and then Kelly Browne answered a UNH goal late in third period for the 2-1 in. Abigail Levy made 30 saves in the win.

No. 4/4 Boston College 2, New Hampshire 1
Friday, Oct. 15, 2021 | 2:00 p.m.
Kelley Rink at Conte Forum | Chestnut Hill, Mass.


2nd, 8:45 | 1-0, BC GOAL: Hannah Bilka drove to the net and got a shot into the pads, drive to the left post and then centered the rebound to the top of the crease. A crashing Jillian Fey then finished it past Ava Boutilier.

3rd, 14:56 | 1-1, UNH GOAL: A two-on-one rush saw Abigail Levy make the initial save but the rebound popped out to the slot and Brianna Brooks one-timed it empty net.

3rd, 15:09 | 2-1, BC GOAL: Off of the face-off at center ice, Kelly Browne picked the puck up at the red line and skated into the zone. She cut in at the right circle and then once she hit the left, wristed a shot back across her body and off the crossbar and in.


- Boston College had the 41-31 lead shots on goal ... both teams went 0-for-4 on the advantage.

- Boston College now holds an overall mark of 28-43-6 in the all-time series with New Hampshire ... the Eagles are 17-21-2 all-time against the Wildcats at Kelley Rink ... head coach Katie Crowley is now 25-14-4 against UNH.

- Sidney Fess registered the first multi-point game of her career ... she now has three points on the year.

- Kelly Browne's game-winning goal marked the fifth of her career.

- Through the first four games of the season, BC has eight different goal scorers.

- Abigail Levy finished with 30 saves for BC ... she made 16 saves in the second period.


New Hampshire: 0-4-1, 0-4-1 HEA
Boston College: 4-0-0, 2-0-0 HEA


The Eagles will travel to the Whittemore Center for a 7 p.m. contest against the Wildcats.