Freshman forward Abby Newhook scored two goals for the Eagles
Boston College Rallies Past New Hampshire, 3-2
Freshman forward Abby Newhook scored two goals for the Eagles

Box Score

DURHAM, N.H. - Abby Newhook scored two goals, including the game-winner with under four minutes to play, and the No. 4/4 Boston College women's hockey team came back from a two-goal deficit to earn a 3-2 win over the University of New Hampshire on Saturday night at the Whittemore Center.

UNH took a 2-0 lead early in the second period but BC scored twice in the final three minutes of the frame to cut the deficit to one. Newhook potted BC's third unanswered goal and the game-winner with 3:47 to play to complete the comeback. In addition to Newhook's two goals, Kelly Browne had two assists and Willow Corson had two points on one goal and one assist.

No. 4/4 Boston College 3, New Hampshire 2
Saturday, Oct. 16, 2021 | 7:00 p.m.
Whittemore Center | Durham, N.H.


1st, 15:31 | 0-1, UNH GOAL: With UNH on the power play, Brianna Brooks picked up a loose puck in the right circle and sent a pass to the crease that Kira Juodikis stuffed inside the left post.

2nd, 3:28 | 0-2, UNH GOAL: UNH sent a puck into the neutral zone that Brianna Brooks skated on to alone before taking it on Levy and beating her high.

2nd, 17:29 | 1-2, BC GOAL: Gaby Roy chipped the puck below the goal line and Kelly Browne was able to take it and thread a pass to the low slot for Newhook to finish five-hole.

2nd, 18:03 | 2-2, BC GOAL: From the left point, Alexie Guay sent a pass back across the slot that deflected off of Caroline Goffredo and towards the goal. Willow Corson reached with her stick and stuffed it under Harnett's glove.

3rd, 16:19 | 3-2, BC GOAL: Hannah Bilka entered the zone on the left wing and patiently circled behind the net before slotting a pass to Newhook at the hashmarks for a finish.


- The Eagles had the 28-24 lead in shots on goal ... BC went 0-for-3 on the power play while UNH was 1-for-2.

- Boston College now holds an overall mark of 29-43-6 in the all-time series with New Hampshire ... the Eagles are 12-21-4 all-time against the Wildcats on the road ... head coach Katie Crowley is now 26-14-4 against UNH.

- This marked the first time BC has come back from a two-goal deficit to win since a 7-5 win over Vermont on Jan. 17, 2020.

- With her two goals, Abby Newhook registered her first career multi-goal and multi-point game ... her second goal of the game marked her second career game-winning goal.

- Hannah Bilka's assist marked her fourth career game-winning assist while Corson's helper on the winning tally was her seventh career game-winning assist.

- Tonight marked the 100th career game for Kelly Browne and Olivia Finocchiaro.

- Abigail Levy finished with 22 saves for BC to move to 5-0-0 on the year.


New Hampshire: 0-5-1, 0-5-1 HEA Boston College: 5-0-0, 3-0-0 HEA


The Eagles will play a single game next weekend, hosting Maine on Saturday, Oct. 23.