For the first time in four years, goaltender Thatcher Demko has two healthy hips. Now he’s ready to lead the Eagles to a title from between the pipes.
Loaded with talent, this group of nine newcomers has immediately improved BC hockey on all fronts, but York won’t call them the best ever quite yet.
Last year, BC women’s hockey was the No. 1 team in the country, but faltered in its three most important games. In 2015, the Eagles are out to capture the championship that has escaped them for 21 years.
Black and white, yin and yang, extrovert and introvert. Alex Tuch and Zach Sanford couldn’t be more different. But BC’s offense needs them both together.
BC senior defenseman Teddy Doherty is a team player, a born leader, and a perfect fit for head coach Jerry York’s mold for captain.
BC senior Alex Carpenter has been awarded nearly every individual accolade her sport offers, but her job isn’t done until the Eagles win it all.
The Heights Sports Crew—Sully, Tom, and Stedman—took a trip to the Men’s Hockey exhibition game against University of New Brunswick (kind of). They observed a lot and deliver some hot takes.
The Patty Kazmaier Memorial Award winner showed why she’s the best player in college hockey in a 4-2 win over Minnesota-Duluth.
With the one of the youngest teams in the ACC, the Eagles are already making noise this year. Imagine what can they do with some more depth and experience.
After giving up three early goals, a strong effort by Leah Settipane was not enough for BC to take the lead.