She played with the boys growing up, made a name for herself at BC, and has spent more than a decade working in the sports field after college—meet Laura Traynham Hannon.
Recently, Boston College has lived in the cellar of the ACC, as losing has become more of a norm. Blowouts, close losses, you name it. BC has seen it all.
In St. Charles, Mo., the Eagles will be tasked with facing the nation’s top-ranked team in their second straight trip to the Frozen Four.
The Eagles had six different goal scorers on the day against the Saints to punch a ticket to St. Charles, Mo. for the 2017 Frozen Four.
For the second straight night, Andie Anastos piloted an overtime victory. This time, the senior captain gathered a loose puck and flung a shot past Brittany Bulgalksi, lifting the Eagles over Northeastern and atop the Hockey East.
Two minutes into double overtime, Andie Anastos rebounded Kenzie Kent’s shot and found the back of the net, propelling BC to a 4-3 win over Vermont and sending it to Sunday’s Hockey East final.
Megan Keller scored the game-winning goal and Katie Burt registered a shutout in the Eagles’ win over the Warriors on Friday.
The Eagles dominated the Warriors in a 4-0 victory at home on Thursday afternoon to take game one of the best-of-three series.
The Eagles bounced back from a Friday loss to Providence with a convincing 3-1 victory over the Friars on Senior Day.
Providence limited the Eagles’ nation-leading power-play attack to just one special teams goal. Meanwhile, on the offensive end, the Friars lit the lamp four times, capturing a 4-1 victory over their New England rival.