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UConn Travels to BC, Providence

Feb. 2, 2017

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UConn at Boston College

UConn at Providence

Date & Time

Friday, Feb. 3 | 7 p.m.

Sunday, Feb. 5 | 2 p.m.


Conte Forum

Schneider Arena


Boston, Mass.

Providence, R.I.

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STORRS, Conn. – After snapping a five-game losing skid, the UConn women’s ice hockey team begins its four-game road stretch at Boston College on Friday, Feb. 3 and will follow that up at Providence on Sunday, Feb. 5.

The Huskies snapped their five-game loss streak after splitting the series with Vermont this past weekend. After the Catamounts claimed a 4-2 victory in game one Friday, two goals from junior Leah Lum (Richmond, B.C.) lifted the Huskies to victory on Saturday, 2-1.

Lum was named the Warrior Hockey East Player of the Week after she earned three out of UConn’s four goals in the series against Vermont. She currently leads the team in goals (17) and points (25) and has tallied at least one point in the last four consecutive contests.

1. Leah Lum – 22 points (14g, 8a)
2. Briana Colangelo – 20 points (7g, 13a)
3. Theresa Knutson – 17 points (8g, 9a)

Junior goaltender Annie Belanger (Sherbrooke, Quebec) finished with a combined 60 saves against the Catamounts, including a 38 save performance in Saturday’s 2-1 victory.

Record: 20-3-4, 15-2-2 WHEA
The Series: 28-14-7, BC leads
Last Time Out: Oct. 29, 2016 | Chesnut Hill, Mass.| BC wins 5-1

Boston College is riding a 15-game unbeaten streak. The Eagles have not lost since Nov. 5, 2016 after they fell short of Boston University 5-3 at Walter Brown Arena. Since then, BC has gone 13-0-2 with draws coming against Northeastern and BU.

Most recently, Boston College advanced to its fifth-straight Beanpot championship game with a 3-2 comeback win against BU. After trailing the Terriers 2-1 after two periods, the Eagles scored two in the third to advance past BU 3-2 in the end.

1. McKenna Newkirk – 33 points (12g, 21a)
2. Andie Anastos – 29 points (12g, 17a)
3. Caitrin Lonergan – 26 points (10g, 16a)

The Huskies and the Eagles met earlier this season for a home-and-home series. BC swept UConn 3-0 in game one and 5-1 on the Eagles’ home ice. Junior Theresa Knutson (Onalaska, Wis.) scored UConn’s only goal of the series.

Record: 14-12-2, 9-7-2 WHEA
The Series: 32-15-6, Providence leads
Last Time Out: Jan. 15, 2017 | Providence, R.I.| PC wins 4-1

Scoring 11 goals in two games, Providence swept Maine on the road this past weekend at Alfond Arena. Six different goal scorers put the Friars on top 6-4 in game one of the series, while Kate Freisen led the team with three points in game two as PC claimed a 5-2 victory.

The Friars are 2-1-1 since their last meeting with the Huskies on Jan. 15. In addition to their two-game sweep against Maine, Providence was 0-1-1 against BU. The Friars and the Terriers played to a 5-5 tie after overtime in the first meeting of the series, but BU claimed the win 5-2 the second go-around. 

1. Cassidy Carels – 28 points (16g, 12a)
2. Brooke Boquist – 25 points (15g, 10a)
3. Blair Parent – 21 points (10g, 11a)
    Christina Putigna – 21 points (7g, 14a)

The Friars swept the Huskies back in January. PC defeated UConn 5-2 in the first meeting at Freitas and followed that up with a 4-1 victory at Schnieder Arena the next day. Sophomore Jaime Fox (Unionville, Ont.), senior Kelly Harris (Canton, Mich.) and junior captain Justine Fredette (Winnipeg, Manitoba) notched goals for UConn in the series with PC.


The Huskies will continue their road stretch at Maine for two games, beginning on Friday, Feb. 10. Friday’s puck drop is set for 7 p.m. and the Huskies will close out the series with the Black Bears on Saturday, Feb. 11 at 2 p.m.