BC Women's Hockey Achieves Highest Ranking In Program History

via Todd Huxley Smith

Eagles ranked #3 in new USCHO Poll.

It's been quite a run for the Boston College women's hockey team, who have not lost a game since October 25, a 3-2 loss to Minnesota-Duluth. The next day, they reversed that score and beat Duluth 3-2. Since then, they've been outstanding, picking up big wins and racking up huge scoring totals.

Another sign of the program's progress showed itself today, as the Eagles were ranked #3 in this week's USCHO women's Division 1 hockey poll. This is the highest ranking in program history, and matches BC's current #3 ranking in the PairWise.

In each of the past two seasons, BC finished the year #4 and won their NCAA quarterfinal game to advance to the Frozen Four, only to be beaten by Wisconsin both years. The Eagles are looking increasingly likely to be a program capable of taking that next step toward competing for a national championship.

The road to Minneapolis resumes on Wednesday night for BC as they face #9 Northeastern at Matthews Arena.

USCHO Women's D1 Poll

1. Minnesota 20-0-0
2. Harvard 11-1-1
3. Boston College 13-3-2
4. Cornell 10-3-0
5. Clarkson 15-5-0
6. Boston University 11-3-3
7. Mercyhurst 14-3-1
8. Wisconsin 12-6-2
9. Northeastern 11-6-2
10. Ohio State 14-5-1

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