The Eagles lost some real talent to graduation in Danielle Doherty, Erin Kickham, Emily Field, Kate Leary, and, particularly, Patty Kazmaier Award finalist Emily Pfalzer, but the incoming crop of talented freshmen look ready to fill the void left by the departing seniors.
|D||Grace Bizal||Minnetonka, MN|
|D||Erin Connolly||South Boston, MA|
|F||Ryan Little||Guilford, VT|
|F||Makenna Newkirk||Scottsdale, AZ|
|F||Molly Slowe||Medfield, MA|
|D||Serena Sommerfield||Greenwich, CT|
Grace Bizal is the class's only USA U18 product, after welcoming a few in last year's class. But all but one of the remaining freshmen each participated in USA Hockey National Development Camps for four consecutive years. The only one who didn't, Erin Connolly, "only" managed to help her powerhouse club team, Assabet Valley, to two national championships while on the roster.
This certainly appears to be a deep class for the Eagles, and combined with the return of the highest scoring line in all of college hockey (men's and women's, D1 and D3), BC is hoping that it has all the pieces to put together a run to avenge its heartbreaking 2015 campaign.