Two goals and an assist for Mary Restuccia. A goal and an assist for Danielle Welch. A goal for Andrea Green.
If we keep seeing results like that from the Class of 2012, look out - BC may become a fixture in the top ten this season.
Welch's second career goal came on a pinpoint pass from the point by Maggie Taverna; Welch was wide open at the far post and stuffed it past Van der Bliek for the goal:
Mary Restuccia's first collegiate goal came four minutes into the third period; she broke in 2-on-1 with Meghan Fardelmann and made the wise decision to hang on to the puck, blasting it through Van der Bliek to give BC a 4-1 lead at the time. She later iced the game with an empty netter from just past the BC blue line, making it a 5-2 final.
The student section (all 5 of us...ha) chanted "Ma-ry, Ma-ry," to the delight of the team on the bench, who gave their freshman star well-deserved pats on the back for a very well-played game.
And don't forget about the Class of 2010 - Kelli Stack opened the scoring for BC, putting in a rebound after Allie Thunstrom had a near-miss:
I don't want to go too overboard just yet, but BC sits at 2-0-2 after 4 games against quality opposition. Not bad at all. The Eagles are likely to be #9 in Monday's USCHO poll.
My fan poll:
9. St. Lawrence