Boston Terriers Womens Hockey Tickets
Division and Conference: NCAA Division I, The Hockey East Association
Head Coach: Brian Durocher
2018-2019 Record: 21-8-8 Overall, 15-6-6 Conference, 9-4-5 Home, 12-3-2 Away, 0-1-1 Neutral
Rivals: Boston College Eagles
Boston Terriers Women's Hockey TicketsThe Boston Terriers women's hockey team has been around since 1974. However, it wasn't part of the NCAA until 2005. After joining the Hockey East Association of the NCAA, the team played well but didn't make it to conference tournament or NCAA Tournament play for its first couple of years. Then, in 2008, the team garnered its first conference tournament appearance. It hasn't failed to appear since then. On top of that, the Terriers have won five of those conference tournaments. In 2010, the Terriers made it to the NCAA tournament for the first time and would do so every year until 2016. Since 2016, they haven't qualified for NCAA Tournament play. In 2019, the Terriers ended their season with a loss to their rivals at Boston College. Despite not winning the championships, various team members earned top accolades, including then sophomore Jesse Compher, who was named a First Team All-Star, and Sammy Davis and Abby Cook, who were both second-team selections. Grab your Boston Terriers women's hockey tickets today at StubHub.
What is the home arena for the Boston Terriers women's hockey team?The Boston Terriers women's hockey team calls the Walter Brown Arena its home. This 3,806-capacity rink is solely dedicated to the women's ice hockey team, as the men's team plays its games in the Agganis Arena.
What is Coach Durocher's background in hockey?The 2020 season is Coach Durocher's 15th season with the Terriers. He is the only coach to lead the team since it moved into the NCAA. Under his guidance, they've only had three losing seasons and have an unbroken string of conference tournament appearances dating back to the 2007-2008 season. Durocher was also a player at BU and a four-year letterman. In 1978, he helped lead his team to an NCAA Division I National Championship. Durocher didn't waste time after graduating and began his coaching career immediately. His first gig was at American International College. He worked there for two seasons and then joined the BU staff as an assistant between 1980 and 1985, after which he went to work as a recruiter for Colgate University. He left Colgate after the 1992 season and became an assistant coach at Brown University before returning to BU in 1996 to work with the men's hockey program.
Who are the all-time goals leaders in Boston Terriers women's hockey history?The all-time goals leader in BU history is Victoria Bach. She was a member of the class of 2018 and walked away with 104 goals. The next in line is Sarah Lefort, who graduated in 2016. She was the record holder with 92 goals before Bach toppled her stat. In third place is Marie-Philip Poulin, Class of 2015, with 81 goals. Rebecca Leslie, Class of 2018, comes next with 69 goals, and in fifth place is Jenelle Kohanchuk from the Class of 2013 with 66 goals.
Who is the associate head coach for the Boston Terriers women's hockey team?Liz Keady Norton was appointed the associate head coach for the Terriers in May 2019. Before that, she was an assistant coach for two years. Before coaching at BU, Norton was an assistant coach at Harvard for two years. During her tenure with the Crimson, she focused her efforts on the forwards, some of whom garnered conference honors, such as Sydney Daniels who was a 2016-2017 All-Ivy League Selection.
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