|Boston College Eagles women's ice hockey|
|Head coach||Katie King-Crowley|
14th season, 321–113–51
|Assistant coaches||Courtney Kennedy|
|Captain(s)||Maegan Beres, Cayla Barnes, Kelly Browne|
Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts
|Colors||Maroon and gold|
|Fight song||For Boston|
|NCAA Tournament Runner-up|
|NCAA Tournament Frozen Four|
|2007, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2015, 2016, 2017|
|NCAA Tournament appearances|
|2007, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2021|
|Conference Tournament championships|
|2011, 2016, 2017|
|Conference regular season championships|
|2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018|
The Boston College Eagles women's ice hockey team represent Boston College in the NCAA and participate in Hockey East. The Eagles are coached by former Olympic gold medallist Katie King-Crowley and play their home games at Conte Forum. They have won the Hockey East championship three times, and made seven trips to the Frozen Four of the NCAA tournament.
The Boston Eagles women's ice hockey program was launched in 1994, under head coach Tom O'Malley, who oversaw the development of the program for five years. In 1999, Tom Babson took the helm and coached for four seasons. In the early years, the team competed in the Eastern Collegiate Athletic Conference (ECAC) but struggled to build a competitive program.
In 2002, they joined the newly formed Hockey East Conference for women's hockey. Tom Mutch was hired as the head coach in 2003, and the program began to see greater success. The Eagles won their first Beanpot championship in 2006, and finished second in the conference that year. The following year, the team had its best season to-date, finishing 24-20-2, and qualifying for the NCAA championship tournament for the first time. The Eagles lost in the semi-finals to Minnesota-Duluth in double overtime.
Shortly after, on April 24, 2007, Tom Mutch resigned as head coach of the women's ice hockey program. The resignation came in the wake of an inappropriate relationship with Kelli Stack, a freshman who was the Hockey East Player and Rookie of the Year. The Boston Herald had printed an article earlier that day that detailed the alleged explicit text messaging that occurred between the married Tom Mutch and Stack. Mutch was forced to resign. Though a sexual relationship was never proven, the messages were said to be "filthy" by news reports at the time.
Katie King-Crowley, the Eagles assistant coach, was hired as head coach in May 2007. Courtney Kennedy became Associate head coach.
Under King-Crowley's leadership, the program became one of the most competitive in women's ice hockey. Originally from Salem, New Hampshire, she had a strong college career as a forward with Brown University. She competed in three Olympics with the U.S. National team, winning a gold medal in 1998, a silver in 2002, and a bronze in 2006. In thirteen seasons with King-Crowley as head coach, the Eagles have won three Hockey East tournament championships, lead the regular conference season four times, played in six NCAA Frozen Four tournaments, and competed in one NCAA championship final.
The 2010-2011 season was one of the first major successes in the program; the team would go on to win their first Hockey East title. In October, Taylor Wasylk was recognized as Hockey East Rookie of the Week for three consecutive weeks, the first time in Boston College Eagles women's ice hockey history that a player has won a league award for three consecutive weeks. Kelli Stack was the October 2010 Hockey East Player of the Month. She finished October 2010 with fifteen points (nine goals, six assists) in eight games for Boston College. Stack started every game at center and has accumulated points in every game. She finished the month leading the Eagles in points, goals, power play goals, and shorthanded goals. On October 31, she was involved in all three goals against Connecticut (one goal, two assists). She was part of all three goals scored at Vermont on October 15 (two goals, one assist). Against the Syracuse Orange (on October 9), Stack scored a hat trick. On February 8, 2011, with two points in the game against Boston University in the first round of the 2011 Beanpot Tournament, Kelli Stack accumulated 199 points in her career and broke BC's all-time career points record, becoming the new program leader. On March 6, 2011, the Eagles beat the Northeastern Huskies by a 3-1 tally to claim their first Hockey East Tournament championship.
In 2014-2015, the Eagles received their first #1 ranking, after starting the season undefeated. They posted a 27-0-1 record before losing a game, and went undefeated in conference play. The Eagles returned to the NCAA Frozen Four, losing in the semi-final. Alex Carpenter became the first Boston College player to win the Patty Kazmaier Award. She accumulated 81 points during the season, scoring 37 goals and registering 44 assists. King-Crowley won the national Coach of the Year award.
In 2017-2018, BC won their third straight Beanpot in the annual tournament held in February. They won a fifth straight Hockey East title, and established their best record at 30-5-3.
Daryl Watts would follow Carpenter as the second Patty Kazmaier Award winner in Eagles history, capturing the award in 2018. Watts’ end-to-end shorthanded goal against the University of New Hampshire was also recognized among the BC Eagles Athletics’ Top 10 Plays of the 2017-18 season, placing second. Winning both the Hockey East Player and Rookie of the Year Awards, she became only the second player in conference history to do so, tying a mark set by former Boston College player Kelli Stack in 2006. In 2019, fans were shocked by the sudden departure of Watts, who transferred to the Wisconsin Badgers mid-season.
Year by year
|Won Championship||Lost Championship||Conference Champions||League Leader|
|Finish||Conference Tournament||NCAA Tournament|
|2022-23||Katie King Crowley||20||15||1||Hockey East||16||11||0||4th HE||Won Quarterfinals vs. Connecticut (4-3 OT)
Lost Semifinals vs. Northeastern (0-3)
|Did not qualify|
|2021-22||Katie King Crowley||19||14||1||Hockey East||16||9||1||4th HE||Lost Quarterfinals vs. Maine (1-2)||Did not qualify|
|2020-2021||Katie King Crowley||14||6||0||Hockey East||14||4||0||2nd HE||Lost Quarterfinals vs. University of Connecticut (1-5)||Lost First Round vs. Ohio State (1-3)|
|2019-2020||Katie King Crowley||17||16||3||Hockey East||14||11||2||4th HE||Lost Quarterfinals vs. University of Connecticut (4-2, 2-0,2-1)||Did not qualify|
|2018-2019||Katie King Crowley||26||12||1||Hockey East||19||7||1||2nd HE||Won Quarterfinals vs. Connecticut (4-1, 5-4 OT)
Won Semifinals vs. Boston University, (5-1)
Lost Championship vs. Northeastern (2-3 OT)
|Lost First Round vs. Clarkson (1-2 OT)|
|2017-2018||Katie King Crowley||30||5||3||Hockey East||19||2||3||1st HE||Won Quarterfinals vs. Vermont (3-1, 6-1)
Lost Semifinals vs. Connecticut, (2-4)
|Lost First Round vs. Ohio State (0-2)|
|2016-2017||Katie King Crowley||28||6||5||Hockey East||17||4||3||1st HE||Won Quarterfinals vs. Merrimack (4-0, 1-0)
Won Semifinals vs. Vermont, (4-32OT)
Won Championship vs. Northeastern (5-0OT)
|Won First Round vs. St. Lawrence (6-0) |
Lost Frozen Four vs. Wisconsin (0-1)
|2015-2016||Katie King Crowley||40||1||0||Hockey East||24||0||0||1st HE||Won Quarterfinals vs. Maine (5-2, 5-1)
Won Semifinals vs. Connecticut (4-2)
Won Championship vs. Boston University (5-0)
|Won First Round vs. Northeastern (5-1) |
Won Frozen Four vs. Clarkson (3-2 OT)
Lost Championship vs. Minnesota (1-3)
|2014-15||Katie King Crowley||34||3||2||Hockey East||21||0||1||1st HE||Won Quarterfinals vs. Providence (6-2, 8-0)
Won Semifinals vs. Connecticut (3-1)
Lost Championship vs. Boston University (1-4)
|Won First Round vs. Clarkson (5-1) |
Lost Frozen Four vs. Harvard (1-2)
|2013-14||Katie King Crowley||27||7||3||Hockey East||19||2||1||1st HE||Won Quarterfinals vs. New Hampshire (8-1)
Won Semifinals vs. Vermont (3-1)
Lost Championship vs. Boston University (2-3)
|Lost First Round vs. Clarkson (1-3)|
|2012-13||Katie King Crowley||28||6||3||Hockey East||18||2||2||2nd HE||Won Quarterfinals vs. Maine (2-1 OT)
Lost Semifinals vs. Northeastern (1-4)
|Won First Round vs. Harvard (3-1) |
Lost Frozen Four vs. Minnesota (2-3 OT)
|2011-12||Katie King Crowley||24||10||3||Hockey East||15||4||2||2nd HE||Lost Semifinals vs. Boston University (2-5)||Won First Round vs. St. Lawrence (6-3) |
Lost Frozen Four vs. Wisconsin (2-6)
|2010-11||Katie King||24||7||6||Hockey East||13||4||4||2nd HE||Won Semifinals vs. Providence (3-2 OT)
Won Championship vs. Northeastern (3-1)
|Won First Round vs. Minnesota (4-1) |
Lost Frozen Four vs. Wisconsin (2-3)
|2009-10||Katie King||8||17||10||Hockey East||7||10||4||6th HE||Lost Quarterfinals vs. Boston University (1-3)||Did not qualify|
|2008-09||Katie King||22||9||5||Hockey East||13||5||3||2nd HE||Won Semifinals vs. Boston University (3-2)
Lost Championship vs. New Hampshire (1-2)
|Lost First Round vs. Minnesota (3-4)|
|2007-08||Katie King||14||13||7||Hockey East||9||9||3||5th HE||Did not qualify||Did not qualify|
|2006-07||Tom Mutch||24||10||2||Hockey East||15||6||0||2nd HE||Lost Semifinals vs. Providence (2-3)||Won First Round vs. Dartmouth (3-2 2OT) |
Lost Frozen Four vs. Minnesota-Duluth (3-4 2OT)
|2005-06||Tom Mutch||20||11||4||Hockey East||16||4||1||2nd HE||Won Semifinals vs. Providence (3-1)
Lost Championship vs. New Hampshire (0-6)
|Did not qualify|
|2004-05||Tom Mutch||10||20||4||Hockey East||6||11||3||4th HE||Lost Semifinals vs. Providence (1-9)||Did not qualify|
|2003-04||Tom Mutch||6||22||3||Hockey East||1||18||1||6th HE||Did not qualify||Did not qualify|
|2002-03||Tom Babson||12||17||3||Hockey East||2||10||3||6th HE||Did not qualify||Did not qualify|
|2001-02||Tom Babson||9||19||4||ECAC Eastern||5||13||3||7th ECAC E.||Lost Quarterfinals vs. Northeastern (0-4)||Did not qualify|
|2000-01||Tom Babson||6||26||0||ECAC||1||23||0||13th ECAC||Did not qualify||Did not qualify|
|1999-00||Tom Babson||6||22||2||ECAC||1||21||2||13th ECAC||Did not qualify||Did not qualify|
|1998-99||Tom O'Malley||8||22||2||ECAC||4||20||2||12th ECAC||Did not qualify||Did not qualify|
|1997-98||Tom O'Malley||10||22||1||Did not qualify||Did not qualify|
|1996-97||Tom O'Malley||9||20||1||Did not qualify||Did not qualify|
|1995-96||Tom O'Malley||9||16||2||Did not qualify||Did not qualify|
|1994-95||Tom O'Malley||15||10||1||Did not qualify||Did not qualify|
|Totals||4 coaches||27 seasons||480–355–80||.568|
As of September 11, 2022.
|3||Deirdre Mullowney||Senior||D||5' 9" (1.75 m)||2000-02-19||Newton, Massachusetts||Deerfield Academy|
|4||Keri Clougherty||Sophomore||D||5' 9" (1.75 m)||2003-01-01||Lynn, Massachusetts||Deerfield Academy|
|6||Kiley Erickson||Sophomore||D||5' 5" (1.65 m)||2002-08-14||Duxbury, Massachusetts||Milton Academy|
|7||Kate Ham||Freshman||F||5' 8" (1.73 m)||2003-06-29||Hingham, Massachusetts||Noble and Greenough School|
|8||Kara Goulding||Freshman||F||5' 8" (1.73 m)||2003-11-06||Belmont, Massachusetts||Dexter Southfield School|
|9||Maddie Crowley-Cahill||Junior||D||5' 9" (1.75 m)||2000-11-05||Haverhill, Massachusetts||Kent School|
|10||Caroline DiFiore||Senior||F||5' 4" (1.63 m)||2000-06-19||Medfield, Massachusetts||Williston Northampton School|
|11||Katie Pyne||Sophomore||F||5' 7" (1.7 m)||2002-05-14||Cohasset, Massachusetts||Noble and Greenough School|
|12||Cailin Flynn||Freshman||D||5' 9" (1.75 m)||2003-03-31||Woburn, Massachusetts||Dexter Southfield School|
|14||Abby Volo||Senior||F||5' 7" (1.7 m)||2000-05-31||Sudbury, Massachusetts||Phillips Academy|
|15||Carson Zanella||Sophomore||F||5' 6" (1.68 m)||2002-09-11||Pewaukee, Wisconsin||Tabor Academy|
|16||Alexie Guay (A)||Senior||D||5' 6" (1.68 m)||2001-01-08||Magog, Quebec||North American Hockey Academy|
|17||Christina Klinoff||Junior||F||5' 7" (1.7 m)||2002-04-25||Concord, Massachusetts||North American Hockey Academy|
|18||Kelly Browne (C)||Graduate||F||5' 6" (1.68 m)||2000-07-14||Burlington, Massachusetts||Tabor Academy|
|19||Hannah Bilka (C)||Senior||F||5' 5" (1.65 m)||2001-03-24||Coppell, Texas||Shattuck-Saint Mary's|
|20||Jenna Carpenter||Sophomore||F||5' 6" (1.68 m)||2003-10-27||Plymouth, Michigan||HoneyBaked|
|21||Abby Newhook||Sophomore||F||5' 6" (1.68 m)||2003-05-13||St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador||Tabor Academy|
|22||Olivia O'Brien||Junior||F||5' 2" (1.57 m)||2001-04-01||Duxbury, Massachusetts||Phillips Academy|
|23||Cayla Barnes (C)||Senior||D||5' 1" (1.55 m)||1999-01-07||Eastvale, California||New Hampton School|
|24||Caroline Goffredo||Junior||F||5' 5" (1.65 m)||2001-10-13||Mount Laurel, New Jersey||The Hill School|
|25||Shea Frost||Freshman||D||5' 10" (1.78 m)||2004-07-27||Andover, Massachusetts||Cushing Academy|
|26||Sidney Fess||Junior||F||5' 7" (1.7 m)||2002-05-02||Clifton Park, New York||North American Hockey Academy|
|28||Gaby Roy||Junior||F||5' 8" (1.73 m)||2001-12-09||Marshfield, Massachusetts||St. Paul's School|
|30||Janelle Kelleher||Graduate||G||5' 8" (1.73 m)||1999-10-12||Norwood, Massachusetts||University of Rhode Island|
|31||Grace Campbell||Freshman||G||5' 7" (1.7 m)||2003-04-15||Kensington, Maryland||Potomac Patriots|
|39||Abigail Levy (A)||Graduate||G||6' 1" (1.85 m)||2000-04-02||Congers, New York||Minnesota State University|
Awards and honors
- Hannah Bilka, 2020 Women's Hockey Commissioners Association National Rookie of the Year, and 2020 Hockey East Rookie of the Year
- Molly Barrow, 2019 Distinguished Fellow, Hockey East All Academic team (awarded for making the All Academic Team for all four years)
- Daryl Watts, 2018 Women's Hockey Commissioners Association National Rookie of the Year
- Katie King, 2015 AHCA Women's Ice Hockey Division I Coach of the Year
- Blake Bolden, 2011 Hockey East All-Tournament team
- Kiera Kingston, Bauer/Hockey East Goaltender of the Month, February 2010
- Ashley Motherwell, 2010 WHEA All-Rookie Team
- Molly Schaus, 2011 Bertagna Goaltending Award
- Kelli Stack, 2011 Hockey East All-Tournament team
- Kelli Stack, 2011 Hockey East Tournament Most Valuable Player
- Allie Thunstrom, 2010 WHEA Second-Team All-Star
- Allie Thunstrom, Frozen Four Skills Competition participant
- Mary Restuccia, 2011 Beanpot MVP
Patty Kazmaier Award
- Molly Schaus, 2011 First Team All-America selection
- Kelli Stack, 2011 Second Team All-America selection
- Alex Carpenter, 2015 First-Team All-America selection
- Megan Keller, 2016-17 AHCA-CCM Women's University Division I All-American 
- Daryl Watts, 2018 First-Team All-America selection
- Caitrin Lonergan, 2018 Second-Team All-America selection
- Toni Ann Miano, 2018 Second-Team All-America selection
- Cayla Barnes, 2020-21 Second Team CCM/AHCA All-American
- Kelli Stack, 2010-11 Cammi Granato Award (Hockey East Player of the Year)
Rookie of the Year
- Hannah Bilka, 2019 Hockey East Rookie of the Year
- Abby Newhook, 2022 Hockey East Rookie of the Year
Defensive Player of the Month
- Corinne Boyles, Hockey East Goaltender of the Month (Month of December 2011)
- Katie Burt, Hockey East Defensive Player of the Month (December 2014) 
- Katie Burt, Hockey East Defensive Player of the Month (January 2015) 
Player of the Month
- Kelli Stack, Hockey East Pure Hockey Player of the Month (October 2010) 
- Alex Carpenter, Hockey East Player of the Month (November 2014) 
- Haley Skarupa, Hockey East Player of the Month (December 2014) 
Rookie of the Month
- Katie Burt, Hockey East Rookie of the Month (December 2014) 
- Alexandra Carpenter, Hockey East Rookie of the Month (Month of December 2011)
- Kenzie Kent, Hockey East Rookie of the Month (November 2014) 
- Gaby Roy, 2021 Hockey East All-Rookie Team
- Alexandra Carpenter, 2014-15 Hockey East First Team All-Star
- Alex Carpenter, 2015-2016 Hockey East First Team All-Star
- Megan Keller, 2014-15 Hockey East First Team All-Star
- Megan Keller, 2015-2016 Hockey East First Team All-Star
- Emily Pfalzer, 2014-15 Hockey East First Team All-Star
- Lexi Bender, 2015-16 Hockey East First Team All-Star
- Haley Skarupa, 2015-16 Hockey East First Team All-Star
- Taylor Wasylk, Hockey East Rookie of the Week (Week of October 11, 2010)
- Taylor Wasylk, Hockey East Rookie of the Week (Week of October 18, 2010)
- Taylor Wasylk, Hockey East Rookie of the Week (Week of October 25, 2010)
Hockey Commissioners Association
- Gaby Roy, Hockey Commissioners Association Women’s Player of the Month (November 2020) 
New England hockey awards
- Kelli Stack, 2010-11 New England Women's Player of the Year
- Mary Restuccia, 2010-11 New England Women's Division I All-Stars
- Molly Schaus, 2010-11 New England Women's Division I All-Stars
- Kelli Stack, 2010-11 New England Women's Division I All-Stars
- Daryl Watts, 2017-18 First Team Hockey East
Eagles in professional hockey
|= CWHL All-Star||= NWHL All-Star||= Clarkson Cup Champion||= Isobel Cup Champion|
|Player||Position||Team(s)||League(s)||Years||Clarkson Cup||Isobel Cup Cup|
|Delaney Belinskas||Forward||Boston Pride||PHF||1 (2022)|
|Dru Burns||Defense||Boston Pride||PHF|
|Kaitlin Burt||Goaltender||Boston Pride
Dream Gap Tour
PWHPA first pick in 2017 NWHL Draft
|Alexandra Carpenter||Forward||Boston Pride
Shenzhen KRS Vanke Rays
CWHL first pick overall in 2015 NWHL Draft
|Kali Flanagan||Defense||Boston Pride||PHF||1 (2022)|
|Meghan Grieves||Forward||Worcester Blades
Dream Gap Tour
|Katelyn Kurth||Forward||Boston Blades||CWHL||2|
|Kelli Stack||Forward||Boston Blades
Kunlun Red Star
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