Terrier Women's Hockey
The women’s ice hockey team is coming off an impressive 2011-12 campaign, finishing with a 23-14-1 overall record and capturing the program’s second Hockey East title in three seasons with a thrilling double overtime win over Providence. The Terriers advanced to the NCAA tournament for the third consecutive year and came within one goal of reaching the Frozen Four for the second straight season.
In 2012-13, the Terriers will return many key members from last year’s team that ended the season ranked fifth in the nation. Four 20-point scorers in Isabel Menard (48), Kayla Tutino (39), Marie-Philip Poulin (25) and Jill Cardella (21) will be back along with junior Kerrin Sperry, who will resume her role as the starting goaltender.
Head coach Brian Durocher will enter his eighth season at the helm of the Boston University women's ice hockey team in 2012-13. The 35-year coaching veteran looks to build on the team's recent success and continue establishing the Terriers as one of the nation's elite. Durocher has guided the Terriers women's ice hockey program since its inception, leading BU to a 131-87-34 overall record in seven seasons.
Walter Brown Arena
Walter Brown Arena at Case Center is the home of Terrier women's ice hockey. Walter Brown Arena is located at 285 Babcock Street.