Terrier Women's Hockey
The women’s ice hockey team is coming off its best season in program history, as BU was an NCAA finalist and won its second straight Hockey East title in 2012-13. The Terriers also won their second Hockey East regular-season title en route to a 28-6-3 overall record. The 28 wins are a program record and BU finished the year ranked second in the nation.
In 2013-14, the Terriers will look to advance to their fifth straight NCAA tournament and third Frozen Four in four seasons. Three of the team’s top six scorers from last season will return, including sophomore Sarah Lefort (24g, 19a), senior captain Louise Warren (15g, 19a) and junior Kayla Tutino (15g, 13a). Senior goaltender Kerrin Sperry will once again start between the pipes after she posted a 24-5-3 record last season, including four shutouts.
Head coach Brian Durocher will enter his ninth season at the helm of the Boston University women's ice hockey team in 2013-14. The 36-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 159-93-37 overall record in eight 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.