Freshman Watts lights the lamp (x 3) for BC against UMD

On Friday, Daryl Watts’s first collegiate goal at the end of the first period was the game-winner, but that wasn’t enough as she followed it up with two more goals in the second period to help BC sweep UMD after a 4-3 win on Thursday night. BC captain Kenzie Kent opened scoring in the first while Duluth freshman Ashton Bell scored her second goal of the series to tie the game before Watts took over the scoring. Burt had 31 saves for BC while Johnson had 22 for UMD.

The win was the 250th career collegiate coaching win for BC Head Coach Katie King Crowley and Associate Head Coach Courtney Kennedy.

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