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Boston University Athletics | November 6, 2013

Six skaters score for No. 10 Boston University

BOSTON -- Six different skaters lit the lamp for the No. 10 Boston University to help lead the Terriers to a 6-2 win against Connecticut on Wednesday night at Walter Brown Arena.

BU (7-1-1, 4-0-0 WHEA) never trailed UConn (3-6-1, 0-2-1 WHEA), scoring the game’s first four goals to put the contest out of reach. Sophomore Alexis Woloschuk’s first collegiate goal proved to be the game winner and she was one of seven Terriers with a multi-point effort.

Freshman Victoria Hanson collected her first collegiate win thanks to a career-high 26 saves. It was her first start at Walter Brown Arena. The Terriers have now allowed three goals or fewer in each of their first nine games, a program record.

Senior Kaleigh Fratkin, junior Kayla Tutino and sophomores Sarah Lefort, Rebecca Russo and Dakota Woodworth each had a goal and an assist while freshman Samantha Sutherland added a pair of assists. Eleven different Terriers registered a point in the victory.

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