Boston University beat Massachusetts

Boston University won its home game against Massachusetts on Saturday, ending 5-1.

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Boston University won its home game against Massachusetts on Saturday, ending 5-1.

The Terriers took the lead halfway through the first period, with a goal from Ryan Greene. Luke Tuch and Quinn Hutson assisted.

The Terriers increased the lead to 2-0 with a goal from Jamie Armstrong late into the first, assisted by Ty Gallagher and Sam Stevens.

Case McCarthy scored halfway through the second period, assisted by Wilmer Skoog and Matt Brown.

The Minutemen narrowed the gap to 3-1 within the first minute of the third period when Eric Faith scored, assisted by Reed Lebster and Cal Kiefiuk.

Nick Zabaneh increased the lead to 4-1 eight minutes later, assisted by Ethan Phillips and Jay O'Brien.

Jay O'Brien increased the lead to 5-1 just one minute later, assisted by Matt Brown and Case McCarthy.

Next up:

Both teams are back in action on Friday, with the Terriers hosting Northeastern at 6 p.m. CST, and the Minutemen visiting New Hampshire at 6 p.m. CST.