Ohio State Defeated By Boston University, 5-3
Senior forward Julia McKinnon has goal and assist for Buckeyes

Senior forward Julia McKinnon had a goal and an assist for the Buckeyes
Prd Time  Team Score Type Scored By Assists
1st 3:58  BU1-0 PP Kayla Tutino (4)Victoria Bach/10, Sarah Lefort/10
1st 19:59  BU2-0 EV Rebecca Leslie (5)Jordan Juron/2
2nd 16:21  BU3-0 PP Sarah Lefort (6)Victoria Bach/11, Rebecca Leslie/19
2nd 19:55  OSU1-3 EV Madison Field (6)Julia McKinnon/3, Julianna Iafallo/7
3rd 1:44  BU4-1 EV GW Victoria Bach (8)Lillian Ribeirinha-Braga/6
3rd 2:24  OSU2-4 EV Julia McKinnon (1) -
3rd 3:56  OSU3-4 EV Kendall Curtis (9)Claudia Kepler/5, Dani Sadek/9
3rd 10:33  BU5-3 PP Victoria Bach (9)Alexis Crossley/4, Kayla Tutino/9
Scoring 1st 2nd 3rd Final
Ohio State  0123
Boston University  2125
Shots on Goal 1st 2nd 3rd SOG
Ohio State  914629
Boston University  119727
Team Stats and Records  PP PIM SHGF
Ohio State (6-10-0)  0/4 4/8 0
Boston University (11-7-0)  3/4 4/8 0
Ohio State Goaltending MIN GA 1 2 3 Saves
Alex LaMere (L, 4-7-0)58:005 98522
Empty Net2:000     
Boston University Goaltending MIN GA 1 2 3 Saves
Erin O'Neil (W, 7-2-0)60:003 913426

Columbus, Ohio- Ohio State (6-10-0) closed out its weekend in Vermont at the Windjammer Classic with a 5-3 loss to Boston University (10-7-0) on Sunday afternoon.

The Terriers jumped out with the first goal of the game, scoring on the power play at the 3:58 mark of the first period after an Ohio State tripping penalty. They would score again very late in the period to go up 2-0 after the first 20 minutes of play; the second goal was eventually determined to be good after an extensive video review by officials. Rebecca Leslie's goal was credited as happening at the 19:59 mark of the period. Boston outshot the Buckeyes 11-9 for the period, with seven of its shots coming on its two power play chances.

Another opportunity with an extra skater came after an Ohio State skater was whistled for cross-checking at the 15:00 mark of the period. Boston's Sarah Lefort took advantage of that, scoring the Terriers' second power play goal of the game to put her team ahead 3-0. It would be the only power play chance of the period for Boston, but it made the most of it by firing off six shots. The Buckeyes would get on the board though, thanks to Maddy Field's goal with just five seconds remaining in the period. Julia McKinnon was credited with an assist on the goal that cut Ohio State's deficit to 3-1.

A flurry of scoring opened up the final frame, with three goals being scored in the first four minutes of the period. Boston's Victoria Bach found the back of the net just 1:44 into the period to put her team up 4-1. A couple Buckeye goals followed that up: McKinnon notched her first goal of the year at the 2:23 mark and Kendall Curtis followed that up with her team-leading ninth score just 92 second later to bring Ohio State within one, 4-3. Claudia Kepler and Dani Sadek added assists on Curtis's goal, giving them six and nine on the season respectively.

Despite mounting a comeback to begin the third period, Boston would have the final score of the game when Bach registered her second goal of the period and the Terriers' third power play goal of the game just after the halfway point of the frame. That would put Boston up 5-3, which held as the game's final score. Though Ohio State outshot Boston 29-27 on the day, it allowed three power play goals for the second time in three games and 14 power play shots today.

The loss drops the Buckeyes to 6-10-0 overall on the year entering an off weekend. They'll next take the ice on Dec. 11-12 in their return to the OSU Ice Rink when they host Minnesota Duluth for a two-game series.