Andie Anastos to become sixth two-year captain in BC Women’s Hockey history

Former Honeybaked standout Andie Anastos is excelling in her freshman season at Boston College. (Photo courtesy of the Boston College Athletics Communications Office)
Former Honeybaked standout Andie Anastos is excelling in her freshman season at Boston College. (Photo courtesy of the Boston College Athletics Communications Office)

 

By @MichaelCaples –

The Boston College Women’s Hockey program announced today that Farmington Hills native Andie Anastos will be their lone captain for the 2016-17 season, making her only the sixth player in program history to be a captain for consecutive seasons.

Anastos was one of three captains last season. For 2016-17, she will wear the lone ‘C’ while Kristyn Capizzano and fellow Farmington native Megan Keller will serve as assistant captains.

“Andie was a great leader for us as a junior and I’m excited to have her use that experience to be our captain this year,” head coach Katie Crowley said. “She knows how to lead a team and what is important to keep our team going in a positive direction.”

The BC Women played to a 40-1-0 record last season. Anastos enters her senior season ranking 12th on the Eagles’ career scoring list with 102 points in 117 games.

 

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