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(1) Ohio State in (8) Minnesota Duluth
UMD stormed out Friday, outscoring the Buckeyes 34-27 overall and 20-7 in the third quarter, but couldn’t overcome the 2-0 lead OSU built as Ohio State won 2-1. Paetyn Levis scored on the power play in the first to give the Buckeyes the lead and Emma Maltais doubled it in the third. Kylie Hanley scored a goal with the extra skater in the final minute, but UMD ran out of time and OSU took the win. In the second game, the Bulldogs stormed out and took a 2-0 lead before 10 minutes were up. From there, they would never give up the lead. Taylor Anderson grabbed a rebound and Clara Van Wieren lit the lamp less than a minute later to make it 2-0. Gabby Rosenthal quickly cut the lead to one with a quick goal to make it 2-1. Sophie Jaques scored on the power play at half time to tie the game at 2. Nina Jobst-Smith received a cross pass from Gabby Krause on the power play to put UMD up 3-2. Makenna Webster tied it at 3 early in the third, but Kylie Hanley harnessed her own rebound around the net and put it in to give the Bulldogs a 4-3 lead with around 10 to go in the third. Rosenthal was able to tie the game for Ohio State once again with a power play goal to force overtime. In the extra frame, UMD showed incredible patience, moving the puck and waiting for their chance before Van Wieren’s shot while moving between the faceoff spots ended the game and gave Minnesota Duluth a 5-4 win. .
(2) Wisconsin in the state of Bemidji
Casey O’Brien scored six points with four assists and two goals and Britta Curl earned her first career hat-trick as the Badgers exploded to win 13-1 on Friday. Maddi Wheeler, Nicole LaMantia, Lacey Eden, Sophie Shirley, Vivian Jungels, Grace Shirley, and Kirsten Simms also scored for Wisconsin in the win. Mya Hendrick botched the shutout and scored for Bemidji. The Beaver defense responded Saturday, blocking 15 shots and holding the Badgers to just a 1-0 lead going into the third. Jungels scored in the opening seconds of the second. Curl scored early in the third and then Reece Hunt cut into Badger’s lead with a power play goal to make it 2–1 with 5:31 to go. Kristin Simms made it 3-1 and Curl added an empty net to clinch the 4-1 win and weekend sweep for Wisconsin.
(10) Cornell at (3) Yale
Yale jumped out to a 4-1 lead at the halfway point in the game, but Cornell fought their way back and forced a tie in this close game on Friday. Elle Hartje’s backhand pass was tucked into the net by Anna Bargman to give Yale a 1-0 lead, but Lily Delianedis equalized for Cornell just 33 seconds later. Less than a minute after that, Jordan Ray used a quick transition to get to the Bulldogs, where he fired a glove-side shot to make it 2-1. Charlotte Welch extended the lead to 3-1 just before halftime. Midway through the second, Claire Dalton scored a two-on-one with Carina DiAntonio to stretch the lead to 4-1. Gabbie Rud made it 4-2 and then Izzy Daniel scored without an assist in the last minute of the second to make it 4-3. Rud added one more in the third to tie the game. Extra time could not solve the tie and this ended with a 4-4 draw.
(6) Colgate at (3) Yale
Four penalties in the first period offered plenty of play for special teams, but neither team was able to capitalize. In the second, Anna Bargman lit the Yale lamp at 68 seconds, but the Raiders took over from there. Over the course of just over 10 minutes, Colgate found the back of the net four times to take a 4-1 lead. Tanner Gates, Kaitlyn O’Donohoe, Elyssa Biederman and Sammy Smigliani each scored in that stretch. Carina DiAntonio was able to get one back for the Bulldogs in the final minute of the frame to send the teams to the locker room with Colgate up 4-2. Kas Betinol scored from an empty net to make it 5-2 and Elle Hartje scored one more for Yale with six seconds to go to make it a 5-3 final. Colgate handed Yale its first loss of the season.
(4) Quinnipiac in Union
Maya Labad scored twice and Sophie Urban and Kendall Cooper added a goal and an assist each to lead the Bobcats to a 5-0 victory.
(4) Quinnipiac to RPI
Quinnipiac recorded his fourth straight shutout and seventh straight win with a 3-0 victory on Saturday. Madison Chantler, Veronica Bac and Olivia Mobley each scored for the Bobcats.
State of Minnesota in (5) Minnesota
Kennedy Bobyck had the Mavericks up 1-0 late in the first Friday, but the Gophers came out of intermission and scored three in the second to go up 3-1. Abigail Boreen scored twice and Abbey Murphy scored once. Audrey Wethington added a goal in the third to secure a 4-1 win. Taylor Heise had a five-point game on Saturday to lead the Gophers to a 6-0 victory. He put his team up 1-0 with a free-kick in the first and another goal in the second. Then Abbey Murphy scored her own short-handed goal to make it 3-0. Boreen scored twice in 24 seconds, both on power plays, to extend the lead and Ella Huber scored into the empty net to close out the game.
(6) Colgate in Brown
Ten different Raiders scored points and freshman Elyssa Biederman scored her first career hat trick to lead Colgate to a 5-2 victory on Friday. Kaitlyn O’Donohoe took advantage of a pass from Danielle Serdachny to open the scoring. Tanner Gates doubled the lead before Brown responded with a goal from Anna Shelden. It was Colgate 2-1 at the first break. Biederman was responsible for the next three, firing a shot over the goalie’s shoulder on the power play, then hitting a puck off the back post and scoring a tic-tac-toe early in the third to complete her natural hat trick. Anna Gallagher scored for Brown late in the third, but the Raiders came away with the win.
(13) Vermont vs. (7) Northeast
With a goal and an assist on Friday, Maureen Murphy scored her 100th point as a Husky, something she accomplished in just 68 games. Chloe Aurard’s first-period goal stood as the only goal in the third, when Peyton Anderson doubled the lead on a play in which she stole the puck and scored without assist. Corinne McCool scored for the Catamounts to make it 2-1 and Murphy added an empty netter to secure the 3-1 win. On Saturday, the Huskies capitalized on the power play, scoring twice on player advantage in the first period. Natalie Mlynkova cut the lead in half at the midpoint of the game, but Murphy and Alina Müller used a give and take to make it 3-1. Katy Knoll and Mia Brown scored in the third to earn Northeastern a 5-1 victory and sweep of the weekend.
Merrimack at (9) Providence
Alexa Pongo was the star for Merrimack, putting them ahead in both the first and second periods, but the Friars pulled away in the second half of the game to win 4-2. Mégane Quirion had the lone assist on each of Providence’s last three goals. Reichen Kirchmair scored on the breakaway early in the second game to give the Friars a 1-0 lead. The game then went scoreless for 40 minutes. Early in the third, Noemi Neubauerova extended the lead to 2-0. Less than two minutes later, Rachel Weiss made it 3-0. Madison Oelkers put Merrimack on the board to make it 3-1, but Sara Hjalmarsson’s goal four minutes later ended any hope of a comeback and gave Providence a 4-1 victory and sweep of the weekend.
(10) Cornell at Brown
Jade Iginla scored short-handed and on the power play to put Brown up 2-0 over Cornell late in the second. It looked like this was how the teams would go to the locker room, but Izzy Daniels answered for Big Red in the last minute of the period to make it 2-1. Lily Delianedis scored twice in two minutes and Daniel added another goal to complete Cornell’s comeback win 4-2.
Harvard at (11) Clarkson
Clarkson withstood an early push from Harvard, who outshot them 7-0 to start the game, before settling in and walking away. Jenna Goodwin hit the Golden Knights’ first shot of the game and found the back of the net to put them up 1-0. Nicole Gosling doubled the lead a few minutes later to send Clarkson into the locker room 2-0. Florence Lessard extended the lead to 3-0 in the second. In the third, Gabrielle David and Olivia Hanson made it 5-0. Anne Bloomer botched the shutout, but Clarkson won 5-1.
Dartmouth at (11) Clarkson
Gabrielle David showed herself on Saturday, scoring a natural hat trick that featured a short-handed goal, an even force count and a power play goal. Anne Cherkowski and Olivia Hanson also scored to give the Golden Knights a 5-0 victory.
Syracuse at (12) Penn State
On Saturday, Kiara Zanon, Izzy Heminger, Alyssa Machado and Tessa Janecke scored to lead Penn State to a 4-0 victory. On Sunday, the Nittany Lions’ offense exploded with 11 goals, a program record for a single game. Zanon led the team with a hat-trick (her first), while Olivia Wallin and Eleri MacKay each had two goals and two assists as Penn State swept to an 11-3 victory. Madison Primeau, Lauren Bellefontaine and Mae Batherson scored for Syracuse in the loss.
(14) Connecticut in New Hampshire
Nicky Harnett made 28 saves and earned a shutout to lead UNH to a 4-0 victory on Friday. Kelly Harty, Emily Rickwood, Nicole Kelly and Marina Alvarez each lit the Wildcats’ lamp in victory. On Saturday, it was UConn goaltender Megan Warrener who led the way with 27 saves. Claire Peterson’s goal in the first period was all the Huskies needed to clinch a win and a weekend split.
(15) Princeton at RPI
Maggie Connors scored early in the first to put the Tigers up 1-0, but Hannah Price responded with just three seconds left in the frame to tie the game at 1. In the second, Sarah Fillier scored twice, scoring her number one goal. 50 in his career. He would end the night with five points. Mariah Keopple and Connors scored in the third to secure the 5-1 win.
(15) Princeton at Union
The Union earned its first win over a ranked team with a 4-1 win over Princeton on Saturday. Sophomore goalie Sophie Matsoukas made 56 saves and the team went perfect 8 of 8 on the penalty kick. In attack, the Dutch scored four goals from just 15 shots. Riley Walsh scored in the last minute of the first period to put the Union up 1-0. Emily King doubled the lead to 2-0 early in the second. Maggie Connors scored for Princeton to close the gap to 2-1. Ashley Adams scored on the breakaway and Maren Friday added an empty netter to give Union their second at Princeton.