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(4) Colgate at Dartmouth
Cally Dixon showed great vision early in this game when she intercepted a Colgate pass in the zone and took it straight into the net to give Dartmouth an early 1-0 lead. Kalty Kaltounková returned the favor later in the period when Neena Brick was able to break the zone exit attempt. Kaltounková quickly caught the loose puck and lobbed a shot past Dartmouth’s Maggie Emerson to tie the game. The Big Green took a lead with 5.2 seconds remaining in the first when a Kenzie Bachelor spot shot bounced right in front of Laura Fuoco. In the second, Tessa Folk took the puck up the boards and cut sharply to the bottom of the circle of engagement before beating Hannah Murphy with a short angle to the corner. The Raiders were on a power play to close out regulation time and Danielle Serdachny found a spot in the high slot to grab a pass and catch the defense out of position before sending it home to give Colgate a 3-2 win. .
(4) Colgate at Harvard
First-half goals from Katie Chan, Dara Greig and Danielle Serdachny put Colgate up 3-0. They carried the lead into the third frame before the Crimson came alive, scoring four unanswered in twelve minutes to take a 4-3 lead. Neena Brick tied the game again with less than five to go and Kalty Kaltounková became the hero with 4.4 seconds left to give the Raiders the 5-4 win.
(7) Minnesota Duluth in the state of St. Cloud
Gabbie Hughes, a top-three finisher for Patty Kazmaier, left the game in the first period and UMD struggled a bit to recalibrate in her absence, but Clara Van Wieren and Anneke Linser scored in the first period and that was enough to give UMD the victory. Emma Soderberg made 14 saves. SCSU racked up 14 blocks in the loss. Hughes did not play on Saturday and defender Ashton Bell moved up to the center of the Bulldogs’ top line, but Minnesota Duluth was able to adjust to the changes and win 5-1 and sweep the weekend. Maggie Flaherty’s power play goal put UMD up 1-0 after the first. In the second, Naomi Rogge hit a discus to give the Bulldogs a 2-0 lead and Rogge her 100th career point. Mannon McMahon pushed it to 3-0 before the end of the second. Just 36 seconds into the third, Bell made it 5-0 and Flaherty added another late in the game to make it 5-0. Grace Wolfe’s goal in the last minute ruined the shutout.
(8) Northeastern vs. Boston College
Alina Müller and Katy Knoll each scored twice and added an assist, while Chloe Aurard collected three assists as Northeastern won 4-0 at home on Friday. The Huskies outscored BC 43-15 in the victory. In the second game, the same two players were the stars of the show, as Müller and Knoll each scored a goal to give Northeastern a 2–0 victory. Gwyneth Philips won the shutout in every game for the Huskies.
(9) Cornell at Harvard
The Crimson earned their third consecutive victory over the Big Red on Saturday thanks to goals from Kristin Della-Rovere and Jade Arnone. Goalkeeper Alex Pellicci made 30 saves in the 2-0 victory and the team scored 15 blocks.
(9)Cornell at Dartmouth
The goals came in droves on Friday in Hannover. Things started with Lily Delianedis scoring in the opening minutes of the game to put Cornell up 1-0. Dartmouth responded strongly, scoring four unanswered goals to give them a 4-1 lead before the first intermission. Currie Putrah scored twice and Carlie Primomo and Kenzie Bachelor each lit the Big Green’s lamp. Cornell restarted during the period break and came out quickly in the second. Kaitlin Jockims cruised to a 4-2 game 70 seconds into the second. Alyssa Regalado cut the lead to one and then Georgia Schiff scored twice to give the Big Red a 5-4 lead. Scoring his second consecutive five-goal, McKenna pushed the lead to 6-4 in the final minute of the second. Laura Fuoco scored a power play goal in the third to make it 6-5, but Dartmouth couldn’t close the gap and Cornell cruised to a 6-5 win.
(14) Connecticut at (10) Providence
The entire score in Friday’s game happened in less than five minutes in the first. Rachel Weiss put Providence up 1-0 with an unassisted goal. But UConn responded quickly with two goals, one from Amy Landry and one from Brooke Campbell. Tia Chan made 25 saves for the Huskies and the team made 21 blocks to keep the Friars off the board and give Connecticut the win. On Saturday, Noemi Neubauerova scored for Providence to put it up 1-0 in the first. That score would stand for 34 minutes of play before UConn could respond. Jada Habisch scored twice in four minutes to give the Huskies a lead they wouldn’t give up.
(11) Clarkson at St. Lawrence
Olivia Hanson’s goal in the first two minutes of the match put Clarkson up 1-0. But St. Lawrence responded in the second half of the opening period when Julia Gosling scored with even force and on the power play. Darcie Lappan tied the game at two early in the second. Chloé Puddifant hit a go-ahead power play goal with just 3.1 seconds left to send the Saints to the locker room 3-2. Gabrielle David and Nicole Gosling helped spur the Golden Knights’ comeback with goals early in the third. Abby Hustler scored late for St. Lawrence to force overtime, but Gretchen Branton finished for Clarkson in the extra frame to give them the 5-4 win. After the frenzy of the first game, Saturday’s meeting in St. Lawrence was serious business. Michelle Pasiechnyk had 27 saves, the Golden Knights had 15 blocks and Lappan had his 10th of the season to lead Clarkson to a 1-0 win.
Brown in (12) Penn State
Olivia Wallin scored on the power play in the first frame to put the Nittany Lions up 1-0. Alyssa Machado and Tessa Janecke each lit the torch in the second to secure a 3-0 win for PSU. The two teams play again on Monday afternoon.
Boston University in (13) Vermont
Special teams were on display Friday afternoon as 12 penalties were awarded and all three goals scored came on the power play. Natálie Mlýnková put the Catamounts on the board midway through the game, but Sydney Healey answered for Boston University a minute later. Mlýnková scored in the first two short of the second and that’s all Vermont needed to secure a 2-1 win. On Saturday, Lacey Martin scored 19 seconds into overtime, her third point of the day, to win a division for the Terriers and secure a 4-3 win. Julia Nearis won the puck in her own zone and set the boards in motion. Martin took off and hit defenders on the ice to get wide open for Nearis’s centered pass. Theresa Schafzahl scored first to give Vermont a 1-0 lead midway through the first. Nearis and Martin scored power play goals within two minutes of each other late in the first frame to send Boston University to the locker room up 2-1. The Catamounts struggled there with an extra goal attacked by Ellice Murphy in the second. Lily Humphrey added her own power play goal as Vermont gave them the lead with less than six left in regulation. Before capping off the night with the game-winning assist, she set up the game-attempting goal with a dangle pass to Madison Cardaci to tie the game with less than five minutes left.
Syracuse at (15) Princeton
Katherine Khramtsov scored her first career goal, Sarah Fillier had a three-point night and four different Tigers lit the lamp to lead Princeton to a 4-2 victory. Fillier, Cormier and Maggie Connors had Princeton up 3-0 after the first. Khramtsov increased the lead to 4-0 just before the second intermission. Syracuse began to rally in the second, with goals from Rhea Hicks and Sarah Thompson, but ran out of time as the Tigers cruised to victory. On Saturday, Issy Wunder scored her first career goal in a single time in the slot and that’s all Princeton needed to take the win and sweep the weekend.