Friday November 9, 2012 Results: St. Cloud St. defeats Lindenwood 2-0 & RIT fall 2-1 to Colgate
Offensive Struggles Continue For Women's Hockey *
RECAP BY Daniel Newton * LINDENWOOD Sports Information Director
The Lindenwood women's hockey team continues to struggle
offensively as it fell on Friday afternoon by a 2-0 score against
St. Cloud State.
The only goal for the first 50 minutes of the game came in the first period when St. Cloud State scored an even-strength goal at the 15:17 mark. After being dominated in shots during the first period, Lindenwood began to narrow that advantage in the second and third periods. Midway through the third period, though, penalties got Lindenwood in trouble. The Huskies went on a five-and-three power play and scored the final goal of the game at the 12:58 mark.
St. Cloud State had a 46-21 advantage in shots in the contest. Nicole Hensley stopped 95.7 percent of the shots she faced for Lindenwood, while St. Cloud State's Julie Friend made 21 saves in earning the shutout. Alison Wickenheiser led Lindenwood with five shots on goal, two more than Lyndsay Kirkham and Jocelyn Slattery.
The Lady Lions fall to 0-9-0 on the season. Lindenwood and St. Cloud State will complete the series on Saturday afternoon at 2 p.m....
WOMEN'S HOCKEY COMES UP SHORT ON THE ROAD AT COLGATE * BOX SCORE
RIT recap by Joe Venniro - Director of Sports Information
HAMILTON, NY – The RIT women's
hockey team (4-4-1) had its three-game unbeaten streak snapped by
Colgate University (3-7-1) by a score of 2-1 on Friday evening at
Starr Rink. Taylor Volpe scored an unassisted, shorthanded goal
with 8:25 left in regulation, breaking a 1-1 tie.
With RIT on the power play, passing back and forth between defenders at the top of the circles. Volpe read the pass and intercepted the puck. She deked the Chamberlain and shot low glove side to put the Raiders up 2-1.
Colgate (3-7-1) was led by Vople and Nicole Gass. Gass's goal tied the game at 1-1, grabbing her first of the season. Susan Allen made the start for the Raiders stopping 19 shots, including six big saves in the third period.
Katie Hubert (Burlington, Ontario/Burlington Nelson) scored RIT's lone goal, on the power-play. Laura Chamberlain(Norco, CA/Norco) was solid in net, stopping 29 shots......