ECAC Women’s Hockey Weekly Recap: October 6th, 2014

Thursday, Oct. 2

Syracuse 2, Colgate 1

Rookie Breanne Wilson-Bennett impressed again, scoring the Raiders’ lone goal in their first regular season match-up, but it wasn’t enough to help the team to a win. | Box Score | GoColgateRaiders.com Recap

Friday, Oct. 3

RIT 2, Union 1

Jamie Smith tallied the Dutchwomen’s lone goal, and Shenae Lundberg made 40 saves in the loss. | Box Score | UnionAthletics.com Recap

St. Lawrence 5, Clarkson 3

The Saints pulled off the upset at home against the defending national champions, thanks in large part to Brooke Webster’s two-goal night, Carmen MacDonald’s 32-save performance, and Jessica Hon’s game-winner with 2:09 left in regulation. Shannon MacAulay had two goals for Clarkson, while Christine Lambert and Brielle Bellerive each had two points on the night. | Box Score | SaintsAthletics.com Recap | ClarksonAthletics.com Recap

North Dakota 7, Rensselaer 1

Freshman Shayna Tomlinson scored the Engineers’ lone goal in the game, while goaltender Kelly O’Brien made 32 saves despite giving up all seven goals. | Box Score | RPIAthletics.com Recap | UNDSports.com Highlights

Saturday, Oct. 4

RIT 2, Union 0

The Dutchwomen could not solve RIT goaltender Ali Binnington despite putting up 32 shots on net, and unfortunately could not present the Tigers from taking the sweep either. | Box Score | UnionAthletics.com Recap

Clarkson 2, St. Lawrence 1

Erin Ambrose’s game-winner carried the Golden Knights to the first win of the year on an afternoon that saw them raise their 2013-14 national championship banner in Cheel Arena. Clarkson freshman goaltender Shea Tiley made 20 saves in the victory, while Brooke Webster scored St. Lawrence’s lone goal in the loss. | Box Score | ClarksonAthletics.com Recap | SaintsAthletics.com Recap

Bemidji State 4, Rensselaer 0

RPI could not finish off the road trip with a win, falling to the Beavers 4-0 on Saturday. Netminder Brianna Piper made 36 saves in the loss. | Box Score | RPIAthletics.com Recap

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