ECAC Women’s Hockey Weekly Recap: October 13th, 2014

Friday, Oct. 10

Colgate 6, Robert Morris 3

Miriam Drubel scored twice and Megan Sullivan netted two on the power play to help lift Colgate to a notable non-conference win. Ashlynne Rando made 30 saves in a solid performance in net. | Box Score | Recap

Boston College 2, St. Lawrence 1

Carmen MacDonald made 41 saves in net, but unfortunately the Saints came up just short against the Eagles. Jenna Marks scored St. Lawrence’s lone goal in the loss. | Box Score | Recap

Connecticut 4, Union 2

The Dutchwomen fell to UConn in their home opener on Friday night, with Shenae Lundberg making 40 stops in net. Jessica Kaminsky and Kathryn Tomaselli scored for Union. | Box Score | Recap

Saturday, Oct. 11

Clarkson 5, Providence 0

Freshman goaltender Shea Tiley recorded her first career shutout with a 14-save performance, while junior forward Cayley Mercer scored two goals and sophomore forward Genevieve Bannon tallied a goal and an assist. | Box Score | Recap

Quinnipiac 3, Penn State 0

Freshman forward Taylar Cianfarano, junior defenseman Cydney Roesler, and Nicole Kosta all recorded two-point nights in the victory. Chelsea Laden earned the shutout in net, making 10 saves. The Bobcats completely blanked Penn State in the third, giving up zero shots on goal in the final 20 minutes. | Box Score

Robert Morris 2, Colgate 1

The Raiders could not complete the sweep on Saturday, falling just a goal short against the Colonials. Taylor Craig scored Colgate’s lone goal in the loss. | Box Score | Recap

Vermont 4, Rensselaer 2

The Engineers could not hold on to a 2-1 lead on Saturday, giving up three third-period goals to the Catamounts. Ali Svoboda and Mariana Walsh scored for RPI, and Kelly O’Brien made 34 saves in net. | Box Score | Recap

Boston College 2, St. Lawrence 2

The Saints earned a big tie against one of the nation’s top teams, after freshman forward Kennedy Marchment knotted it at two apiece with just 4:08 remaining in regulation. Carmen MacDonald made 32 saves in net to help the team tie. | Box Score |

Union 1, Connecticut 0

Shenae Lundberg is now number one in career shutouts for the program after picking up the fourth of her career against UConn with a 33-save effort. Senior forward Christine Valente netted the winner for the Dutchwomen. | Box Score | Recap

Princeton 4, McGill 2 (Exhib.)

Sunday, Oct. 12

Clarkson 3, Providence 0

Tiley earned her second-straight shutout over the Friars, making 22 saves in the game, including 12 in the third period to preserve the lead. Genevieve Bannon and Cayley Mercer scored for the Golden Knights before Bannon added her second with an empty-netter. | Box Score | Recap

Quinnipiac 1, Penn State 1 (OT)

The Bobcats could not get more than one past Penn State goaltender Hannah Ehresmann despite firing 46 shots at her, and had to settle for the tie. Shiann Darkangelo scored a shorthanded goal to get Quinnipiac on the board in the second period. | Box Score | Recap

Rensselaer 2, Vermont 2 (OT)

Whitney Renn and Lauren Wash scored to help the Engineers earn the tie on the road, and Brianna Piper made 34 saves between the pipes. | Box Score | Recap

Yale 2, McGill 0 (Exhib.)

Freshmen forwards Eden Murray and Courtney Pensavalle scored for the Bulldogs, while Jaimie Leonoff was in net for the win, making 24 saves in the shutout. | Box Score | Recap

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