ECAC Women’s Hockey Weekly Recap: October 20th, 2014

Friday, Oct. 17

Boston University 3, Clarkson 1

Freshman goaltender Shea Tiley’s shutout streak was snapped at 170 minutes when Dakota Woodworth got Boston University on the board 8:48 into the second. The Terriers took a 2-0 lead less than two minutes later, but Erin Ambrose responded for Clarkson with a goal 19 seconds after. The Golden Knights could not sustain enough of an offensive effort to mount a full comeback. | Box Score | ClarksonAthletics.com Recap

Quinnipiac 4, Maine 0

Two first-period goals from Taylar Cianfarano led the Bobcats’ offensive effort on Friday; Emma Woods and Erica Uden Johansson also chipped in, while Nicole Brown tallied two assists. Quinnipiac outshot the Black Bears by a 47-13 margin. | Box Score | QuinnipiacAthletics.com Recap

St. Lawrence 8, Robert Morris 2

The Saints’ offense exploded on Friday to earn a big non-conference win over Robert Morris. Eight different Saints scored and six different players had multi-point nights, led by Jenna Marks’ goal and two assists. It was the first time St. Lawrence has scored eight goals in a single game since Feb. 23, 2007, in a 9-1 win over Quinnipiac. | Box Score | SaintsAthletics.com Recap

Penn State 4, Union 1

Kathryn Tomaselli scored Union’s lone goal in a loss to a Nittany Lions club that has so far been very opportunistic this year. Shenae Lundberg made 32 saves in net for the Dutchwomen. | Box Score | UnionAthletics.com Recap 

New Hampshire 2, Rensselaer 1

The Engineers are still searching for their first win of the season after falling to the Wildcats on Friday. Alexa Gruschow got RPI on the board first, but the Engineers couldn’t hang on to the lead, finding themselves down 2-1 after the first and unable to pull even again. | Box Score | RPIAthletics.com Recap

Princeton 4, Brown 0 (Exhib.)

Dartmouth 4, McGill 2 (Exhib.)

The Big Green earned the win in exhibition in their first action of the new season. Kennedy Ottenbreit recorded a goal and an assist for a multi-point night, while Robyn Chemago made 15 saves in net. | Box Score | DartmouthSports.com

Saturday, Oct. 18

Boston University 5, Clarkson 2

The Golden Knights could not salvage a split on the weekend, instead falling to 3-3-0 over after being swept by the Terriers. Clarkson again did not have much of an answer for BU, and couldn’t muster enough offense to come back after falling behind 3-0 in the first. | Box Score | ClarksonAthletics.com Recap

Connecticut 2, Colgate 1

Senior Melissa Kueber scored less than five minutes into the third to tie things up at one apiece, but the Huskies found the game-winner with just five seconds remaining in the game. Ashlynne Rando recorded 23 saves between the pipes for the Raiders. | Box Score | GoColgateRaiders.com Recap

Quinnipiac 2, Maine 0

Bobcats rookie forward Taylar Cianfarano continued her stellar play, scoring her fifth goal of the year to break a scoreless tie with 14:58 remaining and lift the Bobcats to a weekend sweep. Chelsea Laden made just seven saves in net for her second-conseutive shutout. | Box Score | QuinnipiacBobcats.com Recap

St. Lawrence 3, Robert Morris 1

Sophomore defenseman Kirsten Padalis had a very strong game, leading the Saints with a goal and two assists from the blue line. Freshman goaltender Brooke Wolejko earned some playing time in net, picking up her first career win with a 15-save performance. | Box Score | SaintsAthletics.com Recap

Penn State 2, Union 2 (OT)

The Dutchwomen got another strong performance in net from Shenae Lundberg, who picked up 35 saves the second time around to help keep Union even with the Nittany Lions. Rebecca Babiak and Kelly McGrath each scored for the Dutchwomen. | Box Score | UnionAthletics.com Recap

Sunday, Oct. 19

Colgate 2, Providence 1

Annika Zalewski broke a 1-1 tie partway through the third period to help push the Raiders to a victory over the Friars. Megan Sullivan scored to get Colgate on the board in the first period, and Ashlynne Rando made 15 saves in net. | Box Score | GoColgateRaiders.com Recap

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