ECAC Women’s Hockey Weekly Recap: November 3rd, 2014

Monday, Oct. 27

Princeton 4, Penn State 1

The Tigers rebounded from their loss to the Nittany Lions the previous night. Cristin Shanahan scored the game-winner, and Kelsey Koelzer notched two assists for Princeton, while Kimberly Newell made 12 saves in the win. | Box Score | Recap

Tuesday, Oct. 28

Clarkson 5, St. Lawrence 0

The Golden Knights continued to pour it on offensively, thanks to a hat trick and four-point night from captain Shannon MacAulay. Cayley Mercer was right behind her with a goal and two assists, and Geneviève Bannon netted a goal and two points. Shea Tiley made 19 saves for her third shutout of the season. Carmen MacDonald had 25 saves for the Saints. | Box Score | Recap | Recap

Friday, Oct. 31

Clarkson 5, Brown 1

Five different Golden Knights scored in the win; freshman defenseman Savannah Harmon led the team with a goal and two assists while captain Shannon MacAulay tallied a goal and an assist. Shea Tiley made 18 saves in the win. Defenseman Lauren Vella scored Brown’s lone goal in the loss. | Box Score | Recap | Recap

Quinnipiac 4, Colgate 1

Nicole Connery scored two goals and three points and led all Quinnipiac players with seven shots to help carry the Bobcats to the win, while Taylar Cianfarano notched three assists to extend her team lead in points to 11. Cydney Roesler grabbed the game-winner in the second period. Megan Sullivan scored the Raiders’ lone goal, and Ashlynne Rando made 27 saves in the loss. | Box Score | Recap | Recap

Princeton 5, Cornell 4

Princeton opened up ECAC play with an upset win over Cornell. Three consecutive goals in the second period gave the Tigers a 4-1 lead, and Ali Pankowski scored Princeton’s fifth goal to grab the eventual game-winner. Fiona McKenna had a goal and an assist and Kelsey Koelzer and Jaimie McDonnell netted two assists each. Emily Fulton and Taylor Woods led Cornell with two points apiece. It’s worth noting that the Big Red were without Brianne Jenner and Jillian Saulnier, which is notable. | Box Score | Recap | Recap

Dartmouth 3, Union 0

The Big Green outshot the Dutchwomen 45-13 en route to the win. Sophomore Robyn Chemago earned her first career shutout, and Emma Korbs, Lindsey Allen, and Morgan Turner all scored for Darmouth. Shenae Lundberg made 42 total saves for Union. | Box Score | Recap | Recap

Harvard 4, Rensselaer 1

The Crimson were victorious in their first game of the year, even without Emerance Maschmeyer in net. Brianna Laing instead was in goal, making 12 saves in the win. Miye D’Oench led Harvard with two goals, while Sarah Edney recorded two assists and Mary Parker and Lexie Laing both also scored. Brianna Piper made 26 saves in the loss, and Marisa Raspa scored the Engineers’ lone goal. | Box Score | Recap | Recap

St. Lawrence 3, Yale 0

Kailee Heidersbach, Kennedy Marchment, and Megan Armstrong all scored for the Saints, while Jenna Marks recorded two assists. Carmen MacDonald made 28 saves in the shutout effort, while Jaimie Leonoff made 32 stops for Yale. Freshman Eden Murray led the Bulldogs with four shots on goal. | Box Score | Recap | Recap

Saturday, Nov. 1

Brown 7, St. Lawrence 4

Kayla Raniwsky netted a goal and an assist for the Saints, but it wasn’t enough for St. Lawrence, who gave up six goals with a goalie in net to Brown. Four of those came against Brooke Wolejko, who got the start instead of Carmen MacDonald. Brittany Morehead and Sam Donovan each scored two goals and three points, while Lauren Yang led the Bears with a goal and three assists. Monica Elvin made 37 saves in the win. Brown scored five goals in the third period to overcome a 3-2 deficit and earn the victory. | Box Score | Recap | Recap

Princeton 4, Colgate 2

Tigers sophomore Molly Contini scored twice to give Princeton a 2-0 lead, and Cristin Shanahan scored the eventual game-winner in the second period. Kelsey Koelzer and Jaimie McDonnell each had two points in the win, and Kimberly Newell made 29 saves for the Tigers. Breanne Wilson-Bennett and Meghan Brennan scored for the Raiders. | Box Score | Recap | Recap

Quinnipiac 3, Cornell 0

Taylar Cianfarano, Meghan Turner, and Emma Woods all scored for the Bobcats in the first period, while Woods netted an assist to go along with it. Chelsea Laden made 14 saves for Quinnipiac’s first-ever shutout victory against Cornell. Paula Voorheis made 27 saves for the Big Red, and Cassandra Poudrier and Emily Fulton led Cornell with two shots apiece. | Box Score | Recap | Recap

Dartmouth 5, Rensselaer 2

Freshman Laura Stacey scored two goals and Catherine Berghuis led the Big Green with a goal and three points to help Dartmouth improve to 3-0-0 on the year. Chemago had 19 saves in the win, while Kelly O’Brien made 42 stops for RPI. Mariana Walsh scored both goals for the Engineers. | Box Score | Recap | Recap

Harvard 5, Union 2

Miye D’Oench again led the Crimson in the win, notching two goals and three points. Freshman forward Karly Heffernan also netted three points, off a goal and two assists. Molly Tissenbaum earned the win this time in net, making seven saves. Lundberg made 24 saves in net for the Dutchwomen, but it wasn’t enough; Erica Kelly and Bryanne Panchuk scored for Union. | Box Score | Recap | Recap

Clarkson 2, Yale 1

Tiley made 32 saves in net to help the Golden Knights best the Bulldogs. Savannah Harmon continued some stellar play of late and scored the game-winner late in the game. She now has four goals and nine points in the last five games. Stephanie Mock scored Yale’s lone goal in the loss, while Leonoff had another 34 saves. | Box Score | Recap | Recap

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