ECAC Women’s Hockey Weekly Recap: November 10th, 2014

Tuesday, Nov. 4

Connecticut 4, Brown 2

27 saves from Monica Elvin were not enough for Brown to keep UConn’s offense in check. Kelly Micholson and Kaitlyn Keon each scored for the Bears after the Huskies had taken a 3-0 lead, but the rally came up just short. | Box Score | Recap

Friday, Nov. 7

Brown 5, Maine 2

Maine knotted things up at two apiece early on in the second, but the Bears’ Erin Conway broke the tie and the team then scored twice more to seal the victory. Monica Elvin made 30 saves in net, while Keon tallied twice and Sarah Robson notched three assists. | Box Score | Recap

Penn State 6, Colgate 4

Annika Zalewski got the Raiders on the board first, but Penn State scored the next three goals to take the lead, and Colgate just couldn’t climb back. Rookie forward Breanne Wilson-Bennett led the Raiders in the loss with a goal, an assist, and five shots on goal. | Box Score | Recap

Princeton 4, RIT 3 (OT)

RIT opened up a 3-0 lead within the first 12 minutes of the game, but Princeton fought back to tie things up and eventually won in overtime. Fiona McKenna and Hilary Lloyd both scored in the second period, and Ali Pankowski knotted it at 3-3 2:26 into the third. Sophomore Morgan Sly won it for Princeton in overtime. Lloyd finished with a goal and three points, while Molly Contini recorded three assists. | Box Score | Recap

St. Cloud State 3, Rensselaer 2

After the Huskies scored twice in a 23-second span to take a 2-0 lead in the first period, the Engineers fought back to knot up the score before the period was over. They couldn’t keep St. Cloud State from scoring one last time, however. Lauren Wash and Ali Svoboda each netted a goal for RPI in the loss. | Box Score | Recap

Union 2, Providence 2 (OT)

Despite facing a 2-0 deficit after two periods, the Dutchwomen found a way to knot things up in the third period and force a tie. Kathryn Tomaselli scored the game-tying goal with just 1:40 left in regulation, and finished the night with a goal and an assist. | Box Score | Recap

Saturday, Nov. 8

Brown 5, Maine 3

Brown overcame a 3-0 deficit to win in comeback fashion and complete the sweep. Sam Donovan scored the game-winning goal just 1:28 into the third period, and Robson Keon each netted two goals. Elvin made 27 saves in relief to help the Bears fight back and earn the win. | Box Score | Recap

Colgate 3, Penn State 1

The Raiders suffered their fourth loss in a row as Penn State completed the sweep. Zalewski again scored for Colgate in the loss, while goaltender Brittney Brooks made 25 saves. | Box Score | Recap

Princeton 0, RIT 0 (OT)

After an exciting come-from-behind overtime victory on Friday, Princeton couldn’t find a way to get one past RIT goalie Jetta Rackleff. Kimberly Newell made 40 saves in net for the shutout for Princeton. | Box Score | Recap

St. Cloud State 3, Rensselaer 0

The Engineers could not hold off St. Cloud from completing the sweep. Netminder Kelly O’Brien put together a solid 33-save effort, but it wasn’t enough to make up for RPI’s lack of offense. | Box Score | Recap

Dartmouth 5, St. Lawrence 1

Dartmouth continued a great start to the season so far with the win over St. Lawrence, improving to 4-0-0. Lindsay Allen’s hat trick led the Big Green, while Karlee Odland also netted a goal and an assist. The Saints’ Jenna Marks scored the team’s lone goal. Robyn Chemago totaled 29 saves for Dartmouth in the victory. | Box Score | Recap | Recap

Boston University 4, Yale 4 (OT)

Yale overcame first- and third-period deficits to force the tie with the Terriers. After trailing 1-0 after one, the Bulldogs carried a 3-2 lead themselves into the final period, but BU scored twice to regain the lead. Freshman forward Eden Murray tied it up at 4-4 with 2:03 remaining in regulation, while classmate Courtney Pensavalle led Yale with two goals and three points in the game. | Box Score | Recap

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