ECAC Women’s Hockey Weekly Recap: November 24th, 2014

Tuesday, Nov. 18

Cornell 3, Colgate 1

Kaitlyn Doering got the scoring started for the Big Red in the first period, but Megan Sullivan knotted things up for the Raiders with a power-play goal in the second. 57 seconds into the final frame, Erin O’Connor snapped the tie, and Emily Fulton scored in the final three seconds to seal it for Cornell. Paula Voorheis made 21 saves in the win, while Ashlynne Rando made 23 saves at the other end for Colgate. | Box Score | Recap | Recap

Friday, Nov. 21

St. Lawrence 7, Princeton 3

The Saints scored four-straight goals in the third period to take the win over the Tigers. Kailee Heidersbach snapped a 3-3 tie with a power play goal 5:17 into the final frame, and Jenna Marks led St. Lawrence with a three-point night (one goal, two assists). Brooke Webster tallied twice, and Kayla Raniwsky and Kirsten Padalis also had multi-point nights for the Saints. For the Tigers, Hilary Lloyd and Jaimie McDonnell had two points each, and Kimberly Newell made 35 saves in the loss. | Box Score | Recap | Recap

Quinnipiac 1, Clarkson 0

Emma Woods scored the game’s lone goal to give the Bobcats the win against Clarkson. Chelsea Laden picked up the shutout in net for Quinnipiac with a 15-save performance, while the Golden Knights’ Shea Tiley stopped 18 of 19 shots. | Box Score | Recap | Recap

Boston University 1, Harvard 1 (OT)

Miye D’Oench got the scoring started for the Crimson in the first period, but Samantha Sutherland tallied in the second to draw the Terriers even. Emerance Maschmeyer kept the game tied for Harvard, making 35 saves in net. Her competitor at the other end, Victoria Hanson, saw nearly 20 shots less, and finished with 16 saves on the night. | Box Score | Recap | Highlights

Minnesota Duluth 7, Cornell 2

The Cornell defense couldn’t do much to slow the Bulldogs’ offense in this one. The Big Red ended the second period down 3-2, and in a position to come back, but Minnesota Duluth scored four straight in the third to seal it. Emily Fulton had a goal and an assist, and Brianne Jenner had the other goal for Cornell. Paula Voorheis made 34 saves in net. | Box Score | Recap

Yale 13, Sacred Heart 0

The Bulldogs’ offense was on full display in the rout over Division III’s Sacred Heart. Jamie Haddad led Yale with a hat trick and six points, while Aurora Kennedy also netted a hat trick go along with two assists. 10 different Bulldogs had multi-point nights, and goaltender Hanna Mandl made just six saves for the shutout. | Box Score | Recap

Saturday, Nov. 22

Clarkson 3, Princeton 2 

The Tigers responded twice to tie things up, but Shannon MacAulay scored in the third period to break the tie and give the Golden Knights the win. Clarkson’s Amanda Titus and Geneviève Bannon traded goals with, respectively, Princeton’s Kelsey Koelzer and Brianna Leahy. Titus led all players with a two-point night, while Newell made another 32 saves in net for the Tigers. | Box Score | Recap | Recap

Quinnipiac 2, St. Lawrence 2 (OT)

Woods scored again to put the Bobcats up 1-0, but Webster answered just 38 seconds into the second period to knot up the score before Marks gave the Saints a 2-1 lead. Nicole Connery evened things up halfway through the third period, but neither team could find a winner during the remainder of regulation and overtime. Carmen MacDonald made 24 saves for St. Lawrence, while Laden made 17 at the other end for Quinnipiac. | Box Score | Recap | Recap

Minnesota Duluth 2, Cornell 0

Two second-period goals gave the Bulldogs the win and the sweep against the Big Red. Voorheis made another 30 saves in net, but it wasn’t enough as Cornell failed to find a way to get on the board. Jillian Saulnier led the Big Red with four shots on goal. | Box Score | Recap

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