College Hockey:
Rookie Reed Nets Two To Lead Vermont Over Colby

UVM Netminder Hayes Gets Fifth Shutout; Catamounts End Losing Streak

— Freshman Liz Reed scored twice, including a power-play goal, to lead Vermont past ECAC Division III League foe Colby 4-0, snapping a four-game losing streak.

“We played extremely well this afternoon,” said head coach Dennis Miller. “I am very pleased with the team’s effort and I hope we can continue to build upon this tomorrow against Bowdoin and for the rest of the season.”

The Catamounts, who scored a goal in each period, also got a goal from senior Maike Camp, while freshman and Stowe, Vt., native Lindsay Neilson assisted on all three Catamount goals.

Vermont outshot Colby 33-22 as sophomore goaltender Tiffany Hayes earned her fifth shutout in conference play. Josie Chapman made 29 stops in a losing effort for Colby.

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