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College Hockey:
Chezick, Fedoryk Lead Augsburg Past Hamline

— Lauren Chezick scored two goals and had two assists, and Katie Fedoryk made 23 saves to record her second career shutout, as Augsburg claimed a 7-0 victory over Hamline in a MIAC game Saturday afternoon at the Augsburg Ice Arena.

Dottie Gilkerson scored two goals and had an assist for the Auggies, who improved to 7-11-2 overall and 6-7-1 in the MIAC with the series sweep of the Pipers. Augsburg has won five of its last seven games.

Hamline drops to 2-19 and 1-14 in the MIAC, and extended its losing streak to 16 games.

Augsburg set a school single-game record by scoring five power-play goals in 10 attempts. Both of Chezick’s goals came on the power play. Meanwhile, Hamline was 0-for-7 on the power play. The teams combined for 44 minutes of penalties — 26 for Hamline, 18 for Augsburg.

Gilkerson had a hand in Augsburg’s first three goals, with two goals and an assist. Laura McGowan had a goal and two assists, Kristi Brusletto had a goal and an assist, and Melynda Kleewein had three assists and Annie Mattison had two assists. Jenny Martin also scored for Augsburg.

Augsburg outshot Hamline by a 41-23 margin. Fedoryk stopped all 23 shots she faced to record her first shutout of the season and second of her career. Emily Krinhop stopped 34 shots to take the loss for Hamline.

Augsburg hosts Middlebury, the top-ranked Division III women’s hockey team in the nation, on Monday at 5:30 p.m. at the Augsburg Ice Arena. Hamline returns to action on Sunday, Feb. 10, hosting Wisconsin-Eau Claire at 2 p.m. at the State Fair Coliseum in St. Paul, Minn.

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