Weekend wrap: Nov. 20

No. 1 Plattsburgh suffered its first loss of the year, but No. 2 Wisconsin-River Falls also lost on a busy weekend of action.

St. Michael’s and No. 6 Norwich (home-and-home)
Norwich tallied a pair of 8-0 wins to sweep the weekend. Friday’s win gave coach Mark Bolding his 200th career win. He became just the seventh coach in NCAA Division III women’s hockey history to reach that milestone.

No. 3 Elmira at Buffalo State
On Friday, Kate Granato had a goal and assist and Sarah Hughson scored the game-winning goal in overtime to give Elmira the 2-1 win. On Saturday, Elmira showed why they are the No. 3 team and used two more goals from Granato to sweep the series with a 4-0 win.

Bethel at No. 10 St. Thomas
Two third-period goals helped propel Bethel in a 3-1 upset on Friday night. On Saturday, Kathryn Larson scored twice for St. Thomas in a three-goal third period to help secure a 4-4 tie.

Connecticut College at No. 7 Amherst
Ashley Anctil netted the only goal on Friday to give Connecticut College the 1-0 win. On Saturday, Katlyn Paiva and Kyla Floresca scored within 1:49 of each other to put Connecticut College up early and they earned the sweep with a 2-1 win.

No. 5 Middlebury at Trinity
Middlebury escaped the weekend with a pair of 2-1 overtime wins. On Friday, Jessica Young scored the game-winner and on Saturday, Kelly Sherman netted the winner with 1.1 seconds left in the extra period.

Wisconsin-Superior at Wisconsin-Eau Claire
Mikayla Goodin scored twice to give Wis.-Superior the conference win 3-1.

New England College at Manhattanville
Manhattanville outshot New England College 42-15, but needed an overtime goal from Melissa Stys to earn the 2-1 win.

Endicott at Stevenson
Endicott had four different goal scorers to win 4-0 on Friday. On Saturday, Stevenson jumped out to a 2-0 lead after the first period, but Endicott scored three goals to come from behind, including Ellen Carter’s first of the season as a game-winner to give Endicott the sweep.

No. 9 Oswego at No. 1 Plattsbugh
Jordan Lipson had two goals and two assists and Kayla Meneghin added two goals and an assist to lead Plattsburgh to a 7-1 win on Saturday. On Sunday, Oswego scored the final three goals to earn the upset in part thanks to a goal and assist from Jacquelin White.

No. 2 Wisconsin-River Falls at Wisconsin-Eau Claire
Wis.-Eau Claire had a three-goal lead after two periods and was able to withstand a comeback attempt to get the upset win 4-2. Courtney Wittig scored twice for Wis.-Eau Claire en route to their first win over Wis.-River Falls since 2008.

The rest of the top 10
St. Scholastica 2, No. 4 Adrian 7
Brooke Lupi had two goals and an assist, Kristin Lewicki had a goal and two assists, and Sarah Shureb had two goals and two assists as Adrian crushed St. Scholastica.

Finlandia 0, at No. 4 Adrian 8
Lewicki had two goals and assist in another big offensive game for Adrian.

St. Norbert 3 at No. 8 Lake Forest 6
Amy Budde scored twice for the Foresters in the win.

Northland at No. 8 Lake Forest
Lake Forest swept Northland, 5-1 and 7-2. Sydney Simone scored twice in the first win and also had two assists. Kate Fanning had two goals in the second win.


  1. Who would have thought hockey would become so popular in Nebraska? They’re either 4th or 5th in the country in attendance


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