We saw a couple of upsets this past weekend, as well as a fair share of ties.
Cornell 3, at No. 8 Quinnipiac 3
Cornell jumped out to a 3-0 lead midway through the second period, but Quinnipiac responded and Kenzie Prate forced overtime with a third-period goal.
No. 5 Colgate 2, at Princeton 7
Karlie Lund scored twice and the Tigers netted multiple goals each period to give Colgate their first loss of the season.
No. 1 Wisconsin at No. 3 Minnesota-Duluth (split)
Badgers goalie Ann-Renée Desbiens did not make the trip with Wisconsin to Duluth, so freshman Nikki Cece got her first collegiate start and the Bulldogs didn’t take it easy on her. Four different UMD players scored — three in the third period — to give UMD the 4-1 win and Wisconsin their first loss of the season Friday. On Saturday, Annie Pankowski had a natural hat trick to lead Wisconsin to a 4-1 victory and series split.
No. 10 Northeastern 3, Vermont 3
Alyssa Gorecki scored twice for Vermont, which carried a 3-1 lead into the third period. Hayley Scamurra and Kasidy Anderson scored within two minutes of each other in the third to force overtime.
No. 5 Colgate 1, at No. 8 Quinnipiac 3
Kenzie Lancaster scored twice — once short-handed — to lead the Bobcats to a 3-1 win.
No. 2 Minnesota at No. 9 North Dakota
These teams skated to a pair of 2-2 ties, with Minnesota winning both shootouts to earn the extra WCHA point. Four different Fighting Hawks scored over the two games. On the Gophers’ side, Dani Cameranesi had both goals on Saturday.
No. 6 Boston College 2, at No. 10 Northeastern 2
Boston College led the game by a goal twice, but Northeastern was able to respond. Each team scored a short-handed goal in the second period and they ended up at a 2-2 tie, as Kenzie Kent put BC up 2-1 before McKenna Brand scored her second of the game at 18:45 of the second to get Northeastern to 2-2.
RIT at Lindenwood
Lindenwood won Friday 2-0 to earn its first win of the season, with Jolene deBruyr making 21 saves to earn the shutout. On Saturday RIT earned a 2-1 win, the Tigers’ first CHA win this year, behind 29 saves from Terra Lanteigne and a goal from Kathryn Kennedy at 19:12 of the second that proved to be the game winner.
The rest of the top 10
No. 7 Clarkson 8, Brown 1
Cassidy Vinkle scored a hat trick, including back-to-back goals in the second period, and She Tiley made nine saves in the first two periods before being replaced in the third by Kenna Brennerman, who only faced three shots. Clarkson led 6-0 after two periods.
No. 4 St. Lawrence 4, Yale 0
Grace Harrison made 30 saves and Nadine Edney scored a hat trick as St. Lawrence blanked Yale.
No. 4 St. Lawrence 5, Brown 0
Kristen Padalis scored two goals and had two assists as the Saints blanked Brown. Brooke Wolejko made 14 saves in the first two periods and Sonjia Shelly made six saves in the third as the two teamed up in the shutout.