No. 3 Middlebury at No. 9 Connecticut College
On Friday, Connecticut College scored three times in the first period to earn a 3-1 win. Julie Beattie, Anna Bleck, and Katlyn Paiva had the goals for the Camels. On Saturday, Connecticut College had a 1-0 lead through most of the first two periods, but Middlebury scored three unanswered to split the series with a 3-1 win of their own. Jessica Young scored twice for Middlebury.
Becker at Nichols
On Friday, juniors Ariana Dembro and Amanda Moquin scored their first collegiate goals for Nichols en route to a 2-2 tie. On Saturday, Nichols scored twice in the second and added two power-play goals in the third to win 4-1. Claudia Gee scored twice for Becker. This series was the first ever meeting between these teams.
Stevenson at Johnson & Wales
Stevenson snapped a three-game losing streak thanks to an overtime goal by Maddy Ricci. The teams played three scoreless periods with the Mustangs, outshooting Johnson & Wales 43-15.
No. 6 Norwich at No. 2 Elmira
Elmira was leading 2-0 with seven minutes to go in regulation thanks to goals from Rachel Grampp and Johanna Eidensten, but Norwich tied the game with just :30 to go on a goal from Adrienna Rossini. Overtime wasn’t enough to decide a winner and the game finished 2-2.
St. Anselm at Bowdoin
Bowdoin jumped out to a 2-0 lead just three minutes into the second period, but Maura Kieft, assisted by Kaitlyn Spillane, scored twice to pull St. Anselm even and the teams tied 2-2.
William Smith at Massachusetts-Boston
William Smith had the lead twice, but Massachusetts-Boston’s Kaleigh Beauregard scored a power-play goal with eight minutes to go to force overtime. Kateri McClellan banked in a shot off the post from the blue line with less than a minute left in the extra period to give the Beacons the 3-2 win.
Rest of the Top 10
No. 5 Adrian 5 vs. Marian
Adrian swept a two-game series against Marian by scores of 5-2 and 6-1, with Brooke Lupi scoring twice Friday and Kristin Lewicki doing the same Saturday.
Lake Forest vs. Finlandia
The Foresters easily swept Finlandia, 10-1 and 9-1. Kayla Griffith and Olivia Spellmire each had a hat trick Friday, while Allie Girard had a hat trick Saturday.
No. 4 Wisconsin-River Falls 9, Wisconsin-Superior 0
No. 10 Augsburg 10, St. Olaf 0