Weekend wrap: Dec. 11

Wesleyan at Endicott
Wesleyan carried a 2-0 lead into the third period, but Endicott scored twice in less than five minutes midway through to even the score. Gina Mangiafridda and Alexis Banquer scored for Wesleyan. Maggie Layo and Lexi Klein scored for Endicott.

Hamilton at No. 7 Oswego
The teams traded goals twice before Katie Parkman scored just 1.2 seconds into overtime to give Hamilton the 3-2 win. She also had an assist in the game. It was just the second loss of the season for Oswego.

New England College at Potsdam
On Friday, Mackenzie Meegan scored less than a minute into the third period for New England College and Jaci Morr responded seven minutes later for Potsdam. It was 1-1 in overtime before Potsdam’s Amanda Peterson scored with 23 seconds left to give the Bears the 2-1 win. On Saturday, Peterson had the lone goal heading into the final frame. Erica Lissner tied it for New England College before Brenna Wilson and Anna-Rose Bertin sealed the victory and the sweep for Potsdam.

No. 10 Augsburg at Wisconsin-Stevens Point
Cara Lemirande’s goal just before the end of the first period proved to be enough to lift Wis.-Stevens Point past Augsburg. Goalie Sydney Conley earned her first shutout of the season for the Pointers.

Marian at Wisconsin-Eau Claire
This one was scoreless until midway through the third period when Kelly Knetter scored a power-play goal for the BluGolds. Sarah Bier scored with under four remaining to tie the game at one. Wis.-Eau Claire outshot Marian, 40-15.

Manhattanville at Williams
Williams scored first in each of the first two periods, but Manhattanville was able to answer each time. Williams pulled away to earn the 4-2 victory with goals from Chelsey Stevenson and Mia Carroll in the third. Manhattanville goalie Olivia Drew’s 45 saves were the third-most in school history.

The rest of the top 10
The rest of the top 10 all won easily. Here are the result:

No. 4 Norwich 3, at Bowdoin 1
No. 6 Middlebury 2, at Castleton 0
No.  8 Connecticut College 3, Massachusetts-Boston 1
No. 3 Wisconsin-River Falls 4, at Gustavus Adolphus 1
No. 2 Elmira 2, Trinity 0

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