Harvard at No. 8 Quinnipiac
The Crimson earned a hard-fought tie with Quinnipiac on Friday. Senior Sydney Daniels and freshman Kat Hughes scored for Harvard, with four different players contributing assists. Freshman Kate MacKenzie and senior Meghan Turner scored for Quinnipiac. The Bobcats had a chance to win the game with less than 30 seconds left in overtime as Kenzie Prater attempted Quinnipiac’s first-ever penalty shot, but it was saved by Beth Larcom.
New Hampshire at Northeastern
On Friday, UNH extended its unbeaten streak to six games with a 3-2 overtime win. Jonna Curtis and Abby Chapman scored in regulation for the Wildcats and Devan Taylor scored the game-winner in the extra frame. On Saturday, the Huskies rebounded with a 3-0 win. McKenna Brand has two goals and an assist.
No. 7 Colgate at St. Cloud State
The Huskies stunned Colgate Friday night, earning a 7-4 win. St. Cloud’s Payge Pena tied the game 4-4 with just under two minutes to go in the second period and the Huskies did not look back. They ended by scoring three more times in the third to earn the upset win. Hannah Potrykus had three goals and an assist and Julia Tylke had three assists. Shae Labbe scored twice for Colgate. After the scoring outburst on Friday, Saturday the teams locked down the defense and skated to a 0-0 tie.
Boston University at No. 6 Boston College
Unsurprisingly, each team scored on the man-advantage in an evenly matched 1-1 tie on Saturday. There were 13 penalties called in the game. Boston College’s Katie Burt made 29 saves, while Boston University’s Victoria Hanson tallied 45.
No. 4 St. Lawrence at Mercyhurst
On Friday, Mercyhurst scored twice in the first period and Brooke Hartwick added two goals in the third period to secure the 5-3 win for the Lakers. On Saturday, Brooke Webster had a goal and an assist for St. Lawrence. Jennifer MacAskill scored a short-handed goal midway through the third period to close the gap, but the Saints eked out the 3-2 win.
Rest of the top 10
No. 1 Wisconsin at Lindenwood
Sam Cogan scored twice and Annie Pankowski had a goal and two assists in the Badgers’ 5-1 win on Friday. Saturday’s game was canceled after multiple players had to be treated for carbon monoxide poisoning.
Dartmouth at No. 8 Quinnipiac
The Bobcats didn’t surrender a shot until midway through the second period and got goals from Randi Marcon, Taryn Baumgardt and Melissa Samoskevich en route to a 3-1 win.
Minnesota State vs. No. 2 Minnesota
Dani Cameranesi didn’t suit up for Minnesota, but they still won the annual state Hall of Fame game 5-3 over Minnesota State. Kelly Pannek had two goals and two assists for the Gophers.