Weekend wrap: Jan. 15

No. 8 Connecticut College 0, at Bowdoin 3
Bowdoin scored twice in 1:38 in the second period of this Frozen Fenway matchup and Connecticut College was not able to recover. Julie Dachille had a goal and an assist for Bowdoin.

No. 9 Oswego vs. Utica (home-and-home)
On Friday, Oswego State scored twice in the second period en route to the 2-0 win. Andrea Noss and Kendall Applebaum had the goals for Oswego State. On Saturday, Kaitlin Parent scored her first career goal and Elizabeth Dohner scored in the second to give Utica a lead they would not relinquish as they upset Oswego State, 2-1, at home.

No. 7 Lake Forest vs. St. Scholastica
On Friday, St. Scholastica jumped out to a 1-0 lead before Lake Forest scored four unanswered goals to secure the win. On Saturday, St. Scholastica snapped a seven-game losing streak to the Foresters, tying Lake FOrest 4-4. Goalie Lindsey Hartfiel made 40 saves, eclipsing 2,000 for her career. Mac Johnson scored twice for St. Scholastica and Alexia Klaas got the game-tying goal, a power-play goal midway through the third. Allie Girard scored twice for Lake Forest.

No. 6 Middlebury 3, Endicott 0
Middlebury outshot Endicott 39-13 as they rolled to a 3-0 win. Rachael St. Clair had a goal and an assist for the Panthers.

No. 8 Connecticut College at Wesleyan
On Saturday, Anna Bleck scored the lone goal for the Camels as they beat Wesleyan 1-0. On Sunday, Connecticut College was leading 1-0 heading into the third thanks to a Kate Kohl goal, but Wesleyan scored two unanswered third-period tallies to secure the upset win, 2-1. Abby Rutt and Sam Curran scored for the Camels.

Massachusetts-Boston 3, at Manhattanville 2
Mass.-Boston jumped out to a 3-0 lead and two Nicole Mensi goals were not enough for Manhattanville to overcome the deficit. Rachel Myette made 40 saves for the Beacons.