Franklin Pierce 3, at No. 3 Norwich 2
Norwich outshot Franklin Pierce 45-18, but the Ravens got a third-period power play goal from Alex Brolsma and a late empty-netter to seal the win before Amanda Conway pulled Norwich to within one with :27 to go in the game.
No. 10 Augsburg at Concordia (Minn.)
With a split weekend series, these two remain tied atop the MIAC. On Friday, Augsburg outshot Concordia 35-20, including a 17-2 edge in the third period. Tori Davis scored twice for Concordia. Darby Lindgren scored the lone goal for Augsburg. On Saturday, Augsburg scored four goals in a span of 17 minutes to power to the 5-3 win. Bridget Wagner and Megan Robertson each had a goal and an assist for Augsburg, while Amanda Flemming scored twice for Concordia.
No. 6 Middlebury at Bowdoin
Lizzie Sheline’s first career goal was the game-winner on Friday for Middlebury. On Saturday, it was all special teams as Jill Rathke opened the scoring for Bowdoin with a power-play goal in the second. Janka Hlinka tallied her own extra attacker goal to tie the game for Middlebury, but it was Marissa Fichter’s short-handed goal with just :56 left in overtime that earned Bowdoin the win. It was Bowdoin’s first win over Middlebury since 2013.
Endicott 1, Salem State 0 OT
Endicott netted the game-winner with just eight seconds remaining in overtime to eke out a win over Salem State. Endicott controlled the extra period, outshooting Salem State 7-1.
Potsdam at Chatham
On Friday, Chatham had the lead twice but Postdam edged them on the back of three second-period goals. Senior Jordan Ott recorded her 100th point for Potsdam with an assist. Both of Chatham’s goals were scored unassisted. On Saturday, Chatham came from behind twice, but Anna-Rose Bretin’s goal with just 1:22 left in the game lifted Potsdam to the sweep.
No. 7 Lake Forest at Concordia (Wis.)
The Foresters swept a weekend series, with Jacque Rogers making 32 saves Friday in a 3-0 shutout win, and then 21 Saturday in a 2-1 nail-biter, with Amanda Brunges scoring the game-winner on a power play at 7:30 of the third period.
No. 4 Adrian at Finlandia
The Bulldogs rolled to an impressive weekend sweep, beating Finlandia 11-1 and 8-0. Sarah Shureb, Katlyn Schroka, and Sydney Smith each scored twice Friday, and Schroka scored two more Saturday while Shureb scored once.
Wisconsin-Stevens Point at No. 2 Wisconsin-River Falls
The Falcons swept a WIAC series, 5-2 and 7-1. Five different players scored Friday while Angie Hall made 15 saves. Hall made 16 saves Saturday while seven Falcons scored. Hailey Herdine and Dani Sibley each had a goal and an assist, while Carly MOran had four assists.
No. 8 Amherst at Colby
The Lord Jeffs swept the weekend series, 5-0 and 5-1. Alex Toupal scored twice on Saturday in the win.
Rest of the top 10
William Smith 1, No. 5 Elmira 4
No. 5 Elmira 4, William Smith 1
No. 9 Oswego 7, Neumann 0
Massachusetts-Boston 1, No. 3 Norwich 5
Utica 2, No. 1 Plattsburgh 6