Weekend wrap: Feb. 5

Bowdoin at Hamilton
On Friday, Bowdoin earned a 2-1 win with goals from Brooke Solomon and Julie Dachille. On Saturday, Hamilton scored three unanswered goals in the third period and overtime to earn the come-from-behind 3-2 win. Michaela Giuttari, Emily Williams and Sara Taffe scored for Hamilton.

No. 9 Middlebury at Wesleyan
Janka Hlinka was the lone goal scorer on Friday, earning Middlebury the 1-0 win. On Saturday, Ellery Sarosi and Madeline Carroll scored for Wesleyan, but Middlebury came out on top, 4-2, thanks to goals from Maddie Winslow, Jessica Young, Hlinka, and Sidney Porter.

No. 6 Lake Forest at St. Norbert
St. Norbert got on the board first with a K.J. Wallace power-play goal and went into the first intermission with a 1-0 lead. Lake Forest scored one in each of the next two periods to earn the 2-1 win. On Saturday, Olivia Spellmire and Amanda Brunges each tallied a goal and an assist to lead Lake Forest to a 2-0 win and a weekend sweep.

St. Thomas at Concordia (Minn.)
These teams played two very different games this weekend. On Friday, Leah Schwartzman scored the lone goal of the game to give St. Thomas the 1-0 win. On Saturday, Concordia took a 2-0 lead into the second, but St. Thomas came racing back and the game was tied 3-3 heading into the third. Late in the third, Amanda Flemming and Tori Davis scored in just more than three minutes to give Concordia the lead they would not relinquish. They took the game 5-4.

No. 7 Oswego at No. 5 Elmira
On Friday, Oswego outshot Elmira 36-22, but Elmira goalie Kelcey Crawford made a career-high 36 saves to earn the 4-0 win. Eight different Soaring Eagles tallied points for Elmira. On Saturday, all the action was in the first period. Jacquelin White and Olivia Ellis connected twice to give Oswego a 2-0 lead before Maddy Jerolman and Sarah Hughson pulled Elmira even. The game ended a 2-2 tie.

The rest of the Top 10
Hamline vs No. 10 Augsburg
Augsburg exploded for seven goals en route to a 7-2 win at home. On Saturday, they eked out a 2-1 win to take the weekend home-and-home series.

No. 3 Adrian at St. Scholastica
Brooke Lupi and Sydney Smith each had two goals for Adrian in their weekend sweep of St. Scholastica. They won 5-1 and 3-0.

No. 4 Norwich 6, Castleton 0
Holy Cross 2, No. 4 Norwich 1
No. 1 Plattsburgh 4, Potsdam 1

6 COMMENTS

  1. I agree Minnesota State Mankato probably should be ranked (and they are #20 this week now), but it would be a “notable” oversight to fail to mention that their 6 game winstreak is against the 3 teams in dead last in the WCHA. Additionally they are 1-5 against the rest of the WCHA opponents, granted those teams are at the top of the league. This weekend against Omaha will be a great chance for Mankato to prove themselves!

    Oh yeah, and GO SIOUX!!!

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