No. 2 Minnesota-Duluth at No. 1 Wisconsin
On Saturday, the two played to a 1-1 tie with goals by Sarah Nurse for the Badgers and Sydney Brodt for the Bulldogs. It took 12 rounds of shootout to decide a winner and Wisconsin nabbed an extra point in WCHA standings. On Sunday, Wisconsin took full advantage of its 10th home sellout and Senior Day and rallied for an 8-0 win. Baylee Wellhausen had a hat trick, Annie Pankowski scored twice, and goalie Ann-Renée Desbiens tallied her 50th career shutout in 111 starts. The Badgers clinched their second-straight WCHA regular season title.
Northeastern at No. 6 Boston College
Boston College outshot Northeastern 47-32, but Huskies goalie Brittany Bugalski made a career-high 46 saves as Northeastern snapped BC’s NCAA-record 63-game home unbeaten streak. Shelby Harrington scored short-handed and Andrea Renner added a goal to put Northeastern up 2-0 before Caitrin Lonergan got BC on the board.
No. 7 Cornell at Yale
Yale killed a five-on-three in overtime and fought to a tie with Cornell, despite missing two of their top three scorers. The Bulldogs clinched an ECAC playoff spot with the tie. Cornell Amy Curlew scored with less than three minutes left in the game to force overtime.
No. 9 Quinnipiac at No. 3 St. Lawrence
Hannah Miller scored just four minutes into the game to give St. Lawrence the lead. Emma Woods scored on a power play to tie the game for Quinnipiac and that’s how the game ended. The tie ended a five-game winning streak for St. Lawrence.
No. 9 Quinnipiac at No. 4 Clarkson
Quinnipiac fell to sixth in the ECAC standings with a 1-0 loss to Clarkson. The game was scoreless for 54 minutes before Jessica Gillham tallied the only goal of the game.
No. 10 Princeton at No. 4 Clarkson
Cassidy Turner scored just 11 seconds in to the game for the Tigers, but Clarkson rallied for three unanswered goals to take the win. Loren Gabel had two goals and an assist. Cayley Mercer had a goal and two assists.
No. 10 Princeton at No. 3 St. Lawrence
Princeton’s freshman goalie Steph Neatby made 40 saves and the Tigers scored four unanswered goals in the second and third periods to win 4-2. Dakota Golde and Brooke Webster gave the Saints a 2-0 lead early in the second period, but Princeton responded. Carly Bullock had two goals and an assist and Kelsey Koelzer had three assists in the win.
The rest of the top 10
North Dakota at No. 5 Minnesota
The Gophers swept the series 4-2 and 6-2 on the back of a three-goal weekend by Caitlin Reilly.
RIT at No. 8 Robert Morris
Brittany Howard led the Colonials to a sweep of RIT with three goals and three assists. Jaycee Gebhard added three goals and two assists in the 4-1 and 5-2 wins.
No. 6 Boston College 7, Vermont 1
No. 7 Cornell 5, at Brown 1