No. 1 Plattsburgh at Buffalo State
On Friday, Plattsburgh cruised to a 3-0 win with goals by Melissa Ames, Melissa Sheeran, and Courtney Moriarty. Goalie Camille Leonard became the all-time winningest goalie in NCAA Division III history with 70 in her career. On Saturday, Buffalo State clinched a home playoff game with a 3-3 tie. Christine Harris scored late in the third period to tie the game for Buffalo State.
No. 2 Adrian at No. 6 Lake Forest
On Friday, all four of Lake Forest’s goals were scored on the power play, but they weren’t quite enough to overcome Adrian, who won 5-4. Kristin Lewicki had two goals and an assist for Adrian in the win. On Saturday, Olivia Spellmire put Lake Forest up 1-0 early in the first, but that was all the scoring the Foresters would have. Lewicki tallied a natural hat trick in the 4-1 win.
No. 8 Hamilton at Connecticut College
Sam Walther made 31 saves for Hamilton and Katherine Chester made 23 for Connecticut College as the two teams dueled to a scoreless tie on Friday. On Saturday, Paige Michel and Lily Connolly each had a goal and an assist for Conn. College en route to a 5-1 win.
No. 10 Oswego at William Smith
Julieann White put Oswego on the board first but William Smith responded with goals from Stephanie Hampton, Lindsay Brown, and Gina Scibetta to take a 3-1 win in the first game. In game two, Eryn Stewart scored for Oswego and Kate Klimaszewski scored for William Smith in the first period and that was it as the teams tied 1-1.
Manhattanville at Massachusetts-Boston
Manhattanville took a one-goal lead twice before UMass Boston took the lead for good with less than a minute to go in the second period. Karly Kapur opened the scoring just more than a minute into the game, but Alli Bianchini tied it up on a power play for UMass Boston. Katherine Reilly put Manhattanville up again, but goals from Rachel Peacock and Edy Mortiz gave the Beacons the 3-2 win.
The rest of the top ten
Potsdam at No. 4 Elmira
Nine different players scored for Elmira in their 3-1 and 6-1 wins over Potsdam. Amanda Peterson scored both of Potsdam’s goals.
Williams vs No. 7 Middlebury
Lizzie Sheline and Abby Marmer scored for Middlebury on Friday to give them a 2-0 win. On Saturday, Katherine Jackson scored twice en route to Middlebury’s 5-3 win.
No. 9 Gustavus Adolphus 3, Hamline 0
No. 4 Norwich 7, New England College 2
No. 4 Norwich 6, Plymouth State 1