No. 4 Ohio State at No. 1 Wisconsin
There’s one less undefeated team as Wisconsin took down Ohio State in convincing fashion on Saturday. Six different Badgers scored en route to the 7-0 win. Wisconsin outshot the Buckeyes 20-1 in the first period and 42-14 overall. It was the most goals OSU goalie Kassidy Sauve had given up in her career. On Saturday, Alexis Mauermann scored her third goal of the weekend and captain Claudia Kepler scored against her former team to lead Wisconsin to a 3-1 win. Tatum Skaggs scored for the Buckeyes. Wisconsin is now 14-0-0 and has a 20-game home unbeaten streak.
No. 9 Providence at No. 2 Boston College
There were five first-period goals between these two as BC closed the opening frame up 3-2. Providence tied it just 3:31 into the second, but it was pretty much all Boston College from there. Caitrin Lonergan had two goals and an assist, while Daryl Watts added a goal and three assists for the Eagles. Brooke Boquist led the Lady Friars with a goal and an assist.
No. 2 Boston College at Syracuse
Goals from Stephanie Grossi and Savannah Rennie helped Syracuse to a 2-1 first-period lead. Lindsay Eastwood extended the Orange lead to 3-1 before Boston College scored three straight in the second, including power-play goals from Caitrin Lonergan and Toni Ann Miano, to take the game 4-3.
No. 3 Clarkson at Yale
Loren Gable had a goal and two assists as the Golden Knights won 4-0 on Friday night.
No. 3 Clarkson at Brown
Ten different players scored goals in Clarkson’s 11-1 win over Brown. Steph Rempe was the goal scorer for the Bears.
Princeton at No. 5 Colgate
Shelby Perry and Malia Schneider scored for the Raiders in the 2-0 win.
Quinnipiac at No. 5 Colgate
Jessie Eldridge, Bailey Larson, Annika Zalewski, and Shae Labbe gave Colgate a 4-0 lead by the beginning of the third period and Quinnipiac could not recover. Kenzie Prater was the lone goal-scorer for the Bobcats in the 4-1 loss.
No. 6 Minnesota at Minnesota State
On Friday, six different Gophers scored en route to a 6-1 win. Grace Zumwinkle had a goal and three assists for Minnesota. On Saturday, five different Gophers lit the lamp. Lindsey Coleman and Hannah Davidson scored twice for Minnesota State, but it was not enough as Minnesota won 5-2.
No. 7 St. Lawrence at Brown
The Saints jumped out to a 4-0 lead before Brown worked to close the gap in the third. Rachael Smith had two goals and an assist for St. Lawrence in their 6-3 win.
No. 7 St. Lawrence at Yale
Yale scored first in each of the first two periods, but St. Lawrence tied the game twice before Kayle Nielsen’s third-period goal won it for the Saints.
Quinnipiac at No. 8 Cornell
Five of the goals were unassisted in this fast-paced game on Friday. Kristin O’Neill scored twice in the first period to help the Big Red to jump out to a 3-0 lead that Quinnipiac could not overcome. Cornell won 5-2.
Princeton at No. 8 Cornell
Madlynne Mills scored for Princeton and Carly Bullock tied it for Princeton in the first, but Pippy Gerace and Amy Curlew added third-period tallies for the Big Red to give them the 3-1 win.
No. 10 Robert Morris at Lindenwood
On Friday, 11 different Colonials tallied points en route to a 6-0 win. On Saturday, Emily Curlett and Brittany Howard put Robert Morris ahead before Cierra Paisley and Hannah Alt tied it at two for Lindenwood, but Amanda Pantaleo’s short-handed goal proved to be the game-winner in a 4-2 victory for Robert Morris.