Weekend wrap: Nov. 12

No. 8 St. Thomas vs St. Mary’s
On Friday, five different Tommies scored en route to a 5-0 win. Rachel Werdin led St. Thomas with a goal and an assist. All the scoring was in the third period on Saturday. Demi Cooper put St. Thomas on the board first, but it was all St. Mary’s from there. Mady Bobick tied it up, and Molly Abraham scored twice to give St. Mary’s the 3-1 win and a weekend split.

No. 10 Wisconsin-Eau Claire at Wisconsin-Superior
Amanda Sergent and Kaleigh Martinson gave Wis.-Superior a 2-0 lead after the first period. Mikayla Goodin made it 3-0 Wis.-Superior in the second. Wis.-Eau Claire attempted a comeback in the third with goals from Courtney Wittig and Elizabeth Bauer, but they were not enough as Wis.-Superior won 3-2.

Morrisville at Salem State
Maddison Devlin scored twice to lead Morrisville over Salem State, 3-2, on Friday. Morrisville outshot Salem State, 43-18. On Saturday, Morrisville again dominated the shot battle, but Salem State got goals from Kylie Currier, Rose Sullivan, and Vanessa VanBuskirk to earn a 4-4 tie. Devlin added another goal for Morrisville in the tie.

Cortland at Potsdam
Taylor Marcellus put Potsdam up 1-0 just 32 seconds into the game, and that stood until Miranda Kolb scored a short-handed goal with 2:13 left in the game to force overtime. Allyson Edwards won it for Cortland in overtime. On Saturday, it was Kolb who struck early, giving Cortland a 1-0 lead on a power play just four minutes in. Marcellus was the late-game hero in this one, scoring with an extra attacker with 33 seconds to go. The game ended 1-1.

St. Norbert at Finlandia
Friday started with a bang, as the teams combined for six goals in the opening frame. Six different players scored for St. Norbert in the 6-2 win. Rachael Goodrow led with a goal and an assist. Sierra Meiners had a goal and an assist for Finlandia. On Saturday, St. Norbert outshot Finlandia 55-22, but the teams traded goals and ended in a 4-4 tie. Meiners scored twice more, and Hannah Tormanen tallied the other two goals. Lexi Pyykkonen scored twice for St. Norbert.


  1. For playing BU, Lowell and Merrimack should wear Northeastern and Harvard jerseys. They would be sure to score lots of goals.

    Then again, BU gave up seven goals in its 3-point weekend up in Orono, four on the powerplay. BU still likes the parade to the penalty box. Despite being a BU fan with Scarlet-colored glasses, BU nearly left Alfond with a one-point weekend, thanks to a disallowed goal near the end of the first game and a freakish bounce at the very end of the second game’s overtime.

    The games in Orono were fun to watch but not a clinic in how to play with a lead or how to play disciplined hockey. There were far too many “shots” from Maine that were really tip plays to players hanging around the side of the net. Those are plays that a good team defense stops.


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