No. 2 Boston College vs. Connecticut
Erin Connolly, Caitrin Lonergan, and Daryl Watts each scored for the Eagles in their 3-0 win on Friday. Saturday, the Huskies took a lead early in the third period on a goal by Natalie Snodgrass, but Watts tied the score, and it ended in a draw.
No. 3 Colgate at Yale
Breanne Wilson-Bennet scored twice and Annika Zalewski contributed a goal and an assist for Colgate as they won 5-1 on Friday.
No. 3 Colgate at Brown
Megan Sullivan led the Raiders with two goals in the 5-3 win. Samantha Swanstrom scored twice for Brown.
Quinnipiac at No. 4 Clarkson
Kenzie Lancaster gave the Bobcats a 1-0 lead after the first in a four-on-four situation. Michaela Pejzlová tied it for Clarkson in the second. Kristy Pidgeon put the Golden Knights ahead about halfway through the final frame before Lancaster tied it up with 2:50 to on a power play. Melissa Samoskevich scored her third straight game-winning goal just :25 into OT to give Quinnipiac the 3-2 win.
Princeton at No. 4 Clarkson
Rhyen McGill, Michael Pejzlová, Meaghan Hector, and Taylor Turnquist led Clarkson to a 4-0 win. Shea Tiley made 29 saves in the shutout. Last week, Tiley set the school record for career shutouts and with this win set a new program record with her 91st win.
No. 5 Ohio State at Bemidji State
Tatum Skaggs put Ohio State on the board first, but Paige Beebe and Sylvia Marolt had Bemidji State up 2-1 after the first period. In the second, Liz Schepers tied it up for the Buckeyes before a shortie from Haley Mack put the Beavers up again. Julianna Iafallo tied it up for OSU and the game ended in a 3-3 tie. Bemidji State won the shootout and the extra conference point.
St. Cloud State at No. 6 Minnesota
Alex Woken scored twice and Nicole Schammel scored once to give Minnesota a 3-0 lead in the first and that would be all they needed. The Gophers won 3-0 on Friday.
Princeton at No. 7 St. Lawrence
Karlie Lund had two goals and an assist for Princeton while Rachael Smith, Kennedy Marchment, Hannah Miller, and Justine Reyes each had a goal and an assist for St. Lawrence in this 4-4 tie.
Quinnipiac at No. 7 St. Lawrence
Kayla Nielsen and Justine Reyes each had a goal and an assist for St. Lawrence in their 4-2 win. Melissa Samoskevich scored both goals for Quinnipiac, but they weren’t enough to overcome the Saints.
No. 8 Cornell at Brown
This one was all Big Red as they rolled to a 5-1 win. Kristin O’Neill had three assists for Cornell. Sena Hanson was the lone scorer for Brown.
No. 8 Cornell at Yale
Kristin O’Neill, Diana Buckley, and Madlynne Mills gave Cornell a 3-0 win over Yale.
Merrimack vs No. 10 Providence
Cassidy MacPherson, Madison Sansone, Maureen Murphy, and Kate Friesen each scored for Providence on Friday night en route to a 4-1 win. Megan Fergusson was the goal scorer for Merrimack.