Augsburg vs. No. 9 St. Thomas
On Friday, Estee Frantz scored a short-handed goal for St. Thomas in the first period and Mikayla Jones tied it up for Augsburg in the second. This one could not be resolved in 65:00 and ended in a 1-1 tie. On Saturday, it was all St. Thomas as Frantz, Isabel Bianchi, Kate Winiecki, and Allison Parnell all scored for the Tommies en route to a 4-0 win.
No. 8 Connecticut College vs. No. 6 Middlebury
On Friday, Jessica Young and Maddie Winslow each had a goal and an assist to lead Middlebury to a 3-0 win. Connecticut College jumped out to a 2-0 lead just seven minutes into the game before Middlebury rattled off three straight to put them up 3-2. Lily Connolly scored in the third to tie the game and Erin Dillon scored in overtime to give Connecticut College the 4-3 win. Young had a goal and two assists for Middlebury. Elena Gualtieri led Connecticut College with a goal and two assists.
No. 5 Wisconsin-River Falls vs. Wisconsin-Superior
Wis.-River Falls outshot Wis.-Superior, 30-16, and got on the board first thanks to Madi Nolan, but it was all Yellow Jackets from there. Kaylee Wood tied it up in the first, Saige Patrick scored the game-winner with 33 seconds to go in the second period, and Mikayla Goodin iced the win with an empty-netter with 33 seconds to go in the game.
Colby at Hamilton
Hamilton, currently atop the NESCAC, won game one thanks to a single goal from Andrea Rockey. In game two, Rockey added a goal and an assist to lead Hamilton to a 4-0 win and weekend sweep. Michaela Guittari, Missy Segall, and Timary Malley also scored for Hamilton.
William Smith at Neumann
Sammy Patrick opened the scoring for Neumann in the first period. Kiley Fewster and Maura Mulligan responded to put William Smith ahead in the second. Bek Lucas tied it up in the third and game one ended in a 2-2 tie. On Saturday, William Smith put some space between the two teams for second place in the UCHC with a 4-1 win. Lindsay Brown scored twice and Catherine Linehan and Gina Scibetta tallied goals for William Smith. Lucas was the lone goal scorer for Neumann.