Weekend wrap: Dec. 10

No. 6 Gustavus Adolphus at No. 5 Wisconsin-River Falls
Callie Hoff’s unassisted goal for Wis.-River Falls was the only scoring in this one until Kaitlyn Klein tallied two power-play goals in the third period to eke out the win for Gustavus.

No. 8 Connecticut College at No. 1 Norwich
This game was close through two periods before Norwich was able to pull away. Lily Connolly put Connecticut College up early before Alyssa Hurst equalized for Norwich just before the end of the first period. In the second, Connolly scored a short-handed goal to give Connecticut College the lead, but it would last just 10 seconds before Adrieana Rossini scored on the power play for Norwich to tie the game at two. Brynn Wopperer and Kim Tiberi tallied goals in the final frame to earn the Cadets the 4-2 win.

No. 8 Connecticut College at Manhattanville
Maeve O’Brian put Manhattanville up 1-0 early in the first before Erin Dillon responded with two goals for Connecticut College before the first intermission. Zoey Pellowitz scored an extra-attacker goal with 35 seconds to go to earn the tie for Manhattanville.

No. 10 Wisconsin-Eau Claire at St. Norbert
Wis.-Eau Claire outshot St. Norbert, 30-18, but the Green Knights got on the board first thanks to a power-play goal from KJ Wallace. Morgan Zirbel evened the score for the Blugolds to earn a 1-1 tie.

Hamline at St. Scholastica
St. Scholastica had a 2-0 lead with less than five minutes to play in the game despite being outshot 56-21. Abby Sawyer and Alexia Klaas scored for the Saints. Special teams let St. Scholastica down. It took a five-on-three power-play goal from Becca Zarembinski and a power-play extra-attacker goal by Bre Simon with :50 to go to salvage the 2-2 tie for Hamline.

Buffalo State at Stevenson
On Friday, Kellen Wittman put Stevenson on the board first, but Buffalo State scored the next four straight. Two second-period power-play goals for Stevenson helped close the gap, but Buffalo State won the game, 6-3. Brooke Krantz scored twice for Buffalo State. Chelsea Blackburn and Cierra Siemasko each had a goal and an assist for Stevenson. On Saturday, Cheyenne Matson had a goal and an assist for Buffalo State, while Blackburn had two assists for Stevenson. Natalie Rosendahl scored midway through third to earn a 2-2 tie for Stevenson.