Weekend wrap: Feb. 11

Hamilton at No. 9 Amherst
On Friday, the game was tied 1-1 until midway through the final frame. Olivia Hawes had Hamilton up after one before Katie Savage tied it for Amherst, but the Mammoths exploded with three goals in eight minutes to close out the game and earn a 4-1 win. Kaitlin Hoang had a goal and two assists for Amherst. On Saturday, Alex Toupal had the opening goal for Amherst, but Hamilton responded by Hawes and Madie Bologa. Toupal scored her second of the game to earn the tie for Amherst.

Morrisville at Endicott
On Friday, Endicott outshot Morrisville, 44-21, but goals from Maddison Devlin, Maria deWilde, and Claire Newman gave Morrisville the 3-1 win. It was much of the same in game two, as Endicott held the shot advantage, but Morrisville won, 2-0, with goals from Kylie Cameron and Ciara Lark. With the sweep, Morrisville tied Endicott with 18 points at the top of Colonial Hockey.

Manhattanville vs. No. 3 Elmira
Zoey Pellowitz put Manhattanville on the board first, and they had a 1-0 lead after the first. It was a quick beginning to the second as Elmira responded with goals from Jess Adams and Emma Crocker before Tianna Lopes tied it up at two before seven minutes had passed. Sarah Hughson scored the game-winner late in the second to give Elmira the 3-2 win. It was all Elmira in game two. Six different Soaring Eagles scored in their 6-0 win. Shannon Strawinski led Elmira with a goal and two assists.

Wisconsin-Eau Claire vs. Wisconsin-River Falls
Wis.-River Falls twice took a one-goal lead, but Wis.-Eau Claire was able to respond each time and this game ended 2-2. With the tie, the Falcons have clinched the WIAC regular season championship. Molly Illikainen and Carly Moran were the goal-scorers for Wisconsin-River Falls, Lexi Wilson and Holly Turnbull scored for Wisconsin-Eau Claire.

Bowdoin at No. 8 Connecticut College
Erin Healey put Connecticut College up 1-0 in the second and Brigit Bergin tied it up on the power play for Bowdoin in a game that ended tied 1-1. On Saturday, Bowdoin ended the Camels’ 13-game D-III win streak with a 5-4 win. Sammi Estes and Erin Dillon put Connecticut College up 2-0 early, but Bowdoin responded with goals from Julie Dachille and Maureen Greason to tie it. Caitlyn Wilkin put the Camels up in the second, but from there Bowdoin took control. Dachille scored twice to earn a hat trick. Dillon scored once more for Connecticut College to close the gap, but it was not enough.