No. 1 Clarkson at Princeton
Carly Bullock, Annie MacDonald, and Sharon Frankel combined for two goals to lead Princeton in a 2-0 upset win. It ended Clarkson’s 15-game winning streak. The Tigers hadn’t upset a number one team since they beat New Hampshire in November 2007.
No. 1 Clarkson at Quinnipiac
Elizabeth Giguère scored the game-winner on a power play in the second period and Rhyen McGill’s short-handed goal to start the third secured the 2-0 win for Clarkson.
No. 2 Wisconsin at Minnesota Duluth
On Friday, Caitlin Schneider, Maddie Rowe, Lauren Williams, Presley Norby, and Baylee Wellhausen scored for the Badgers in a 5-0 win. On Saturday, Jayln Elmes and Naomi Rogge had Minnesota Duluth up after the first period. Claudia Kepler narrowed the lead in the second, but Anna Klein scored less than two minutes later to give UMD another two-goal lead. In the third, Sophia Shaver tallied two power-play goals to tie the game and force overtime. The game could not be decided in 65 minutes and ended a 3-3 tie. Sam Cogan scored the only shootout goal to earn the extra WCHA point for Wisconsin.
New Hampshire at No. 3 Boston College
Meghara McManus put New Hampshire on the board first with less than a minute left in the first period. National points leader Daryl Watts tied it up for Boston College in the second, but that was all the offense the Eagles could muster. Carlee Turner scored the game-winner for the Wildcats just about halfway through the game to earn the upset win for UNH.
Brown at No. 4 Colgate
Megan Sullivan and Jessie Eldridge scored to lead Colgate to a 2-0 win.
Yale at No. 4 Colgate
Bailey Larson had a goal and an assist and Breanne Wilson-Bennett also lit the lamp as Colgate won 2-0. It was the Raiders’ third-straight shutout.
No. 5 Ohio State at Minnesota State
Lindsey Coleman scored her first of the game 29 seconds into the game and the Mavericks didn’t look back in their 4-1 win on Friday, despite being outshot, 36-20. Amanda Conway and Rebekah Kolstad also scored for MNSU. On Saturday, the Mavericks again scored first. This time it was Kolstad who put Minnesota State on the board. Ohio State responded with a goal from Rebecca Freiburger. Tristen Truax put MNSU ahead one more time before the end of the second, but Ohio State scored two unanswered — from Charly Dahlquist and Emma Maltais in the third to earn the 3-2 win.
Yale at No. 6 Cornell
The Big Red capitalized on a 50-10 shot advantage to earn a 4-0 win. Madlynne Mills and Kristin O’Neill each had a goal and an assist to lead Cornell.
Brown at No. 6 Cornell
Cornell again peppered the net, putting 52 shots on net in this 6-1 win. Grace Graham, Paige Lewis, Madlynne Mills, Joie Phelps, Finley Frechette, and Willow Slobodzan scored for the Big Red. Kaitijane Blumberg was the goal-scorer for Brown.
No. 8 St. Lawrence at Quinnipiac
Sarah-Eve Coutu-Godbout put Quinnipiac up 1-0 6:02 into the game and Nadine Edney responded for St. Lawrence just more than 10 minutes later. Another 49 or so minutes wasn’t enough to break the stalemate as this one ended 1-1.
No. 8 St. Lawrence at Princeton
St. Lawrence opened the scoring with a goal by Kennedy Marchment right before the buzzer at the end of the first. Princeton responded to tie it on a goal by Keiko DeClerck. Amanda McClure and Claire Thompson traded goals in the third to tie it at two. Nadine Edney scored in the extra frame to earn the 3-2 win for St. Lawrence.
Lindenwood at No. 9 Robert Morris
Brittany Howard’s goal just 3:29 into the game was the only tally as Robert Morris won 1-0 on Friday. Her power-play tally opened the scoring on Saturday and gave her 74 career goals for the Colonials, setting a new program record. Emily Curlett, Amanda Pantaleo, Anjeclia Diffendal, and Jaycee Gebhard also scored en route to RMU’s 5-0 win. With the weekend sweep, Robert Morris took a two-point lead atop the CHA standings.
No. 9 Maine at Providence
Catherine Tufts scored for Maine and Ariane Julien responded just about two minutes later and that was the only scoring in Saturday’s 1-1 tie.