Weekend wrap: October 21

16 Nov 16: Haley Mack (Bemidji St. - 19), Sophie Skarzynski (Minnesota - 5), Jacqueline Kaasa (Bemidji St. - 12). The University of Minnesota Golden Gophers host the Bemidji State Beavers in a WCHA matchup at Ridder Arena, in Minneapolis, MN. (Jim Rosvold/USCHO.com)
Haley Mack (left) scored four goals on the weekend to help lead Bemidji State to a sweep of (8) Minnesota Duluth (Photo: Jim Rosvold/USCHO.com)

(1) Wisconsin at LIU Brooklyn

On Friday, Chayla Edwards and Grace Shirley scored their first career goals for Wisconsin in the 10-2 win. Daryl Watts led the Badgers with a goal and three assists. Carrigan Umpherville and Grace Dima scored for the Sharks in the loss. On Saturday, Sophie Shirley tallied a hat trick and added an assist, Abby Roque had two goals and two assists and Grace Bowlby, Dara Grieg and Jesse Devito all scored their first career goals in the Badgers 12-0 win.

St. Cloud State at (2) Minnesota

Grace Zumwinkle had a goal and two assists and Alex Woken had a goal and an assist to lead Minnesota to a 3-0 win in game one. On Saturday, Emily Brown’s first period goal stood as the only tally for nearly 30 minutes until St. Cloud State’s Dana Rasmussen tied the game less than two minutes into the third period. Minnesota pulled away in the final ten minutes with Brown’s second goal and tallies from Catie Skaja and Taylor Heise to earn a 4-1 win and weekend sweep.

(3) Northeastern at Maine

Alina Mueller had two goals and two assists and Chloe Aurard had a goal in two assists as Northeastern rolled to a 6-1 win. Tereza Vanisova scored the goal for Maine.

(3) Northeastern at New Hampshire

The two teams played a scoreless first period. Late in the second, Skylar Fontaine put the Huskies up 1-0 and a short-handed goal from Chloe Aurard doubled the lead just seconds before the period break. In the third, Aurard struck again before Nicole Dunbar got New Hampshire on the board to make it 3-1. Veronika Pettey’s late goal sealed a 4-1 win for Northeastern, who are now 5-0 on the season.

(4) Clarkson at (10) Robert Morris

Clarkson out-shot the Colonials 42-17, but Robert Morris fought the Golden Knights to a 3-3 tie. RMU sophomore goalie Arielle DeSmet made a career-high 39 saves. There were 20 penalties called in the game, including three different calls on Robert Morris for too many players. All but one goal in this game was scored with the player advantage. Rhyen McGill had Clarkson up 1-0 after the first period and Taylor Turnquist doubled the lead shortly into the second frame. Robert Morris reeled off three-straight goals over the next ten minutes. Michaela Boyle, Jaycee Gebhard and Emily Curlett found the back of the net on the power play to put the Colonials up 3-2. But McGill responded to tie it up and that’s how the game would finish. On Saturday, Clarkson freshman Gabrielle David completed a hat trick by scoring the game-winning, overtime goal to earn the Golden Knights a 6-5 win. David opened the scoring and Lauren Bernard doubled the lead midway through the first for Clarkson. Robert Morris responded by scoring the next three goals. Maggy Burbidge, Boyle and Emily Curlett put the Colonials up 3-2 early in the second. Clarkson had a 4-3 lead heading into the final frame thanks to goals from David and Michaela Pejzlova. Curlett scored on the power play and Gebhard scored a short-handed tally to make it 5-4 Robert Morris with 6:54 left in the game. The Golden Knights pulled their goalie for an extra attacked and it paid off with a goal from Elizabeth Giguere to force overtime, where David won it 6-5.

Merrimack at (7) Boston College

This one was all Eagles, as they cruised to an 8-0 win over the Warriors. Lindsay Agnew led Boston College with three goals and two assists. Caroline DiFiore added a goal and two assists and Delaney Belinskas had two goals for the Eagles in the win.

(7) Boston College at Vermont

BC goalie Kelly Pickreign made a career-high 33 saves to lead the Eagles to a 3-2 win. The teams were scoreless for the first half of the game until Vermont’s Alyssa Holmes put the Catamounts up 1-0. Hanna Bilka responded two minutes later to tie it up for Boston College. Savannah Norcross put the Eagles up 2-1 just before the end of the second. Bilka scored her second of the game on the power play early in the third to extend the lead. Theresa Schafzahl’s extra-attacker tally midway through the third cut the lead in half but Vermont could not complete the comeback and BC took the 3-2 win.

(8) Minnesota Duluth vs Bemidji State

On Friday, Minnesota Duluth took a 2-0 lead into the first period break thanks to goals from Anna Klein and Jalyn Elmes. But from there it was all Bemidji, as they scored four unanswered goals to earn a 4-2 win. Haley Mack scored twice in the second period and then Paige Beebe and Abby Halluska scored in the third to earn the win. In game two, it was once again the Haley Mack show as she scored both the Beaver goals in the second period. Anneke Linser scored early in the third period for Minnesota Duluth, but they could not complete the comeback as Bemidji won 2-1 and swept the weekend.

(9) Ohio State at Minnesota State

Tatum Skaggs opened the scoring, putting Ohio State up 1-0. Minnesota State responded on the power play to tie it at one with a goal from Sofia Poinar. Brooke Bryant and Tristen Truax scored in the second to put the Mavericks up 3-1, but Jincy Dunne responded just before the period break to make it 3-2. Dunne scored again midway through the third to tie the game 3-3, which is how it ended.