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Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Jan 18, 2015 8:40 am

DEWHIRST SCORES WINNER WITH .7 LEFT FOR COLBY WOMEN'S HOCKEY

NEW LONDON, Conn.—Maddie Dewhirst tipped in a loose puck with just .7 seconds remaining to lift the Colby College women’s hockey team to a 3-2 NESCAC victory at Connecticut College on Saturday.

The Mules evened their record at 7-7 and move to 1-7 in the NESCAC, while the Camels fell to 9-3-3 with a 4-2-2 mark in conference play.

Lauren Guarente and Delaney Flynn chipped in with goals for the winners.

Rookie net-minder Jessica Thulin collected 14 of her 39 saves in the final 20 minutes of regulation to earn the win for the visitors.

Connecticut College sophomore forward Steph Izzi scored her team-leading seventh and eight goals of the season in the setback.

Senior Kelsie Fralick started the game and had seven saves in 17:03 of action. Sophomore Katherine Chester finished with 18 saves in relief duty.

The visitors opened the scoring at 4:25 of the first period. Junior forward Megan Fortier made a nice delivery with a pass through the crease from the left circle and Guarente was able to rifle one inside the far post side of the goal to make it a 1-0 contest.

Colby extended its advantage with 2:57 remaining in the opening period. Flynn flicked one in from her backhand at the right circle to make it a 2-0 game. Katie McLaughlin and Kailey Buxbaum assisted on the goal.

But the Camels used their power play to answer the visitors with the next two goals. Midway through the second period with 9:26 to go, Cassie Hunter took a pass from Amanda Bogue and fired a shot that was saved by Thulin, but Izzi pounced on the rebound and went top shelf with the goalie down on the ice to trim the deficit to 2-1.

With 5:57 remaining in the third, the Camels took advantage of another power play opportunity. Katlyn Paiva and Ashley Anctil assisted Izzi for the game-tying score.

With time winding down, the Camels were assessed with a two-minute minor for elbowing with 42.8 seconds to play in regulation.

The game appeared to be headed to overtime but the Mules were able to collect a loose puck in a scramble out front.

Dewhirst was able to tip the puck past the goal line for the difference making goal. Kat Mackey and Katie Tang assisted on the score.

Connecticut College held a 41-to-39 shot advantage in the contest. The Camels were 2-for-2 on their power play. Colby finished 1-for-4 with the extra skater.

Colby 3, Conn College 2
Scoring by Period - CLB 2-0-1=3; CTC 0-1-1=2
1st Period
Scoring - 1, CLB Lauren Guarente/4 (Megan Fortier/5, Sasha Fritts/3) 4:25
2, CLB Delaney Flynn/5 (Katie McLaughlin/6, Kailey Buxbaum/3) 17:03
Penalties - None
2nd Period
Scoring - 3, CTC Stephanie Izzi/7 (Cassie Hunter/3, Amanda Bogue/6) 10:34 (PP)
Penalties - Sasha Fritts, CLB (Tripping) 8:52; Justina Germano, CTC (Tripping) 14:31; Justina Germano, CTC (Hooking) 16:44
3rd Period
Scoring - 4, CTC Stephanie Izzi/8 (Katlyn Paiva/3, Ashley Anctil/3) 14:03 (PP)
5, CLB Maddie Dewhirst/6 (Kat Mackey/4, Katie Tang/5) 19:59.3 (PP) (GW)
Penalties - Julie Beattie, CTC (Body Checking) 5:52; Jackie Tavella, CLB (Hooking) 13:15; Julie Beattie, CTC (Elbowing) 19:17
Colby Goaltending - Jessica Thulin (60:00, 41 shots, 39 saves, 2 GA)
Connecticut College Goaltending - Kelsie Fralick (17:03, 9 shots, 7 saves, 2 GA); Katherine Chester (42:57, 19 shots, 18 saves, 1 GA)
Win - Jessica Thulin, CLB (5-4-0). Loss - Katherine Chester, CTC (3-1-1).
Shots On Goal - CLB 13-9-6=28; CTC 9-17-15=41
Power Plays - CLB 1 of 4; CTC 2 of 2
Penalties - CLB 2 (4 min); CTC 4 (8 min)
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Postby Tom Nolette » Wed Jan 21, 2015 5:09 am

COLBY WOMEN'S HOCKEY DEFEATS UNE, 6-3

BIDDEFORD, Maine --- The Colby College women's hockey team stayed unbeaten in non-conference play after scoring the final three goals of the game in the third period in a 6-3 win at University of New England on Tuesday night.

Colby is 8-7 overall and 7-0 in non-conference play. The Nor'easters, led by former Colby head coach David Venditti, dropped to 4-9-3.

Colby's Lauren Guarente scored three goals to raise her season total to seven on the season. Katie McLaughlin, Maddie Dewhirst, and Bella Papapetros also scored for the Mules.

Shannon Smith finished with a pair of goals for UNE.

The Mules had a 42-22 shot advantage, but the game was close most of the way. Smith scored just 2:19 into the contest, but Colby countered less than a minute later at 3:11 on the first of Guarente's goals.

The Mules took their first lead of the game just 57 seconds into the second period on McLaughlin's fourth of the season. UNE needed just 46 seconds to tie the game at 2-2 on Smith's 10th goal of the year.

Guarente scored her second unassisted goal at 1:34 of the third period for a 3-2 lead. The Nor'easters tied it again when Annie Mullen tallied at 6:34.

Dewhirst scored her seventh goal of the year on the power play from Sasha Fritts at 7:25 to put Colby ahead for good.

Just 2:09 later, Papapetros gave the Mules some breathing room at 5-3 on assists from Eleanor Knutzen and Fritts. Guarente closed out the scoring at 19:20 from Carolyn Fuwa.

Angelica Crites stopped 19 shots in goal for the Mules.

Colby 6, University of New England 3
Scoring by Period - CLB 1-1-4=6; UNE 1-1-1=3
1st Period
Scoring - 1, UNE Shannon Smith/9 (Marissa Clifford-Biederman/10, Richelle Skarbowski/3) 2:19
2, CLB Lauren Guarente/5 3:11
Penalties - Amy Curry, UNE (Interference) 17:16
2nd Period
Scoring - 3, CLB Katie McLaughlin/4 0:57
4, UNE Shannon Smith/10 (Melissa Boudreau/4) 1:43
Penalties - None
3rd Period
Scoring - 5, CLB Lauren Guarente/6 1:34
6, UNE Annie Mullen/2 (Emily Corrales/4) 6:34
7, CLB Maddie Dewhirst/7 (Sasha Fritts/4) 7:25 (PP) (GW)
8, CLB Bella Papapetros/2 (Eleanor Knutzen/1, Sasha Fritts/5) 9:34
9, CLB Lauren Guarente/7 (Carolyn Fuwa/3) 19:20
Penalties - Shannon Smith, UNE (Hooking) 7:14; Marissa Clifford-Biederman, UNE (Cross-Checking) 19:59
Colby Goaltending - Angelica Crites (60:00, 22 shots, 19 saves, 3 GA)
University of New England Goaltending - Sydney Helmbrecht (60:00, 42 shots, 36 saves, 6 GA)
Win - Angelica Crites, CLB (3-3-0). Loss - Sydney Helmbrecht, UNE (1-4-2).
Shots On Goal - CLB 20-8-14=42; UNE 8-6-8=22
Power Plays - CLB 1 of 3; UNE 0 of 0
Penalties - CLB 0 (0 min); UNE 3 (6 min)
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Postby Tom Nolette » Sat Jan 24, 2015 8:45 am

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Southern Maine Rallies to Down Saint Michael’s 3-2

GORHAM, Maine -- Senior Sam Guimond (Portland, Maine) scored a power-play goal at 4:25 of the third period to give the University of Southern Maine men’s ice hockey team a 3-2, come-from-behind victory over visiting Saint Michael’s College Friday evening in ECAC Men’s East play at the USM Ice Arena.

The win was the third in the last five games for the Huskies, and improved their record to 4-12-0 overall and 2-9-0 in league play. The Purple Knights fell to 6-9-2 overall and 4-6-1 in the league.

Guimond netted his first goal of the season when his shot from the left-wing circle found its way past Saint Michael’s senior goalie Dave Donzanti (West Chester, Pa.). Junior Daniel Mattsson (Uppsala, Sweden) and senior Lorne Miller (Montreal, Quebec) picked up the assists in the play. Mattsson had a hand in all three USM goals.

Southern Maine protected the lead over the final 15:35 as rookie goalie Kyle Shapiro (Ocean, N.J.) stopped all seven Saint Michael’s shots on goal. Shapiro finished the night with 24 saves to pick up his fourth win of the campaign.

The Huskies fell behind 2-0 in the opening stanza as the Purple Knights picked up goals from sophomore Connor Mitchell (New Milford, Conn.) and senior AJ Pieprzak (Barrie, Ontario). Mitchell scored his second of the season at 8:55 on a shot from the high slot after taking a feed from rookie Sam Finkelstein (South Burlington, Vt.). Junior Nick Potter (Stoneham, Mass.) earned the second assist.

Pieprzak tallied his team-leading ninth goal redirecting a pass from sophomore Stephen Inman (Coventry, R.I.) up over Shapiro at 16:57.

Southern Maine began its comeback 33 seconds later when junior Chad O’Brien (Johnstown, Pa.) picked up his third goal of the season converting a helper from rookie Alex Pantalone (Hudson, Mass.). Mattsson also assisted. All three of O’Brien’s goals this season have come against the Purple Knights.

Late in the second period, rookie Brett Norman (Dawson Creek, B.C.) equalized as the Huskies took advantage of a 5-on-3 advantage. Norman took a pass from Mattsson about 25 feet out and beat Donzanti to the right side. Junior Zach Dymock (Dutton, Ont.) earned the second assist.

The Purple Knights pressed for a tying goal in the final minute and lifted Donzanti for the extra skater with 58 seconds to play but were unable to find the net.

Southern Maine will host nationally ranked Norwich University on Saturday (4:00 p.m.). Saint Michael’s travels to the University of New England on Saturday (4:00 p.m.).



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Postby Tom Nolette » Sat Jan 24, 2015 8:48 am

WILLIAMS WOMEN'S HOCKEY HOLDS OFF COLBY, 3-1

WATERVILLe, Maine --- Michaela Levine scored the game-winning goal and added an empty net score to help the Williams College women's hockey team to a 3-1 win over Colby College in NESCAC play Friday night at Alfond Rink.

Williams (7-6-1 overall), the defending conference champions, and the Mules (8-8) will play again Saturday at 3 p.m.

The Ephs went ahead for good just 2:35 into the game when Gwen Schultz scored her third of the season from Andree Heller, who picked up her first assist of the season.

Levine got her third goal of the year at 6:32 of the third period to give the Ephs an important two-goal margin. Hanna Beattie had her fifth assist and Caitlin Conlon her second on the play.

Katie McLaughlin's fifth goal of the year for Colby at 10:07 of the third period gave the Mules a chance.

Colby put on good pressure in the final minute with the empty net. Emily Krueger, though, picked up a loose puck in the Williams end and was able to hold off a defender and score in the empty net with 5.4 seconds to play.

Christina Cleroux stopped 22 shots for the Ephs, while Colby goalie Jess Thulin made 21 stops.

Williams 3, Colby 1
Scoring by Period - WIL 1-1-1=3; CLB 0-0-1=1
1st Period
Scoring - 1, WIL Gwendolyn Schultz/3 (Andree Heller/1) 2:35
Penalties - None
2nd Period
Scoring - 2, WIL Michaela Levine/3 (Hanna Beattie/5, Caitlin Conlon/2) 6:32 (GW)
Penalties - Lauren Guarente, CLB (Tripping) 17:49; Elisa Rascia, CLB (Tripping) 18:46
3rd Period
Scoring - 3, CLB Katie McLaughlin/5 10:07
4, WIL Emily Krueger/4 19:55 (EN)
Penalties - None
Williams Goaltending - Christina Cleroux (60:00, 23 shots, 22 saves, 1 GA)
Colby Goaltending - Jessica Thulin (58:44, 23 shots, 21 saves, 2 GA); Empty Net (1:16, 1 GA)
Win - Christina Cleroux, WIL (3-2-1). Loss - Jessica Thulin, CLB (5-5-0).
Shots On Goal - WIL 5-8-11=24; CLB 8-4-11=23
Power Plays - WIL 0 of 2; CLB 0 of 0
Penalties - WIL 0 (0 min); CLB 2 (4 min)
New Records - Williams 7-6-1, Colby 8-8-0
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Postby Tom Nolette » Sat Jan 24, 2015 8:53 am

Holy Cross Pulls Away from Southern Maine 5-1

WORCESTER, Mass. -- Five different players scored goals as the Holy Cross Crusaders pulled away from the visiting University of Southern Maine Huskies for a 5-1 win Friday afternoon in an ECAC Women’s East game at the Hart Center.

The win was the second straight, and fourth in the last five games, for the Crusaders who improved to 11-4-1 overall and 7-1-0 in league play. The Huskies dropped their second straight to slip to 4-11-1 overall and 2-6-1 in the league.

Seniors Mary Klimasewiski (Cochester, Conn.), Kate Reilly (Natick, Mass.) and Nicole Giannino (Bay Shore, N.Y.), freshman Emily Lissner (Woburn, Mass.) and junior Mackenzie Boardman (Anchorage, Alaska) all tallied goals for Holy Cross.

Senior goalie Alexandra Stevenson (Norwood, N.Y.) stopped 18 shots in the Crusader goal to earn her sixth win of the season.

Sophomore Katie Couture (Harrisville, R.I.) scored the Huskies lone goal converting an assist from senior Julia Pearl (Essex Jct., Vt.) at 6:44 of the second period. The goal was Couture’s team-leading seventh of the season, and came just 26 seconds after Klimasewiski had given the home side a 1-0 lead.

Lissner scored what proved to be the game-winning goal at 10:56 after taking a feed from rookie Lauren Abbenante (Cranston, R.I.). Boardman added a power-play marker in the final minute of the period to give the Crusaders a 3-1 lead heading into the final period.

Reilly and Giannino added unassisted goals in the first seven minutes of the third period to put the game away.

USM senior goalie Liz Bergstrom (Chanhassen, Minn.) stopped 34 shots as Holy Cross piled up a 39-19 edge in shots on goal.

Southern Maine is off until next Friday (4:00 p.m.) when it travels to the University of New England. Holy Cross heads to Saint Anselm College tomorrow (1:00 p.m.) for an ECAC Women’s East game.



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Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Jan 25, 2015 9:20 am

FORTIER, THULIN HELP COLBY WOMEN'S HOCKEY BEAT WILLIAMS

WATERVILLE, Maine --- Megan Fortier scored the game-winning goal with 8:29 left in the third period and goalie Jess Thulin made 34 saves to help the Colby College women's hockey team take a 2-1 win against Williams College at Alfond Rink on Saturday.

Colby improves to 9-8 overall and 2-8 in conference play, while Williams dropped to 7-7-1 overall and 4-3-1 in the league. The Mules have won nine of their last 13 games. Williams is the defending NESCAC champions.

Fortier scored her biggest goal of the season to give Colby the victory. The score was her fourth of the season and was assisted by first-year Bella Papapetros.

Thulin took over from there and made 18 of her 34 stops in the third period. She continues to keep the Mules in games this season and moved her record to 6-5.

Lauren Guarente scored her team-best eighth goal of the season at 10:10 of the second period on assists from Katie McLaughlin and Fortier. McLaughlin had her seventh assist and Fortier dished her sixth.

Colby took a penalty at 16:47 of the second period and the Ephs made them pay 22 seconds later on Sara Lehman's fourth of the season from Hanna Beattie.

Williams goalie Christina Cleroux stopped 16 shots for the Ephs.

Colby 2, Williams 1
Scoring by Period - WIL 0-1-0=1; CLB 0-1-1=2
1st Period
Scoring - None
Penalties - Nitsan Goldstein, WIL (Body Checking) 5:16
2nd Period
Scoring - 1, CLB Lauren Guarente/8 (Katie McLaughlin/7, Megan Fortier/6) 10:10
2, WIL Sara Lehman/4 (Hanna Beattie/6) 17:09 (PP)
Penalties - Elisa Rascia, CLB (Body Checking) 7:25; Jackie Tavella, CLB (Interference) 16:47
3rd Period
Scoring - 3, CLB Megan Fortier/4 (Bella Papapetros/2) 11:31 (GW)
Penalties - Talia Simon, WIL (Interference) 19:30
Williams Goaltending - Christina Cleroux (59:08, 18 shots, 16 saves, 2 GA); Empty Net (0:52, 0 GA)
Colby Goaltending - Jessica Thulin (60:00, 35 shots, 34 saves, 1 GA)
Win - Jessica Thulin, CLB (6-5-0). Loss - Christina Cleroux, WIL (3-3-1).
Shots On Goal - WIL 6-11-18=35; CLB 7-5-6=18
Power Plays - WIL 1 of 2; CLB 0 of 2
Penalties - WIL 2 (4 min); CLB 2 (4 min)
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Postby Tom Nolette » Tue Jan 27, 2015 8:39 am

WOMEN'S HOCKEY PLAYER GUARENTE HONORED BY NESCAC

WATERVILLE, Maine --- Colby College senior forward Lauren Guarente (Wellesley, Mass.), who had four goals for the Mules, was named the New England Small College Athletic Conference Women's Hockey Player of the Week on Monday.

In a 2-1 week for the Mules, Guarente started the week with three goals in a 6-3 victory at University of New England. With the score tied 2-2 heading into the third period, Guarente scored the first of four goals, including two from her, to pull away for the victory.

Guarente also contributed in Colby's biggest win of the season, a 2-1 edge of defending NESCAC champion Williams College on Saturday. She scored the first goal of a scoreless game at 10:10 of the second period.

Guarente has been a big reason why the Mules (9-8 overall) have won nine of their last 13 games after dropping the first six games of the season to three nationally-ranked teams.

Guarente leads the Mules in scoring with eight goals and six assists for 14 points. She is tied for sixth in the NESCAC in goals and is tied for ninth in power play goals (2).

Guarente played in her 90th game at Colby on Saturday and has 23 goals and 21 assists for 44 points.

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Postby Tom Nolette » Sat Jan 31, 2015 7:34 am

MACKEY'S OVERTIME GOAL LIFTS COLBY WOMEN'S HOCKEY TO WIN

WATERVILLE, Maine --- Kat Mackey's first collegiate short-handed goal at 3:11 of overtime gave Colby College its 10th win in the last 14 games in a 3-2 victory against Trinity College on Friday night in women's hockey.

Colby already has equaled last year's win total in moving to 10-8 overall and 3-8 in the NESCAC. Trinity fell to 10-5-1 overall and 3-5-1 in the league. The two teams play again at Alfond Rink on Saturday at 3 p.m.

Colby was called for a body checking penalty with 3:17 left in overtime and Mackey ended up with a long shift. She started the winning play by dumping the puck and getting back just past the blue line. Mackey read a Trinity pass, intercepted the puck, and ripped a high shot for the game-winning score.

Colby scored on the power play to tie the game at 2-2 with 11:12 left in the third period. Jackie Seymour's shot was deflected by Jacqueline Tavella to Colby leading scorer Lauren Guarente, who was in the right place in front of the net and tied the game on her 10th goal of the season.

Guarente scored the first goal of the game with just 42.9 seconds remaining when she had a wrist shot to the upper right corner. Elisa Rascia battled for a puck and her hustle helped the puck squirt out to Guarente. Katie McLaughlin also had her eighth assist of the season on the play.

Trinity needed 18 seconds to tie the game when Lily Gacicia scored on a long shot off an assist from Lucy Robinson with just 24.6 seconds to go in the second period.

The Bantams went ahead 2-1 in what turned out to be a wild third period. Cheeky Herr set up the score with a nice move toward the goal with a defender on her tightly. Herr's pass to the right post was knocked in by Robinson for her ninth of the season.

Both goalies were sharp and had big periods during the game. Jess Thulin finished with 38 saves, including 18 in the second period and five in overtime, for the Mules. Sydney Belinskas had 42 stops and made 18 of them in the final period.

Colby 3, Trinity 2, OT
Scoring by Period - TRN 0-1-1-0=2; CLB 0-1-1-1=3
1st Period
Scoring - None
Penalties - None
2nd Period
Scoring - 1, CLB Lauren Guarente/9 (Elisa Rascia/1, Katie McLaughlin/8) 19:17
2, TRN Lily Gacicia/1 (Lucy Robinson/16) 19:35
Penalties - Sasha Fritts, CLB (Body Checking) 9:10; Lucy Robinson, TRN (Hooking) 15:44
3rd Period
Scoring - 3, TRN Lucy Robinson/9 (Cheeky Herr/13) 4:54
4, CLB Lauren Guarente/10 (Jackie Tavella/2, Jackie Seymour/1) 8:48 (PP)
Penalties - Kelcie Finn, TRN (Body Checking) 7:06; Cheeky Herr, TRN (Slashing) 11:48; Lily Gacicia, TRN (Interference) 16:52; Cheeky Herr, TRN (Body Checking) 18:25; Jackie Tavella, CLB (Hooking) 19:03
Overtime
Scoring - 5, CLB Kat Mackey/1 3:11 (SH) (GW)
Penalties - Jackie Seymour, CLB (Body Checking) 1:43
Trinity Goaltending - Sydney Belinskas (63:11, 45 shots, 42 saves, 3 GA)
Colby Goaltending - Jessica Thulin (63:11, 40 shots, 38 saves, 2 GA)
Win - Jessica Thulin, CLB (7-5-0). Loss - Sydney Belinskas, TRN (5-3-0).
Shots On Goal - TRN 11-19-5-5=40; CLB 9-14-19-3=45
Power Plays - TRN 0 of 3; CLB 1 of 5
Penalties - TRN 5 (10 min); CLB 3 (6 min)
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Re: Hockey - women:

Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Feb 01, 2015 7:57 am

Three Third-Period Goals Give USM 4-2 Win Over N.E. College

HENNIKER, N.H. -- The University of Southern Maine women’s ice hockey team scored three unanswered goals, including two short-handed, in the third period to erase a 2-1 deficit and post a 4-2 victory over New England College in an ECAC Women’s East game Saturday afternoon.

The win was the second straight for the Huskies, and improved their record to 6-11-1 overall and 4-6-1 in the league. The Pilgrims, winless in their last 11 games, fell to 1-17-1 overall and 1-9-1 in league play.

Trailing 2-1 entering the third period, scored the tying goal at 2:20 when sophomore Ally Vanidestine (Bangor, Maine) tallied her third goal of the season. Senior Julia Pearl (Essex Jct., Vt.) and rookie Tatiana Doucette (Lynn, Mass.) picked up the assists on the play.

Sophomore Lynn Kozlowski (Stoneham, Mass.) scored the first USM short-handed marker at 8:09, converting a pass from Pearl, to give the Huskies their first lead in the game. Pearl would add another short-handed marker at 18:13, assisted by Vanidestine, to pad the Huskies’ lead.

The teams traded goals in the opening period as NEC took a 1-0 lead midway through on senior Aubrey Fischer’s (Syracuse, N.Y.) third goal of the season. Junior Chelsea Boucher (Gilford, N.H.) tied the score for USM at 16:52 with her second goal of the campaign set up by sophomore Katie Couture (Harrisville, R.I.) and junior Cassandra Sherman (North Smithfield, R.I.).

In the opening minute of the second period, junior Lindsey Stewart (South Windsor, Conn.) gave the Pilgrims the lead again with the only score of the period.

USM senior goalie Liz Bergstrom (Chanhassen, Minn.) earned her sixth win of the season stopping 20 shots. Senior Lauren Hopps (Green Bay, Wis.) recorded 28 stops in the NEC cage before heading to the bench with 51 seconds to play for the extra skater.

Southern Maine is on the road Tuesday night (7:00 p.m.) traveling to in-state foe Colby College for a non-conference game. New England College is off until Friday (4:00 p.m.) when it hosts Saint Anselm College in an ECAC Women’s East game.

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Postby Tom Nolette » Tue Feb 03, 2015 6:22 am

Julia Pearl Named ECAC Women’s East Player of the Week

GORHAM, Maine -- The Eastern College Athletic Conference announced Monday that for the third time in her career, University of Southern Maine senior Julia Pearl (Essex Jct., Vt.) has been selected for weekly honors when she was named the ECAC Women’s East Player of the Week for the week ending February 1.

This is the first time in her career that Pearl has been named the conference’s Player of the Week. She was twice named Rookie of the Week during her first collegiate season in 2011-12.

Pearl helped the Huskies win back-to-back ECAC Women’s East games on the road last week contributing a goal and four assists. In the Huskies’ come-from-behind, 3-1 win at the University of New England, Pearl had an assist on the first USM goal that tied the game in the second period, then added a short-handed goal in the final seconds to insure the win.

The next afternoon at New England College, Pearl assisted on all three third-period goals, including two short-handed markers, as the Huskies erased a 2-1 deficit en route to a 4-2 win over the Pilgrims.

With her five-point week, Pearl moved up to third on the Huskies’ scoring list with 11 points on four goals and seven assists.

Southern Maine is on the road tomorrow night (7:00 p.m.) traveling to in-state foe Colby College for a non-conference game.

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