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Postby Tom Nolette » Sat Nov 07, 2015 7:54 am

UNE women: 2015 - 16

Nationally-ranked Norwich blanks Nor'easters, 3-0

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BIDDEFORD, Maine -- The Norwich University women's ice hockey team received goals from three different players en route to a 3-0 shutout of the University of New England in the inaugural New England Hockey Conference (NEHC) game played Friday afternoon (Nov. 6) at the Harold Alfond Forum.

Ranked seventh in the most recent United States College Hockey Online (USCHO) poll, the Cadets (1-2, 1-0 NEHC) won their first game after dropping a pair last weekend. Norwich advanced to last season's NCAA III National Championship title game.

Norwich got the only scoring it would need at 6:50 of the first when Bryn Labbe fired a wrist shot from the slot under the blocker of UNE goaltender Sydney Helmbrecht. Robyn Foley assisted on the play.

The Cadets doubled their lead 5:31 into the second while on a power play. Sarah Schwenzfeier received a pass from Rachel Bellio and roofed a shot from the left circle. Taylor Cross was credited with a secondary assist.

Norwich would add another tally seven minutes later when Madison Gallagher intercepted a pass in the neutral zone, carried the puck up the left side, and beat Helmbrecht with a wrister from the left circle.

Celeste Robert needed 15 saves to record her eighth career shutout for Norwich, which plays a NEHC road game tomorrow at the University of Southern Maine (1 p.m.).

Helmbrecht finished with 35 stops for the Nor'easters (0-1-0, 0-1-0), who host Castleton University tomorrow at 1 p.m.

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Re: UNE women: 2015 - 16

Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Nov 08, 2015 8:45 am

Kilroy lifts Spartans to 2-1 NEHC win over UNE

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BIDDEFORD, Maine -- Lisa Kilroy scored an unassisted goal at 8:10 of the third period to give the Castleton University Spartans a 2-1 victory over the University of New England Nor'easters in a New England Hockey Conference (NEHC) game Saturday (Nov. 7) at the Harold Alfond Forum.

The victory improves the Spartans' record to 4-0 overall and 2-0 in NEHC play, while the Nor'easters are 0-2 in all games, as well as conference action.

With the score tied at 1-1, Kilroy collected a loose puck in the UNE defensive zone and fired a wrist shot just under the crossbar to provide Castleton with the winning margin.

Trailing 1-0 late in the second, the Nor'easters had tied the game when Kimberly Gosselin slipped a shot just inside the near post from the left circle. Taylor Fowler assisted on the play.

Castleton converted a power-play opportunity at 7:29 of the second frame to open the scoring. Taylor Steadman cleaned up a rebound of a shot by Aimee Briand for her fourth marker of the young season.

Jess Cameron had a total of 35 saves for the Spartans, including a nifty stop of a shot by Annie Mullen at the 13-minute mark of the third to preserve the Spartans' one-goal lead.

Sydney Helmbrecht finished with 36 saves for UNE, which returns to action next Friday at Plymouth State University.

Castleton will look to extend its unbeaten streak that same day with a home game versus Franklin Pierce University.

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Re: UNE women: 2015 - 16

Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Nov 15, 2015 4:53 pm

Nor'easters rally past St. Mike's for 3-1 win

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COLCHESTER, Vt. -- Trailing 1-0 heading into the third period, the University of New England women's ice hockey team scored three unanswered goals to rally for a 3-1 New England Hockey Conference (NEHC) victory over Saint Michael's College Saturday afternoon (Nov. 14) at Cairns Arena.

After a scoreless first period, Amanda Kempainen broke through for the Purple Knights, taking a pass from Erin Dwyer and placing a shot inside the left post. UNE goaltender Sydney Helmbrecht had initially stuffed Dwyer on a breakaway but was unable to corral the rebound.

The shots were tied at 17 after two periods, but UNE outshot the hosts 10-4 in the final frame to earn the victory. Mary Wirth tied the score at 5:18 when her slap shot found the lower right side of the net. Wirth would then set-up the game-winner as Julianne Sheehan carried the puck across the slot before snapping a wrist shot into the left side of the goal. Taylor Fowler added an empty-net goal in the final minute to put the game out of reach for the Nor'easters.

Helmbrecht finished with 20 saves to earn the victory for UNE (1-3-0, 1-3-0 NEHC), which plays back-to-back league games next Friday and Saturday. The Nor'easters host the University of Southern Maine on Friday (4 p.m.) before heading to Franklin Pierce University the following afternoon (3 p.m.).

Abby Burke totaled 24 stops for the Purple Knights (1-4-1, 1-3-0).

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Re: UNE women: 2015 - 16

Postby Tom Nolette » Sat Nov 21, 2015 6:32 am

Nor'easters, Huskies skate to 1-1 NEHC tie

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BIDDEFORD, Maine -- The University of New England and University of Southern Maine skated to a 1-1 tie in a New England Hockey Conference (NEHC) women's game played Friday afternoon (Nov. 20) at the Harold Alfond Forum.

Both teams now stand at 1-3-1 overall and have identical 1-3-1 marks in league play.

Taylor Fowler gave the Nor'easters a 1-0 advantage halfway through the first period, stuffing home a shot from just outside the crease. Annie Mullen assisted on the play.

Ally Vanidestine tied the game up for Southern Maine at 14:03 of the second when she collected a rebound and fired the puck into an open cage for her first goal of the season. Olivia Barragree had put the initial shot on goal, which was saved by UNE goaltender Sydney Helmbrecht.

UNE had a chance to pull ahead with just over four minutes remaining in regulation, but USM goalie Britney Evangelista denied Abby Kinens, who had broken in behind the Husky defense.

Southern Maine would have a good chance to win the game in overtime when Cassandra Sherman got loose and closed in on Helmbrecht with just over a minute remaining, but the junior netminder came up with a good stop to preserve a tie.

USM held a modest 32-27 advantage in shots on goal. Evangelista finished with 26 saves, while Helmbrecht had 31 for UNE.

Both team return to action with conference games tomorrow. Southern Maine hosts UMass Boston at 1 p.m., and the Nor'easters will play a road game versus Franklin Pierce University (3 p.m.).

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Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Nov 22, 2015 8:46 am

Baker leads Franklin Pierce to 5-3 win over UNE

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RINDGE, N.H. -- Karsyn Baker score two goals and added an assist to power the Franklin Pierce University women's ice hockey team to a 5-3 New England Hockey Conference (NEHC) victory over the University of New England Saturday afternoon (Nov. 21) at Ritchie Ice Arena.

The Ravens improved their overall record to 6-2-0 while pushing their NEHC mark to 4-2-0. UNE dropped to 1-4-1 in all games, as well as conference play.

After a scoreless first period, Baker tallied twice in the opening 3:39 of the middle frame to put the Ravens on top for good. She jammed in her own rebound after breaking in, and her second tally also came on a rebound -- this time a shot by Colleen Doucette.

Franklin Pierce would get one more goal before the end of the period. Bryana Harron received a pass across the slot from Alex Brosma and one-timed the feed from the left doorstep.

The Ravens extended their lead to 4-0 at 3:15 of the third on a goal by Doucette, but Abby Kinens would get UNE into the scoring column a little more than two minutes later when she finished from the slot.

UNE's three-goal deficit was short-lived, however, as Michelle Holmes scored just 16 seconds later to push FPU's advantage back to four (5-1).

Kinens notched her second goal of the afternoon at 8:42, and Marissa Clifford-Biederman tallied with 28 seconds remaining to make the final score 5-3.

Franklin Pierce, which held a commanding 46-15 advantage in shots on goal, received 12 saves from Shannon O'Neill.

Sydney Helmbrecht had a season-high 41 stops for the Nor'easters, who travel to Salem, Mass. on Tuesday to face Salem State University. The puck is scheduled to drop at 7 p.m.

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Postby Tom Nolette » Wed Nov 25, 2015 7:36 am

Nor'easters dominate Salem State in 3-0 win

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SALEM, Mass. -- Three different players scored for the University of New England, which outshot Salem State University 42-9 en route to a 3-0 shutout in non-conference women's ice hockey action Tuesday evening at Rockett Arena.

UNE (2-4-1) would get the only offense it would need 13 minutes into the opening period when Emily Corrales scored in traffic for her first goal of the season. Abby Kinens and Mary Wirth assisted on the play.

After a scoreless middle frame, the Nor'easters doubled their lead just 1:16 into the third on a power-play goal by Shannon Smith, which was set-up by Taylor Fowler. Marissa Clifford-Biederman added a late goal to complete the scoring, assisted by Haley Gorman and Wirth.

Sydney Helmbrecht needed just nine saves to record her first shutout of the season and third career.

Jenn Toussaint had a busy evening in goal for the Vikings (3-5-0), totaling 39 stops.

The same two teams are back in action against one another Sunday when the Nor'easters host Salem State at the Harold Alfond Forum at 2 p.m.

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Postby Tom Nolette » Tue Dec 01, 2015 5:13 am

Nor'easters breeze past Salem State, 8-0

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BIDDEFORD, Maine -- Carly Perreault scored two goals and added two assists to help the University of New England to an 8-0 victory over Salem State University in a non-league women's ice hockey game played Sunday afternoon (Nov. 29) at the Harold Alfond Forum.

The Nor'easters, who held a commanding 62-8 advantage in shots, improved their record to 3-4-1 while the Vikings fell to 3-6-0. The win was UNE's second shutout of Salem State in the past six days.

UNE started quickly, scoring twice in the game's opening 7:22 to establish control. Emily Corrales tallied theinitial goal, carrying thepuck behind the net and stuffing home ashot from the left doorstep. Haley Gorman would double the Nor'easters' advantage less than six minutes later when her tip of a Melissa Boudreau shot went straight up in the air and off the back of Salem State goalie Katherine Crane into the goal.

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The Nor'easters scored three times in the middle period while outshooting Salem State 23-2. Gabriella Moscato converted a rebound of a Gabby Crugnale wrister to start the scoring at 4:04 of the frame. The lead was extended to 4-0 when Julianne Sheehan poked in the puck from the top of the crease five minutes later, and UNE made it 5-0 at 15:28 on Perreault's first marker of the afternoon.

UNE tacked on a trio of goals in the final frame. Mary Wirth rifled home a wrister from the slot at 3:03 to make the score 6-0 before Perreault's slap shot from just inside the blue line on the right side made the tally 7-0 at 12:56. Marissa Clifford-Biederman closed outthe scoring with a power-playgoalwith just over five minutes remaining.

Sheehan had a three-point afternoon for the Nor'easters, whoreceived two-point performances from Wirth, Corrales, Moscato, Crugnale and Gorman.

Sydney Helmbrecht had four saves in the first periodto earn her third win of the season. Samantha Scobee came on torecord four stops in 33:51 of playing time before giving way to Giana Rifici, who went the rest of the way in goal.

Crane had a busy day between the pipes for Salem State, totaling 45saves. Molly Millett had nine injust over 12 minutes of action in relief of Crane.

The Nor'easters will host a two-game series with SUNY Canton next Friday and Saturday, while the Vikings play a home game versus Plymouth State University Saturday.

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Postby Tom Nolette » Tue Dec 08, 2015 6:56 am

Nor'easters make it four straight with 3-1 win


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BIDDEFORD, Maine -- The University of New England Nor'easters scored a goal in each period on their way to a 3-1 non-conference women's ice hockey victory over SUNY Canton Saturday afternoon (Dec. 5) at the Harold Alfond Forum.

After sweeping its series with SUNY Canton (4-7-1), the Nor'easters moved over the .500 mark at 5-4-1. UNE's four-game winning streak is its longest in the four-year existence of the program.

Halfway through the first period, the Nor'easters opened the scoring when Haley Gorman tipped-in a shot from Melissa Boudreau. Gabby Crugnale also assisted on the goal.

The Roos would even the scoreboard at 16:34 of the frame. Tess Adams notched her team-leading 10th goal, poking home the puck after a scramble in front of the cage. Kat McNeilly and Anna Lagzdina were credited with assists.

The Nor'easters took the lead for good 14:38 into the middle period when Crugnale stuffed home a rebound. Positioned at the top of the crease, Crugnale jumped on a rebound of a blast from just inside the blue line by Shannon Smith.

Annie Mullen would provide an insurance goal for UNE at 12:28 of the third, intercepting the puck as SUNY Canton tried to clear its defensive zone. Mullen struck immediately, potting a wrist shot from the slot.

UNE held a 35-23 advantage in shots on goal and received 22 saves from Sydney Helmbrecht , who registered her fourth consecutive win between the pipes.

Rebecca DiNardo had 32 stops for SUNY Canton, which had a good day on the penalty kill, denying the Nor'easters on all seven of their power-play opportunities.

Both teams are idle until after the holidays. UNE returns to action Jan. 2 with a 1 p.m. home game versus Daniel Webster College, and the Roos play a road game Jan. 4 at the University of Massachusetts Boston (1 p.m.).

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Postby Tom Nolette » Mon Jan 18, 2016 12:30 pm

UNE holds off 3rd-period charge by Valiants

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RYE, N.Y. -- Junior Emily Corrales had a hat-trick, and the University of New England withstood a Manhattanville College rally in the third period to take a 5-4 New England Hockey Conference (NEHC) win in women's ice hockey action Saturday afternoon (Jan. 16) at the Playland Ice Casino.

The win gave the Nor'easters (8-5-2, 3-4-1 NEHC) a sweep of their weekend road trip after Friday night's shutout of Salve Regina University. The Valiants dropped to 5-8-0 overall, 3-5-0 in NEHC play.

After UNE opened up a 1-0 first-period advantage on a goal by Kimberly Gosselin, the Nor'easters exploded for four second-period markers to assume control of the contest. Corrales scored her first of the afternoon just 1:08 into the frame, but that was offset by a Manhattanville goal by Taryn Harris five minutes later. Corrales then scored back-to-back goals at 6:52 and 12:48, giving her a hat-trick in the stanza and pushing the Nor'easters' cushion to 4-1. Marissa Clifford-Biederman would score just 14 seconds later to make the score 5-1 in favor of the visitors.

The Valiants made things interesting in the last 10 minutes of the final period, however, scoring three times. Cassandra Kent (10:37), Katherine Reilly (15:59) and Lindsay Diot (17:56) got Manhattanville within one (5-4) with just over two minutes to play, but the Valiants were unable to complete the comeback.

For the game, Manhattanville held a 35-28 advantage in shots on goal, including a 14-7 edge in the final period.

Sydney Helmbrecht recorded 31 saves for UNE, while Olivia Drew and Rose Pijaca combined to make nine stops for Manhattanville.

The Nor'easters look to run their unbeaten string to five next Friday when they host Nichols College at 4 p.m.

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