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Postby Tom Nolette » Fri Nov 20, 2015 4:06 am

Women’s hockey has 20 players back to start season

WATERVILLE, Maine — The Colby College women’s hockey team had a 14-7 record over the final 21 games last year and head coach Mallory Michaeles returns many of the players for the 2015-16 season.

Colby opens Friday at rival Bowdoin College at 7 p.m. The Mules play host to the Polar Bears in their home opener on Saturday at 3 p.m.
“Our team continues to push forward and while building off of last season is helpful, they also are working to do what’s in their control now and making the most of our opportunities ahead,” Michaeles said. “It is nice to have so many experienced players on the roster. We have been able to expand our systems, which is more fun and more practical with experience at the top.”
Colby has 20 returning players from last season’s 14-11 squad. The Mules had 15 one-goal games and went 10-5 in those contests.
The Mules return eight of their top nine scorers from last year and goaltender Jess Thulin (North Reading, Mass.). Colby made the New England Small College Athletic Conference playoffs last year as a seventh seed, but will need more scoring to get to the next level.
“It certainly helps to have the majority of the top scorers returning,” Michaeles said. “We have been emphasizing quality shots and scoring throughout practices as a way to make that a habit in games.”
Junior forward Katie McLaughlin (Glenburn, Maine) had a breakout season and is Colby’s top returning scorer after leading the Mules with 12 assists and seven goals. McLaughlin, Maddie Dewhirst (Hanover, N.H.), and Angelica Crites (Middleboro, Mass.) are captains for Colby.
Senior forward Megan Fortier (Falmouth, Maine) finished with six goals and seven assists for 13 points. She has 26 goals and 22 assists for 48 career points. Fortier just earned All-NESCAC field hockey honors for a third time.
Dewhirst, who will play on defense, was tied for fourth in the NESCAC last year with four power play goals. She had seven goals and three assists for 10 points. Delaney Flynn (Scituate, Mass.) returns at forward after scoring seven goals and dishing two assists, while Katie Tang (Belmont, Mass.) and Sasha Fritts (Darien, Conn.) each had eight points.
Bre Davis (Andover, N.H.), Bella Papapetros (North Andover, Mass.), Elisa Rascia (Park Ridge, Ill.), Hannah Dineen (Parkland, Fla.), Nikki Donato (Duxbury, Mass.), Eleanor Knutzen (Winchester, Mass.), Meredith Keenan (Sherman, Conn.), and Kailey Buxbaum (Medway, Mass.) also return as forwards. Davis (3 goals, 3 assists) and Buxbaum (1 goal, 5 assists) both had six points.
Seniors Kat Mackey (Columbia, Md.), Tang, and Dewhirst will lead the Mules’ defense. Sophomores Jacqueline Seymour (Canton, Mass.) and Brooke Gary (Boxborough, Mass.) also return.
“Our defensive group is pretty strong, led by the three seniors,” Michaeles said. With two sophomore returners and two first-years, we are deep enough to compete in this league.”
Thulin and Crites are battling for the starting goaltender spot, but both will see action. Thulin was fourth in the NESCAC in save percentage (.940) and played 72 percent of the minutes. Crites had seven starts last year and had a 4-3 record. Junior Hannah Insuik (Andover, Mass.) gives Colby depth at the goalie position.
“All three of them have good chemistry as a group,” Michaeles said. “They are focused on pushing each other every day.”
First-year defenders Mikayla McLaughlin (Glenburn, Maine) and Anna Rudinski (Morristown, N.J.) will contribute right away. McLaughlin is the sister of Katie McLaughlin and Rudinski played field hockey in the fall.
Carly Thomas (Lincolnshire, Ill.) and Lucy Dembeck (Bloomfield Hills, Mich.) join the Mules as first-year forwards.

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Re: Colby College women: 2015 - 16

Postby Tom Nolette » Sat Nov 21, 2015 6:12 am

Women’s hockey drops road game in opener

BRUNSWICK, Maine — The Colby College women’s hockey team scored three goals and had some nice scoring opportunities, but Bowdoin College pulled away in the third period for a 6-3 win in the season opener for both teams Friday night at Watson Arena.

The Mules (0-1 overall) will play host to Bowdoin (1-0) on Saturday at 3 p.m. at Alfond Rink.
Colby had a solid first period, creating some scoring chances and killing off a 5-on-3 Bowdoin power play. However, Polar Bear first-year Brooke Solomon scored on a long shot at 8:09 for the lone goal of the period.
The Mules tied the game early in the second period when Megan Fortier collected a bad Bowdoin pass, skated in alone, and beat goaltender Lan Crofton with a backhand shot.
The Mules had some more pressure on Crofton after the Fortier goal. Bowdoin, though, ended up with goals from Ariana Bourque and Maureen Greason to take a 3-1 lead after two periods.
Colby cut the lead to one goal on two occasions in the third period. The Polar Bears answered both times with a goal of their own. Katie McLaughlin scored with 9:17 left to cut the margin to 3-2, but Bourque scored her second goal with 4:20 remaining.
Delaney Flynn scored 30 seconds after Bourque’s goal and the Mules seemed to have a chance for a tie. Bowdoin’s Julie Dachille and Maegan Sheehan scored 24 seconds apart in the final three minutes.
Angelica Crites stopped 19 shots for the Mules.
Box Score
http://collegehockeystats.net/boxes/wbowclb1.n20

Bowdoin 6, Colby 3
Scoring by Period – CLB 0-1-2=3; BOW 1-2-3=6

1st Period
Scoring – 1, BOW Brooke Solomon/1 8:09
Penalties – Anna Rudinski, CLB (Cross-Checking) 2:33; Brooke Solomon, BOW (Body Checking) 5:27; Anna Rudinski, CLB (Hooking) 8:09; Elisa Rascia, CLB (Tripping) 8:24; Julie Dachille, BOW (Hooking) 10:36

2nd Period
Scoring – 2, CLB Megan Fortier/1 3:22
3, BOW Ariana Bourque/1 (Jessica Bowen/1) 11:37
4, BOW Maureen Greason/1 (Miranda Bell/1, Julie Dachille/1) 19:09 (PP)
Penalties – Bench, CLB (Too Many Players) 19:01

3rd Period
Scoring – 5, CLB Katie McLaughlin/1 (Delaney Flynn/1) 10:43
6, BOW Ariana Bourque/2 (Marissa Fichter/1) 15:40 (GW)
7, CLB Delaney Flynn/1 (Katie McLaughlin/1, Bella Papapetros/1) 16:10
8, BOW Julie Dachille/1 (Maddy Hall/1) 17:00
9, BOW Maegan Sheehan/1 17:24
Penalties – Elisa Rascia, CLB (Interference) 5:38; Anna Rudinski, CLB (Hooking) 12:41

Colby Goaltending – Angelica Crites (60:00, 25 shots, 19 saves, 6 GA)

Bowdoin Goaltending – Lan Crofton (60:00, 24 shots, 21 saves, 3 GA)

Win – Lan Crofton, BOW (1-0-0). Loss – Angelica Crites, CLB (0-1-0).

Shots On Goal – CLB 10-7-7=24; BOW 8-7-10=25

Power Plays – CLB 0 of 2; BOW 1 of 6

Penalties – CLB 6 (12 min); BOW 2 (4 min)

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Re: Colby College women: 2015 - 16

Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Nov 22, 2015 8:26 am

Women’s hockey goes overtime to beat Bowdoin

WATERVILLE, Maine — Katie Tang (Belmont, Mass.) scored on a blast in overtime as the Colby College women’s hockey team battled back from a 2-0 deficit to earn a 4-3 victory over rival Bowdoin College in NESCAC play Saturday at Alfond Rink.

The Mules (1-1 overall, 1-1 NESCAC) scored three straight goals to take a 3-2 lead, but the Polar Bears (1-1, 1-1) scored with 7:32 left in regulation to tie the contest.

Bowdoin got a power play opportunity on a Colby tripping call with 2:16 left in the third period. However, the Polar Bears were called for a trip with 56.5 seconds remaining and the teams went to the extra period.

Tang was open on the left point area and was able to smack a shot past Bowdoin goalie Lan Crofton (Milton, Mass.). Megan Fortier (Falmouth, Maine) and Sasha Fritts (Darien, Conn.) had assists on the play. Fortier had her 50th career point and now has 27 goals and 23 assists.

Bowdoin scored two power play goals to go up 2-0 about midway through the second period. Miranda Bell (Plano, Texas) scored at 5:36 of the first period with the extra attacker from Maryanne Iodice (Lasalle, Quebec) and Maureen Greason (Bainbridge Island, Wash.).

The Polar Bears had two-player advantage on the second goal after back-to-back body checking penalties on Colby. Jessica Bowen scored at 8:18 when she was left alone on the left post area and banged in a shot from in close. Ariana Bourque (West Barnstable, Mass.) pushed the puck across the crease.

Colby started the comeback at 11:26 of the second period on the first of two goals from Bella Papapetros (North Andover, Mass.). She scored on a second chance opportunity off assists from Katie McLaughlin (Glenburn, Maine) and Delaney Flynn (Scituate, Mass.).

Fritts tied the game when she tipped in a hard shot from Anna Rudinski (Morristown, N.J.) with just 1:30 left in the second period.

The Mules went ahead for the first time on another Rudinski assist when her shot from way out on the right point was deflected in by Papapetros at 6:05 of the third period.

Colby got sloppy on Bowdoin’s tying goal with 7:32 remaining. Bowen intercepted a clearing pass, went in on goal, and lifted a backhand shot past Angelica Crites (Middleboro, Mass.) for a 3-3 tie.

Crites finished with seven of her 18 saves in the third period, while Crofton had nine of her 22 stops in the second period.

Colby 4, Bowdoin 3, OT

Scoring by Period – BOW 1-1-1-0=3; CLB 0-2-1-1=4

1st Period
Scoring – 1, BOW Miranda Bell/1 (Maryanne Iodice/1, Maureen Greason/1) 5:36 (PP)
Penalties – Megan Fortier, CLB (Tripping) 3:48; Maegan Sheehan, BOW (Body Checking) 5:51; Elisa Rascia, CLB (Body Checking) 10:36; Anna Rudinski, CLB (Body Checking) 17:51; Ariana Bourque, BOW (Tripping) 19:50

2nd Period
Scoring – 2, BOW Jessica Bowen/1 (Ariana Bourque/1) 8:18 (PP)
3, CLB Bella Papapetros/1 (Katie McLaughlin/2, Delaney Flynn/2) 11:26
4, CLB Sasha Fritts/1 (Anna Rudinski/1) 18:30
Penalties – Brooke Solomon, BOW (Roughing) 4:29; Brooke Solomon, BOW (Tripping) 4:29; Megan Fortier, CLB (Roughing) 4:29; Elisa Rascia, CLB (Body Checking) 7:15; Eleanor Knutzen, CLB (Body Checking) 7:50

3rd Period
Scoring – 5, CLB Bella Papapetros/2 (Anna Rudinski/2) 6:05
6, BOW Jessica Bowen/2 12:28
Penalties – Maureen Greason, BOW (Cross-Checking) 8:55; Jacqueline Seymour, CLB (Tripping) 17:39; Miranda Bell, BOW (Tripping) 18:39

Overtime
Scoring – 7, CLB Katie Tang/1 (Megan Fortier/1, Sasha Fritts/1) 0:58 (GW)
Penalties – None

Bowdoin Goaltending – Lan Crofton (60:58, 26 shots, 22 saves, 4 GA)

Colby Goaltending – Angelica Crites (60:58, 21 shots, 18 saves, 3 GA)

Win – Angelica Crites, CLB (1-1-0). Loss – Lan Crofton, BOW (1-1-0).

Shots On Goal – BOW 7-6-8-0=21; CLB 8-11-6-1=26

Power Plays – BOW 2 of 6; CLB 0 of 5

Penalties – BOW 6 (12 min); CLB 7 (14 min)

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Re: Colby College women: 2015 - 16

Postby Tom Nolette » Wed Nov 25, 2015 7:22 am

Women’s hockey holds off Southern Maine, 2-1

WATERVILLE, Maine — Colby College goaltender Angelica Crites made a number of fine stops and she received two goals from her teammates in the second period as the Mules held on for a 2-1 non-conference win over University of Southern Maine on Tuesday at Alfond Rink.

Both goalies had outstanding games to keep it close. Crites had 24 stops, with a number of them being difficult saves. Southern Maine goalie Courtney Davis stopped 37 shots, including 15 in the second period when Colby put on a lot of pressure.
With the Mules (2-1) trailing 1-0 after a period, Colby evened the game quickly when Bella Papapetros scored her third of the year just 23 seconds into play on the third assist of the season from Delaney Flynn.
The Huskies (1-5-1) had four of the six penalties in the second period and the Mules capitalized on the game-winning goal. Sasha Fritts scored her second of the season from Papapetros and Katie McLaughlin at 10:37 with the extra attacker.
Crites made 11 of her 24 saves in the final period, while Davis had at least 10 saves or more in all three periods.
Cassandra Sherman opened the scoring for the Huskies with her second of the season with just six seconds left in the opening period.
Colby 2, Southern Maine 1
Scoring by Period – SOM 1-0-0=1; CLB 0-2-0=2

1st Period
Scoring – 1, SOM Cassandra Sherman/2 19:54
Penalties – Kaleigh Heath, SOM (Hooking) 1:55; Chelsea Boucher, SOM (Tripping) 14:56

2nd Period
Scoring – 2, CLB Bella Papapetros/3 (Delaney Flynn/3) 0:23
3, CLB Sasha Fritts/2 (Bella Papapetros/2, Katie McLaughlin/3) 10:37 (PP) (GW)
Penalties – Kaleigh Heath, SOM (Body Checking) 3:35; Chelsea Boucher, SOM (Body Checking) 9:20; Delaney Flynn, CLB (Hooking) 14:23; Kaleigh Heath, SOM (Slashing) 14:50; Megan Fortier, CLB (Goaltender Interference) 15:54; Kaleigh Heath, SOM (Holding) 17:53

3rd Period
Scoring – None
Penalties – None

Southern Maine Goaltending – Courtney Davis (59:29, 39 shots, 37 saves, 2 GA); Empty Net (0:31, 0 GA)

Colby Goaltending – Angelica Crites (60:00, 25 shots, 24 saves, 1 GA)

Win – Angelica Crites, CLB (2-1-0). Loss – Courtney Davis, SOM (0-1-0).

Shots On Goal – SOM 8-6-11=25; CLB 10-17-12=39

Power Plays – SOM 0 of 2; CLB 1 of 5

Penalties – SOM 6 (12 min); CLB 2 (4 min)

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Re: Colby College women: 2015 - 16

Postby Tom Nolette » Tue Dec 08, 2015 6:30 am

Women’s hockey earns 2-2 tie with Hamilton

CLINTON, N.Y. — Bella Papapetros scored with 2:08 left in regulation and Angelica Crites made 16 saves in the third period and overtime in Colby College’s 2-2 tie with Hamilton College in NESCAC women’s hockey Saturday.

The Mules are 2-3-1 overall and 1-2-1 in conference play, while Hamilton is 3-2-1 and 2-1-1 in the league.
Facing a long trip home with a pair of losses, Colby’s line of Papapetros, Katie McLaughlin, and Delaney Flynn scored both goals. Papapetros got her fourth of the season with the game-tying score from Flynn and Brooke Gary.
Hamilton’s Megan Fitzgerald scored her first of the season unassisted at 8:50 of the opening period. Flynn tied the game with her second goal with just three seconds left in the first period from Papapetros and McLaughlin, who is up to five assists.
After an uneventful second period resulted in no goals and just one power play attempt, the teams traded goals in the third. Steph DiPietro scored at 12:47 for her first goal to give the Continentals their second lead.
Crites stopped 27 shots in 65 minutes for the Mules. Hamilton goalie Sam Walther also made 27 saves.
Colby plays at Saint Anselm College on Tuesday at 7 p.m.
Colby 2, Hamilton 2, OT
Scoring by Period – CLB 1-0-1-0=2; HAM 1-0-1-0=2

1st Period
Scoring – 1, HAM Megan Fitzgerald/1 8:50
2, CLB Delaney Flynn/2 (Bella Papapetros/4, Katie McLaughlin/5) 19:57
Penalties – Emily Williams, HAM (Roughing) 5:24; Katie Parkman, HAM (Interference) 13:25

2nd Period
Scoring – None
Penalties – Elisa Rascia, CLB (Hooking) 14:19

3rd Period
Scoring – 3, HAM Steph DiPietro/1 (Taegan Blackwell/3, Megan Ahern/2) 12:47
4, CLB Bella Papapetros/4 (Brooke Gary/2, Delaney Flynn/4) 17:52
Penalties – Anna Rudinski, CLB (Checking) 12:54

Overtime
Scoring – None
Penalties – None

Colby Goaltending – Angelica Crites (65:00, 29 shots, 27 saves, 2 GA)

Hamilton Goaltending – Sam Walther (65:00, 29 shots, 27 saves, 2 GA)

Tie – Angelica Crites, CLB (2-2-1). Tie – Sam Walther, HAM (3-2-1).

Shots On Goal – CLB 8-9-8-4=29; HAM 4-8-13-4=29

Power Plays – CLB 0 of 2; HAM 0 of 2

Penalties – CLB 2 (4 min); HAM 2 (4 min)

New Records – Hamilton 3-2-1, Colby 2-3-1

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Re: Colby College women: 2015 - 16

Postby Tom Nolette » Thu Dec 10, 2015 7:50 am

Crites stops 43 shots in women’s hockey setback

MANCHESTER, Vt. — Despite 43 saves from Colby College goaltender Angelica Crites, the Mules fell 4-0 to Saint Anselm College on Tuesday night in a non-conference game.

The Mules drop to 2-4-1 overall, while the Hawks improve to 7-1.
Crites had 22 of her 43 stops in the second period. Saint Anselm had a 47-16 shot advantage.
The Mules, who had nine shots in the opening period, allowed a goal by Alison Butler just 1:13 into the contest. Butler then had an assist on the Hawks’ next goal at 12:38 of the first from Caley Mueller.
The Hawks added two insurance goals in the final period. Alex Kazmer tallied at 9:17 and Kaitlyn Spillane closed out the scoring at 12:20.
Hannah Synnott stopped 16 shots for Saint Anselm in improving to 6-0 this season.
Colby closes out the first semester of play with Saturday’s 3 p.m. game at Holy Cross.
Saint Anselm 4, Colby 0
Scoring by Period – CLB 0-0-0=0; STA 2-2-0=4

1st Period
Scoring – 1, STA Alison Butler/5 (Victoria Shea/3) 1:13 (GW)
2, STA Caley Mueller/2 (Alison Butler/4, Victoria Shea/4) 12:38
Penalties – Jessica Galiczewski, STA (Holding) 18:27

2nd Period
Scoring – 3, STA Alex Kazmer/4 (Alex Starzyk/6, Alison Quinn/4) 9:17
4, STA Kaitlyn Spillane/3 (Sara McNamara/3, Halle Kent/6) 12:20
Penalties – Elisa Rascia, CLB (Tripping) 1:23; Meaghan Spurling, STA (Goaltender Interference) 4:47

3rd Period
Scoring – None
Penalties – Jessica Galiczewski, STA (Checking) 8:22; Sasha Fritts, CLB (Tripping) 14:10; Sarah Geisinger, STA (Slashing) 18:12

Colby Goaltending – Angelica Crites (59:50, 47 shots, 43 saves, 4 GA); Empty Net (0:10, 0 GA)

Saint Anselm Goaltending – Hannah Synnott (60:00, 16 shots, 16 saves, 0 GA)

Win – Hannah Synnott, STA (6-0-0). Loss – Angelica Crites, CLB (2-3-1).

Shots On Goal – CLB 9-4-3=16; STA 11-24-12=47

Power Plays – CLB 0 of 4; STA 0 of 2

Penalties – CLB 2 (4 min); STA 4 (8 min)

New Records – Saint Anselm 7-1-0, Colby 2-4-1

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Postby Tom Nolette » Sat Dec 26, 2015 4:01 am

Glenburn sisters sharing hockey dream at Colby College

“We smile when we go against each other in drills. We give each other encouragement,” Mikayla said.

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Re: Colby College women: 2015 - 16

Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Jan 10, 2016 9:48 am

Women’s hockey earns league win over Wesleyan

MIDDLETOWN, Conn. — The Colby College women’s hockey team exploded for four goals in the opening 15:59 of play on the way to a 6-3 victory over Wesleyan University on Saturday.

Colby need a win after falling to the Cardinals on Friday night and made it happen with 48 shots on goal. The Mules improve to 4-6-2 overall and 2-3-1 in the league, while Wesleyan is 3-7 overall and 1-3 in the conference.
Colby’s Sasha Fritts had two goals and one assist, while Katie Tang also had three points on the day with three assists. Mikayla McLaughlin scored her first career goal, Delaney Flynn had her fourth score of the season, Bre Davis notched her third goal of the year, and Megan Fortier also tallied for the Mules.
The Mules scored the four goals in a span of 8 minutes, 3 seconds. Fritts put Colby on top to stay at 7:46 of the opening period from Tang.
Flynn put Colby up 2-0 at 11:08 fromo Tang and Katie McLaughlin, who had her seven assist of the season.
Just 2-04 later, Mikayla McLaughlin made it a 3-0 game on Fritts’ fourth assist fo the season. Fritts has a team-best seven goals and is second on the team in scoring with 11 points.
Davis got the first of two power play goals for the Mules after Wesleyan took a tripping penalty at 14:11. Davis tallied at 15:59 on the sixth assist of the season from Bella Papapetros.
The Mules had a body checking penalty at 17:08 and Wesleyan made it a 4-1 game after one period. Ellery Sarosi scored at 17:49.

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Re: Colby College women: 2015 - 16

Postby Tom Nolette » Mon Jan 18, 2016 11:41 am

Late goal hurts women’s hockey in loss

WATERVILLE, Maine — The Colby College women’s hockey team scored just 38 seconds into the game, but Williams College got a goal with only 18 seconds remaining in the contest for a 2-1 NESCAC win Saturday at Alfond Rink.

Sara Lehman scored with just 18 seconds left in the game to power the Ephs to a split of the weekend series.
The Ephs improve to 8-5 overall and 5-3 in conference play, while Colby falls to 5-7-3 and 3-4-1 in the league. The Mules took a 3-1 win over Williams on Friday.
While both teams had opportunities in the third period, Lehman scored her fourth of the season from in front off assists from Annie Rush and Eliza Quigley.
The game started like it might be high scoring. Katie McLaughlin scored only 38 seconds into the game for the Mules for her eighth goal of the year. Bella Papapetros had her eighth assist and Kat Mackey her fifth. McLaughlin redirected what was either a shot or pass from Mackey.
The Ephs tied the game at 5:31 when Abby Brustad was in the right place to knock in a rebound for her third goal. Annie Rush and Talia Simon both had their fourth assist.
Christina Cleroux stopped 20 shots for the Ephs, while Angelica Crites had 20 saves for Colby.
Williams 2, Colby 1
Scoring by Period – WIL 1-0-1=2; CLB 1-0-0=1

1st Period
Scoring – 1, CLB Katie McLaughlin/8 (Kat Mackey/5, Bella Papapetros/8) 0:38
2, WIL Abby Brustad/3 (Annie Rush/4, Talia Simon/4) 5:31
Penalties – Sasha Fritts, CLB (Tripping) 17:03; Kearan Burke, WIL (Roughing) 19:59

2nd Period
Scoring – None
Penalties – Caitlin Buckley, WIL (Tripping) 14:28; Elisa Rascia, CLB (Body Checking) 19:54

3rd Period
Scoring – 3, WIL Sara Lehman/4 (Annie Rush/5, Eliza Quigley/3) 19:42 (GW)
Penalties – Eliza Quigley, WIL (Interference) 11:55

Williams Goaltending – Christina Cleroux (60:00, 21 shots, 20 saves, 1 GA)

Colby Goaltending – Angelica Crites (59:42, 22 shots, 20 saves, 2 GA); Empty Net (0:18, 0 GA)

Win – Christina Cleroux, WIL (7-5-0). Loss – Angelica Crites, CLB (5-6-2).

Shots On Goal – WIL 9-6-7=22; CLB 7-5-9=21

Power Plays – WIL 0 of 2; CLB 0 of 3

Penalties – WIL 3 (6 min); CLB 2 (4 min)

New Records – Williams 8-5-0, Colby 5-7-3

Referees: Chris Parsons, David Maxfield Linesmen: Jon Salois, Chris Peters

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Re: Colby College women: 2015 - 16

Postby Tom Nolette » Tue Jan 19, 2016 10:14 am

Hockey’s McLaughlin sisters featured twice

The Colby College women’s hockey sister act of Katie McLaughlin and Mikayla McLaughlin of Glenburn, Maine, recently were featured in stories by WABI-TV out of Bangor and by the Bangor Daily News.

Katie, a senior tri-captain, leads the Mules with eight goals and eight assists for 16 points. She is nearing 50 career points. Mikayla is a first-year forward and has two goals on the season while playing in all 15 games.
WABI-TV: http://wabi.tv/2016/01/13/glenburns-mcl ... -at-colby/

Bangor Daily News: https://bangordailynews.com/2015/12/25/ ... dBoxSports
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