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Bowdoin women: 2015 - 16

Postby Tom Nolette » Sat Nov 21, 2015 5:59 am

Wild Third Period Leads Women's Hockey To Season-Opening Win

BRUNSWICK, Maine – The Bowdoin College women's ice hockey team never trailed and erupted for three late goals in a 6-3 season-opening win over Colby on Friday evening at Watson Arena.

The Polar Bears (1-0-0) and Mules (0-1-0) will play again on Saturday afternoon in Waterville.

Game Highlights

Bowdoin controlled the early play in the opening period, recording their first goal of the season from first-year Brooke Solomon, who skated unmarked through neutral zone and ripped a high shot for first collegiate score at 8:09
After Colby killed off 5x3 power play for Bowdoin, the Mules upped the offensive pressure. Bowdoin was able to hold off a late Colby flurry to hold a 1-0 lead after one period
Colby replied early in the second period to tie the game. Megan Fortier collected a bad Bowdoin pass in neutral zone and skated in alone, beating Bowdoin netminder Lan Crofton with a backhander
After withstanding more pressure from the Mules, Bowdoin was able to score twice late in the period to create some breathing room
A pretty 2-on-1 breakaway for the Polar Bears saw Jessica Bowen feed Ariana Bourque with a perfect cross-ice pass for a back-post one-timer at 11:37
Late in the frame, following a Colby penalty for too many players, Julie Dachille slipped a pass in front to Maureen Greason, who roofed her first goal of the season with 51 seconds left in the period, giving the hosts a 3-1 lead
On two occasions in the third period Colby was able to trim the lead to a single goal, only to have Bowdoin answer each time in a wild final frame
A Mule goal by Katie McLaughlin with 9:17 cut the lead to 3-2, but Bowdoin was able to answer with 4:20 to go when Bourque netted her second of the contest
Delaney Flynn scored 30 seconds later to make it 4-3, but Julie Dachille replied 50 seconds later for Bowdoin.
Maegan Sheehan scored her first career goal with 2:36 to play, sealing the win for the Polar Bears
By The Numbers

Bowdoin held a slim 25-24 advantage in shots as Crofton finished with 21 saves and Angelica Crites ended with 19
Colby was called for six penalties with Bowdoin charged for two. Bowdoin went 1-6 on the power play while the Mules went scoreless.
Bourque finished with two goals for the Polar Bears
McLaughlin and Flynn had a goal and an assist apiece for the Mules
Up Next

The teams will conclude their home-and-home series with a 3:00 p.m. contest Saturday at Alfond Arena in Waterville.

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Re: Bowdoin women: 2015 - 16

Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Nov 22, 2015 8:20 am

Colby Comes Away with Overtime Victory in Women's Hockey

WATERVILLE, Maine – The Colby women's ice hockey team scored 58 seconds into overtime to force a series split with Bowdoin on Saturday afternoon.

The Polar Bears and Mules each sit at 1-1-0 on the season, in both overall and NESCAC play.

How It Happened

Miranda Bell scored 5:36 into the opening period, capitalizing on the power play. Maryanne Iodice and Maureen Greason tallied the assists.
The Polar Bears had a two-player advantage on the second goal after back-to-back body checking penalties on Colby. Ariana Bourque pushed the puck across the crease where Jessica Bowen waited on the left post. Bowen scored at 8:18 when she was left alone and buried a shot from close range.
Bella Papapetros scored her first of two goals off a second chance opportunity three minutes later.
Sasha Fritts tied the game when she tipped in a hard shot from Anna Rudinski 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 the right point was deflected in by Papapetros at 6:05 of the third period.
Bowdoin tied the game to force overtime with 7:42 remaining. Bowen intercepted a clearing pass, went in on goal, and lifted a backhand shot past Angelica Crites.
Katie Tang scored under a minute into overtime, capitalizing on a shot from the left point, to end the game.
By the Numbers

Colby held a slight 26-21 in shots as Lan Crofton made 22 stops for Bowdoin. Crites stopped 18 shots for Colby.
The Mules were called for six penalties, with two Bowdoin goals coming off the power play. Colby was unable to convert on any of its five extra-skater opportunities.
Papaetros and Bowen each tallied two goals.
Up Next

Bowdoin returns to the ice next Saturday with a 2:00 p.m. start at Holy Cross.
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Re: Bowdoin women: 2015 - 16

Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Nov 29, 2015 6:24 am

Crusaders Closeout Women's Ice Hockey in 4-1 Matchup

WORCESTER, Mass. – The Bowdoin women's ice hockey team scored a late third period goal to prevent a shutout by Holy Cross in a 4-1 loss to the Crusaders on Saturday afternoon.

The Polar Bears collect their second loss in as many games to fall to 1-2-0. The Crusaders remain perfect at home and improve to 7-2-0 overall.

How It Happened

Elizabeth Scala got Holy Cross on the board first, as she knocked in a rebound off a shot from Taylor McGee at 5:34 of the first period.
Kelsey Goostrey would make it 2-0 as she found a loose puck behind goaltender Lan Crofton and scored at 8:24 of the first.
The Crusaders outshot Bowdoin 20-7 in the first period.
Lauren Abbenante made it 3-0 as she gained a breakaway opportunity off a long pass from Julie Matthias and found the back of the net at 11:14 of the second.
At 12:28 of the second period, Sam Girard tipped a shot from Izzy Bagi and made it 4-0 Crusaders.
Holy Cross outshot the Polar Bears 20-7 in the second period.
Bowdoin got on the board at 14:49 of the third, as Marissa Fichter knocked home a rebound opportunity created by Jill Rathke from the blue line.
The Polar Bears pulled their goaltender in the final two minutes of the game with a power play to give them a 6-on-4 advantage, but could not find the back of the net.
Bowdoin outshot Holy Cross 21-7 in the third period.
By The Numbers

Tessie Salatas stopped 34 of 35 shots faced to earn the win in net for the Crusaders.
Crofton stopped 43 of 47 shots faced in net for the Polar Bears.
Holy Cross outshot Bowdoin 47-35.
Holy Cross was 1-for-3 on the power play, while Bowdoin was 1-for-5.
UP NEXT:

The Crusaders will return to action tomorrow as they travel to Middletown, Conn. where they will take on Wesleyan at 2:00 p.m.
Bowdoin travels to Norwich for a 7:00 p.m. game next Friday.
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Re: Bowdoin women: 2015 - 16

Postby Tom Nolette » Tue Dec 01, 2015 5:04 am

Crusaders Closeout Women's Ice Hockey in 4-1 Matchup

Marissa Fichter tallied Bowdoin's lone goal of the game
Nov 28, 2015
WORCESTER, Mass. – The Bowdoin women's ice hockey team scored a late third period goal to prevent a shutout by Holy Cross in a 4-1 loss to the Crusaders on Saturday afternoon.

The Polar Bears collect their second loss in as many games to fall to 1-2-0. The Crusaders remain perfect at home and improve to 7-2-0 overall.

How It Happened

Elizabeth Scala got Holy Cross on the board first, as she knocked in a rebound off a shot from Taylor McGee at 5:34 of the first period.
Kelsey Goostrey would make it 2-0 as she found a loose puck behind goaltender Lan Crofton and scored at 8:24 of the first.
The Crusaders outshot Bowdoin 20-7 in the first period.
Lauren Abbenante made it 3-0 as she gained a breakaway opportunity off a long pass from Julie Matthias and found the back of the net at 11:14 of the second.
At 12:28 of the second period, Sam Girard tipped a shot from Izzy Bagi and made it 4-0 Crusaders.
Holy Cross outshot the Polar Bears 20-7 in the second period.
Bowdoin got on the board at 14:49 of the third, as Marissa Fichter knocked home a rebound opportunity created by Jill Rathke from the blue line.
The Polar Bears pulled their goaltender in the final two minutes of the game with a power play to give them a 6-on-4 advantage, but could not find the back of the net.
Bowdoin outshot Holy Cross 21-7 in the third period.
By The Numbers

Tessie Salatas stopped 34 of 35 shots faced to earn the win in net for the Crusaders.
Crofton stopped 43 of 47 shots faced in net for the Polar Bears.
Holy Cross outshot Bowdoin 47-35.
Holy Cross was 1-for-3 on the power play, while Bowdoin was 1-for-5.
UP NEXT:

The Crusaders will return to action tomorrow as they travel to Middletown, Conn. where they will take on Wesleyan at 2:00 p.m.
Bowdoin travels to Norwich for a 7:00 p.m. game next Friday.

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Re: Bowdoin women: 2015 - 16

Postby Tom Nolette » Tue Dec 08, 2015 6:21 am

Bell, Bourque, and Fichter Score in Setback at Saint Anselm

Ariana Bourque cut the Hawks' lead in half with a goal in the third
Dec 05, 2015
MANCHESTER, N.H. – The Saint Anselm women's ice hockey team dealt the Polar Bears their fourth consecutive loss in a 5-3 game on Saturday afternoon.

Bowdoin drops to 1-4-0 on the season as the Hawks improve to 6-1-0.

Game Highlights

The two teams traded goals in the opening half of the first period with Marissa Fichter answering an early goal by Victoria Shea.
Hallie Kent responded with the Hawks second of the period just one minute after Fichter tied the game.
Sara McNamara scored her third goal of the season with the lone tally of the middle frame five minutes into action.
Ashley Moran scored the eventual game-winner four minutes into the final period, with Ariana Bourque closing the gap for Bowdoin four minutes later.
McNamara had her second goal of the game midway through the period.
Miranda Bell scored the final goal of the game with 2:04 remaining.
By the Numbers

Bowdoin scored on three of the team 's 13 total shots, while Lan Crofton and Sophia Lattanzio combined for 34 stops.
After allowing 18 shots in the opening period, the Polar Bears cut the Hawks chances to 12 and nine in the remaining frames.
Both teams were unsuccessful on their power play opportunity.
Up Next

Bowdoin returns home after a four game road stretch to play UMass-Boston on Tuesday evening at 7:00 p.m. in Watson Arena.
The Hawks travel to Colby on Tuesday night for a 7:00 p.m. game

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Re: Bowdoin women: 2015 - 16

Postby Tom Nolette » Thu Dec 10, 2015 7:44 am

Women's Hockey Comes From Behind to Beat Beacons

BRUNSWICK, Maine – Maureen Greason scored a pair of goals and Miranda Bell tallied a late game-winner sparking the comeback victory for the Bowdoin women's ice hockey team on Tuesday night against UMass-Boston.
The Polar Bears (2-4-0) break a four game winless streak, while handing the Beacons (5-5-0) their first loss since mid-November.

Game Highlights

The Beacons struck first 12:16 into the game off a goal by Lizzie Aveson. Kaleigh Beauregard started the play by skating into Bowdoin's defensive end towards the left post. Beauregard passed back up ice to Aveson in front of the crease, redirecting the feed to go up 1-0.
Bowdoin evened the game 3:14 into the second period off a solo effort by Greason. Greason collected the puck along the right boards and lined up a shot that deflected into the air off a loose stick on the ice.
Alli Bianchini tallied a power play goal with under three minutes to play in the middle frame getting a favorable deflection off a shot taken above the left circle. The Beacons held a 2-1 lead heading into the second intermission.
Greason tallied her second of the night, converting on the power play, with just over five minutes remaining in the game. Bell controlled the puck in the center just inside the blue line and fed Kimmy Ganong to her left. Ganong directed the puck on net with Greason tipping it to redirect and score.
Bell gave Bowdoin its only lead of the game with 2:32 remaining off another successful power play. Ariana Bourque collected a pass from Bell near the left post and stepped up to take a shot on net but instead slipped the puck back to Bell moving across the crease for a quick goal.
By the Numbers

The teams combined to score three power play goals. Bowdoin went 2-for-3 while the Beacons converted on their lone opportunity.
The Polar Bears outshot UMass-Boston by a 26-22 margin.
Sophia Lattanzio collected her first collegiate win by making 20 stops for Bowdoin.
Casey Schaejbe made 23 saves for the Beacons.
Up Next

Bowdoin is off until January. The Polar Bears return to action with a three game road trip that begins at UNE on January 3 at 2:00 p.m.
The Beacons host Amherst on Friday evening with a 7:00 p.m. puck drop.

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Re: Bowdoin women: 2015 - 16

Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Jan 10, 2016 9:44 am

Late Fichter Goal Lifts Women's Hockey to 3-2 Win Over Williams

WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. – Marissa Fichter scored with under three minutes remaining to lift the Bowdoin women's ice hockey team to a 3-2 NESCAC win over host Williams on Saturday afternoon.

The Polar Bears (4-5-0, 2-2-0 NESCAC) force the series split after falling in Friday night's game. The Ephs (6-4-0, 4-2-0 NESCAC) drop only their second conference game of the season after sweeping Wesleyan back in December to close out 2015.

Game Highlights

Abby Brustad scored the game's first goal with under five minutes remaining in the second period. Eliza Quigley cleared the puck out of her team's own zone and passed up to Brustad who skated down the right boards before going top shelf.
Miranda Bell evened the score just over a minute later by finishing off a scramble in front of the Ephs' crease. Fichter tallied an assist.
Bell fed Fichter with 1:44 remaining in the middle frame to give Bowdoin its first lead of the game.
Williams evened the game nine minutes into the final period as Chelsey Stevenson buried a rebound.
Fichter notched the game-winner with 2:39 remaining on a solo effort. The first-year lined up a low shot from the right side, with the puck skipping inside the far post.
By the Numbers

Lan Crofton ended the day with 18 saves in net for Bowdoin
Christina Cleroux made 31 stops for the Ephs
Bowdoin went 0-for-1 on the power play
Williams was 0-for-2 on the power play
Up Next

Bowdoin returns to Watson Arena with a non-conference game against USM on Tuesday at 7:00 p.m.
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Re: Bowdoin women: 2015 - 16

Postby Tom Nolette » Mon Jan 18, 2016 11:27 am

Women's Hockey Splits Weekend Series with Amherst

BRUNSWICK, Maine – The Amherst women's ice hockey team forced a series split after stealing game two on Saturday afternoon with a 3-1 victory over Bowdoin.

The Polar Bears sit at 6-6-0 (3-3-0 NESCAC) following the conference series. Amherst leaves Maine at 9-1-3 (5-1-2 NESCAC) with a single blemish on its previously undefeated season.

Game Highlights

Julie Dachille put Bowdoin on the board just over the halfway point in the first period. The puck slid into neutral territory following sustained Amherst pressure with Dachille beating the defender to earn a one-on-one. The sophomore skated down the center before pulling to her right and sliding to the ice as she put away the game's first goal.
Eileen Harris set up Katie Savage to even the score just a minute later. Harris set up above the right faceoff circle, sending the puck near side of the crease. Savage connected with the incoming puck and bested Lan Crofton to tie the game.
Amherst took its first lead of the game with 2:17 remaining in the opening frame. Savage found the puck following a defensive scramble in the crease and pushed it ahead for Katelyn Pantera who tallied the goal.
Lynndy Smith rang a shot off the crossbar with 6:30 left in the second period after receiving a feed from the right side.
Amherst added to its lead with a power play goal 7:50 into the final period. Camille Herzog tallied her first career goal off a feed from Harris.
By the Numbers

Amherst went 1-for-5 on the power play
Bowdoin went 0-for-2 on the power play
Crofton ended the day with 28 stops
Sabrina Dobbins stopped 24 shots for Amherst
Up Next

Bowdoin travels to Endicott on Tuesday evening for a non-conference game at Endicott beginning at 7:00 p.m.
Amherst returns home to host Colby next weekend beginning on Friday at 7:00 p.m.

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