Men's round-up: A Jumbo-sized Saturday

More news about: Babson | Bowdoin | Elmira | Tufts | UW-Stevens Point

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Another big Saturday is in the books though it featured only one game between ranked teams, which occured out West as No. 12 Augsburg invaded No. 2 UW-Stevens Point. That didn't mean the day was short on excitement however as NESCAC conference play proved as even and challenging as ever as a pair of ranked teams fell, the NEHC continued to sort itself out, and another pair of CCC-ECAC West non-conference games yielded interesting results

Tufts' Mason Pulde stopped 39 of 40 shots as the Jumbos handed No. 5 Hamilton its first loss of the year. 
Photo: Tufts Athletics

In Stevens Point, the second-ranked Pointers came into Saturday night's meeting with Augsburg on their heels thanks to a Wednesday tie with Northland and a Friday loss to Saint Mary's, but the Pointers rebounded from a slow start to score a 5-2 win over the Auggies.

Augsburg's Luke Dietsch scored just 1:34 into the game to stake the visitors a 1-0 lead, but Jono Davis and Ethan Strong both notched second period goals to make it 2-1 Stevens Point after 40 minutes.

Jacob Barber scored to extend the Pointers' lead to 3-1 with 5:48 remaining in the game, and though Augsburg's Evan Hesse scored with 2:22 remaining to reduce the Auggies' deficit to one, the Pointers added a pair of empty net goals to secure the key West Region non-conference win.

Stevens Point outshot Augsburg 48-26 on the night and improved to 12-3-3 on the year to stay smack dab in the middle of the Pool B race. Speaking of which, other current Pool B front-runners, No. 10 Hobart (9-2-3) and No. 7 UW-Eau Claire (12-3-3), both kept pace as the Statesmen topped University of New England, 5-1, while the Blugolds downed St. Thomas by the same score.


Parity continues to reign in NESCAC

The NESCAC entered the weekend with the best non-conference record in the nation and seven of its ten teams boasting winning records, so perhaps it should come as no surprise that league play continues to prove itself littered with landmines as two more ranked teams fell to conference rivals on Saturday.

Jay Kourkoulis' first period goal put Bowdoin up 3-0 over No. 11 Trinity.
Photo: Bowdoin Athletics

Tufts pulled off the biggest win of the day as the Jumbos hit the road and upended previously unbeaten and fifth-ranked Hamilton, 3-1. A Connor Lamberti power play goal at 16:37 of the first period put Hamilton up 1-0, but that would be all the Continentals could muster on the afternoon as Tufts' goaltender Mason Pulde stopped 39 of 40 shots.

Tufts' Clay Berger tied it up with a shorthanded goal late in the first period, added an even-strength marker at 7:06 to make it 2-1 Jumbos, and Tyler Scroggins put away a shorthanded empty-netter in the closing minute to secure the win for Tufts. The loss dropped Hamilton to 11-1-2 overall and 6-1-2 in the NESCAC though the Continentals remain atop the league standings, two points ahead of Colby. Tufts now stands at 7-4-3 overall and 5-2-1 in the NESCAC, three points behind Hamilton.

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Bowdoin joined Tufts on the upset train as the Polar Bears scored three times in the first period en route to a 3-0 win over No. 11 Trinity. Matthew Melanson, Austin Ricci, and Jay Kourkoulis were the first period goal-scorers for Bowdoin, while Cody Tedesco and Matthew Lison also scored.

Sean Orlando was the lone scorer for Trinity, who fell to 8-5-1 overall and 4-4-0 in the NESCAC. Bowdoin, who was outshot 38-32 on the day, picked up 37 saves from Peter Cronin to improve to 7-8-0 overall and 4-6-0 in the NESCAC.

Other results around the league saw No. 15 Amherst win its sixth straight with a 4-1 win over Connecticut College. The soon-to-be-named Amherst side remains three points back of Hamilton in the league race. Elsewhere, Wesleyan and Colby skated to a 4-4 (ot) tie and Williams was the lone NESCAC team in non-conference action on Saturday, where the Ephs fell 3-1 at Plattsburgh State.

 

Elsewhere

  • Babson avenged a Thursday night loss to UMass Boston with a 4-2 win over the Beacons. The Babson win marks just its second in eight games, though the Beavers still stand in a three-way tie for third in the NEHC with New England College and Castleton. All three sit six points behind Norwich, who fought through a superb performance by Southern Maine goaltender Kyle Shapiro to score a 2-1 road win over the Huskies.
  • A week after breaking into the D3hockey.com Men's Top 15, No. 14 Salve Regina fell to an ECAC West opponent for the second night in a row as the Seahawks were topped, 5-2, by Elmira. Connor Powell finished with a goal and two assists to lead Elmira, while Tyler Theodoulou and Eddie Nolan each posted a goal and an assist
  • No. 6 Adrian stayed five points up in the NCHA league race as the Bulldogs finished off a weekend sweep at Lake Forest with a 5-2 win over the Foresters. No. 1 St. Norbert, who stands in second and has two games in hand on Adrian, wrapped up its own road sweep with a 3-0 win at Finlandia.
  • Plymouth State and Salem State played to a 1-1 (ot) tie at Salem, which was enough to keep Plymouth in first in the MASCAC, one point ahead of UMass Darmouth, who was a 6-4 winner at Westfield State. Salem remains alone in third place, three points behind the league-leading Panthers.
  • A night after upending No. 2 Stevens Point, Saint Mary's came out on the short end of a wild 6-5 (ot) decidion at UW-Stout. A Colton Brausen power play goal 1:03 into overtime handed the Blue Devils the win. Alex Toscano scored twice to lead Stout, who picked up goals from five different skaters.

 

How the Top 15 Fared

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No. 12 Augsburg  2  No. 2 UW-Stevens Point  5  Final
No. 3 Norwich  2  Southern Maine  1  Final • * BX
Tufts  3  No. 5 Hamilton  1  Final • * BX
No. 6 Adrian  5  Lake Forest  2  Final • * BX P
St. Thomas  1  No. 7 UW-Eau Claire  5  Final BX
Stevenson  2  No. 8 SUNY Geneseo  6  Final BX P
University of New England  1  No. 10 Hobart  5  Final BX RC
No. 11 Trinity (Conn.)  1  Bowdoin  5  Final • * BX
No. 14 Salve Regina  2  Elmira  5  Final BX
Conn. College  1  No. 15 Amherst  4  Final • * BX

 

 

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D3hockey.com Women's Team of the Week: January 11th

Compiled by D3hockey.com Staff

We're back! Hope you didn't miss us too much, and if you did, worry no more. Here's our first Women's Team of the Week of 2017! 

How it works: Each week, Sports Information Directors from across the country submit week-long performances they've deemed worthy of being placed among the best in the nation in the week that was. For award purposes, a normal week will run from Monday to Sunday, so any games played on deadline day (deadline for nominations is 8pm Monday) are incorporated into the following week's award cycle. We also comb conference weekly releases, our own weekly recaps, and pick the brains of our staff to see who else may be a worthwhile candidate.


Once we get the school and league nominations, we select among top performances by position. It's an elite group. Three forwards, two defensemen, one goaltender. Nothing else. To get here, means you're one of best performers on the ice at your position in the week that was. 

To be clear, we aren't just looking at raw numbers. We're also looking to incorporate players that contributed in the pivotal moments, season defining wins, and stunning upsets that make our brand of hockey so exciting.

Don't see a player here? Think they would have made the cut? Encourage your school's Sports Information Director to nominate deserving players each week. From now, through the week following conference championship games, SIDs can submit their nominations from 10pm each Saturday night until 8pm on Mondays utilizing their PrestoSports login at http://d3football.com/nominations/award-status. In an effort to be as thorough as possible, weekly releases from our member conferences are also accepted.

Now that we've explained the process, let's get to it. Here is your D3hockey.com National Team of the Week:

Goaltender

Camille Leonard, Plattsburgh, Senior
Camille Leonard went 2-0-0 and recorded a 1.98 goals-against average and a .900 save percentage as top-ranked Plattsburgh State won both of its games against top-5 nationally-ranked teams to claim this year's East-West Hockey Classic. Leonard stopped 19 of 22 shots in Saturday's 4-3 overtime win against No. 5 Adrian College before turning in 17 saves on 18 shots in Sunday's 3-1 championship win against No. 4 Norwich University. Leonard's only blemish in Sunday's game was on a power-play goal. With Sunday's victory, Leonard secured her 62nd career win in net and she is now tied with Carolyne Roy '05 for second in school history. Sydney Aveson '14 holds the program's career mark with 69 wins. 

 

 

Defense

Hannah Kiraly, Plattsburgh, Freshman
Hannah Kiraly logged two assists as top-ranked Plattsburgh State won both of its games against top-5 nationally-ranked teams to claim this year's East-West Hockey Classic. Kiraly provided the lone assist on a third-period goal as Plattsburgh State topped No. 5 Adrian College, 4-3, in overtime on Saturday. She then dished a helper on a first-period tally in Sunday's 3-1 championship win against No. 4 Norwich University. Kiraly was named to the Classic's all-tournament team. She currently sits 12th in Division III in points-per-game (0.77) among blue liners, while helping anchor a defense that is ninth in scoring defense (1.31).

Kaitlyn Schlake, Morrisville, Sophomore
Schlake contributed to a 2-0 non-conference record for the Mustangs over the weekend, collecting four points from the blue line as Morrisville State downed Cortland by 4-1, and 5-1 final scores. Schlake posted an assist on Friday before posting a goal and two more assists in Saturday's win. Collecting a +3 rating while on the ice across two games, Schlake also had the game winning score Saturday. 

 

Forward

Ally Fox, Marian, Freshman
Freshman Ally Fox had a big weekend to help the Sabres sweep a pair of MIAC teams. She opened the weekend having a hand in all three Sabre goals in a 3-0 win over Hamline. Fox would net a pair of goals in the win including the game-winner and assisted the third. Fox totalled five points on the weekend coming from three goals and a pair of assists and is currently sixth in the NCHA with eight goals.  

Maddie Winslow, Middlebury, Junior
In a key NESCAC series, Winslow factored into all four Panther goals as Middlebury worked a 1-0-1 weekend against Amherst. In a 3-1 win on Friday, she scored twice and assisted on the game-winner, and added an additional goal to tie the game in a 1-1 stalemate on Saturday. 

Brooke Lupi, Adrian, Sophomore
Lupi scored four goals in two games against the No. 1 team in the nation, Plattsburgh St., and the No. 2 team in the nation, Elmira. Her two goals against Plattsburgh St. were back-to-back in the third period with the second one tying the game to force overtime. She scored the first goal of the game against Elmira in the first period and followed up with an empty-net goal in the final minute of the game that sealed the victory for the Bulldogs. Lupi was the only Adrian College representative on the East-West Classic All-Tournament team.

 

 

 

 

 


 

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Women's elites duke it out in East-West Classic

More news about: Adrian | Elmira | Norwich | Plattsburgh State

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Saturday's schedule offered all women's fans could ask for as four of the top five ranked teams went head-to-head in the East-West Classic at Norwich. The end results of day one: two one-goal games, an overtime game-winner, and plenty of drama to spare...

A second period goal by Sophie McGovern lifted No. 5 Norwich to a 1-0 win over previously unbeaten and second-ranked Elmira.
Photo: Norwich Athletics


No. 5 Norwich 1, No. 2 Elmira 0

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Elmira entered the weekend as one of just two women's unbeatens remaining, but by the time Saturday afternoon was over that number was reduced to one as Norwich became the first of the year to trip up the Soaring Eagles.

Norwich's Sophie McGovern netted the only goal of the game at the 9:59 mark of the second period, and Cadets' netminder Laurie King turned back all 19 shots she faced to preserve the narrow lead and score the shutout win.

Adelle Murphy and Bryn Labbe were credited with assists on McGovern's goal.

Norwich improved to 9-1-1 with the win, while Elmira fell to 9-1-2.

 

No. 1 Plattsburgh State 4, No. 4 Adrian 3 (ot)

Box Score

Drama reigned in game two of the East-West Classic as Plattsburgh State led 3-1 with under five minutes to go, but Adrian scored twice in the final 4:20 to force overtime. However, the comeback was short-lived as Plattsburgh's Jordan Lipson scored just 1:02 into overtime to lift the top-ranked Cardinals to the win.

Lipson opened the scoring just 3:15 into the opening period, and Plattsburgh's Kayla Meneghin added another at the 11:09 mark to make it 2-0 Cardinals, but Adrian's Kelly O'Sullivan scored at 13:45 to make it a 2-1 game.

After a scoreless second stanza, Plattsburgh's Mackenzie Millen scored with 6:34 remaining in the game to give the Cardinals a seemingly comfortable 3-1 lead, but Adrian's Brooke Lupi scored just over two minutes later, and then Lupi struck again with just 33 seconds remaining in regulation to tie the game, 3-3, and force overtime.

Plattsburgh, now 11-1-0 on the year, outshot Adrian 28-22 on the afternoon and picked up 19 saves from goaltender Camille Leonard. Jade Walsh finished with 24 saves for Adrian, who dropped to 9-2-0 with the loss.

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The results set up the tournament's Sunday conclusion which will feature Adrian and Elmira in the third-place contest at 1:00 pm EST, while Plattsburgh and Norwich will battle it out for the title at 4:00 pm EST.

The Adrian-Elmira tilt is a rematch of a 2016 NCAA quarterfinal in which Elmira prevailed, 3-1, while Plattsburgh and Norwich will be facing off for the second time this season as the Cardinals defeated the Cadets, 3-1, on November 16.

 

 

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Concordia-Moorhead 3, at Hamline 0
Box Score
W:
Final - OT
Lake Forest 4, at St. Scholastica 4
Box Score Photos
Saturday, Jan. 14: All times Eastern
M:
Final
at Elmira 5, Salve Regina 2
Box Score
M:
Final
at UW-Eau Claire 5, St. Thomas 1
Box Score
M:
Final
at UW-Stevens Point 5, Augsburg 2
M:
Final
at Hobart 5, University of New England 1
Box Score Recap
M:
Final
St. Norbert 3, at Finlandia 0
Box Score
M:
Final
Norwich 2, at Southern Maine 1
Box Score
M:
Final
at Bowdoin 5, Trinity (Conn.) 1
Box Score
M:
Final
Adrian 5, at Lake Forest 2
Box Score Photos
M:
Final
at Geneseo State 6, Stevenson 2
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M:
Final
Tufts 3, at Hamilton 1
Box Score
M:
Final
at Amherst 4, Connecticut College 1
Box Score
Sunday, Jan. 15: All times Eastern
W:
Final
at Wesleyan 2, Connecticut College 1
Box Score
W:
Final
at Plattsburgh State 7, Chatham 1
Box Score Recap
Saturday, Jan. 14: All times Eastern
W:
Final
Mass-Boston 3, at Salve Regina 0
Box Score Photos
W:
Final
at Utica 2, Oswego State 1
Box Score
W:
Final
at Middlebury 3, Endicott 0
Box Score Recap
W:
Final
at Adrian 6, Concordia (Wis.) 4
Box Score
W:
Final
at Elmira 5, Cortland State 0
W:
Final
at Plattsburgh State 10, Chatham 0
Box Score Recap
W:
Final
Connecticut College 1, at Wesleyan 0
Box Score
W:
Final
UW-River Falls 10, at Northland 0
Box Score
W:
Final - OT
Lake Forest 4, at St. Scholastica 4
Box Score Photos