Trinity Women's Ice Hockey Blanks Buffalo State For First Win Of The Year

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Buffalo, N.Y. - Senior goaltender Sydney Belinkas (Port Orange, Fla.) recorded a shutout with 33 saves and first-year forward Taylor Peracchio (Wayne, N.J.) score the game's only goal to lead the visiting Trinity College Bantams to a 1-0 victory over the Buffalo State College Bengals in women's ice hockey action this afternoon at BSC Ice Arena.  Trinity improves to 1-2, while Buffalo State drop to 4-5 with its first loss in four games.  The teams will complete the two-game series in Western New York tomorrow at 2 p.m.

Peracchio, who has both Trinity goals this winter, made good on assists by sophomore defender Taylor Foy (Highlands Ranch, Colo.) and first-year forward Abigail Riskevich (Shakopee, Minn.) 3:18 into the game.  The Bengals went on to outshoot the Bantams, 33-23, but Belinskas was a wall for the entire 60 minutes.  Buffalo State pulled rookie goalie Bri Gawronski (Dunkirk, N.Y.) with under a minute remaining in the third period, but could only generate one shot.  Gawronski finished with 22 saves.  Both teams came up empty on three power plays each.

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