King's Women's Hockey Loses at Stevenson 6-0, Freshman Goalie Stoltz Makes 71 Saves

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DECEMBER 2, 2017


REISTERTOWN, MD -- The host Stevenson University women's hockey team scored two goals in each period as the Mustangs posted a 6-0 victory over visiting King's College Saturday in the Sportsplex Arena.

With the win, Stevenson improved to 3-6-1 and 2-1-1 in the United Collegiate Hockey Conference while King's slipped to 0-7-1 and 0-5-1 in conference play.

Allie Sabatini had one goal and two assists for Stevenson while Sarah Antonelli dished out two assists.  

Kiva Sierra Stoltz allowed all six goals but made a remarkable 71 saves in the game. Stoltz, who has an NCAA-high 73 against Elmira two weeks ago, now has the top-two totals in all levels of NCAA hockey this season.

The Lady Monarchs will now be idle for the Christmas break and will play again January 5 at SUNY Cortland.

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