King's Women's Hockey Drops Series Finale to William Smith

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FEBRUARY 11, 2018


PITTSTON -- Lindsay Brown scored twice and the visiting William Smith College women's ice hockey team opened a 4-0 first period lead en route to securing a 7-0 victory over King's College Sunday afternoon at Revolution Ice in Pittston.

With the win, William Smith improved to 150504 overall and remain in second place in the United Collegiate Hockey Conference with an 11-2-3 mark. King's, meanwhile, slipped to 0-19-1 overall in its inaugural season of play and 0-13-1 in the UCHC. The Herons won the weekend series opener on Saturday by a 9-0 count.

William Smith opened the scoring just 1:12 into the first period on a goal by Julie Mings. The Herons added goals by Catherine Linehan and Brown before Eagan Sachs-Hecht made it a 4-0 game with 1:12 left in the opening stanza.

The Herons scored the lone goal of the second period just 0:48 into the frame when Rebecca Begley struck net as William Smith took a 5-0 lead into the final period.

Emily Martino and Lindsay Brown added third period goals to set the final score.

The Herons outshot King's 61-9 and held s 35-28 advantage in faceoffs won. King's goalie Emma Zeveney made 54 saves in the game while William Smith keeper Olivia Williams had nine stops.

King's returns to the ice Tuesday at 7:00 PM when the Lady Monarchs host SUNY Cortland at Revolution Ice. The Lady Monarchs will then close out their first season with a Saturday-Sunday series at Utica College.

No contests today.
No contests today.
No contests today.