Colhoun Tallies Short-Handed Goal in Chatham’s 2-1 Loss at Trine

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ANGOLA, IND. – Jan. 5, 2018 – Senior forward Cassidy Colhoun (Kincardine, Ont./Saugeen-Mailland Lightning) tallied a short-handed goal for the Chatham University women's hockey team but the Cougars fell 2-1 at Trine University on Friday night in non-conference action.

RECORDS: The Cougars fall to 3-8-1 overall while the Thunder move to 2-8-0 on the year.

WHAT'S NEXT: Both teams will complete the weekend series tomorrow, with the puck dropping at 2 pm.

SCORING SUMMARY: Both teams were held scoreless in the first two periods before Trine scored the opening goal a little over seven minutes into the third to put the Cougars down 1-0.

Colhoun then came through with a short-handed goal for the equalizer at 10:42. Unfortunately, the Thunder went ahead two minutes later to reclaim the lead.

GOALTENDING: Sophomore netminder Devon Strachan (West Chester, Pa./Lawrenceville) suffered the defeat, making 35 stops in between the pipes.

SHOTS LEADER: Colhoun, first-year forward Sydney Collins (Wake Forest, N.C./Northwood Prep) and senior forward Marissa Janiga (East Aurora, N.Y./Buffalo Stars) all tallied four shots to lead the Cougar attack. 

FACEOFFS: Colhoun won a game-high 13 draws for Chatham.

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