Balanced Scoring Attack Paves Way for Princeton Win

Balanced Scoring Attack Paves Way for Princeton Win

Seven different goal scorers got their first goals of the season, including four freshmen grabbing their first career goals, as Princeton defeated Dartmouth 8-1 this afternoon at Hobey Baker Rink.

Junior Karlie Lund had a three-point effort with two goals and one assist, while sophomores Claire Thompson and Carly Bullock along with Amanda Harris each had a goal and an assist. Senior Kiersten Falck and junior Kimiko Marinacci both net two assists apiece. Also making her way onto the scoresheet was sophomore Stephanie Neatby, who picked up her first career assist.

Freshman Sharon Frankel got the scoring started at 10:18 of the first period and exactly six minutes later it was classmate Amanda Harris with her first collegiate goal. Defender Claire Thompson added a power-play marker two minutes later as Princeton took a 3-0 lead at the first intermission.

Lund net her first goal of the season early in the second from Bullock who put away her sixth of the season, on the power-play at 9:02 of the second.

Dartmouth's lone tally came on a 5x3 with 56 seconds remaining in the second.

Harris picked up her first goal midway through the third, followed by another tally from Lund. Shannon Griffin finished off the scoring with her first career goal at 12:47.

Neatby finished the game with 19 saves as Princeton was 2 for 6 on the power play and 4 for 5 on the penalty kill.

Christie Honor, who made 61 saves last night at Quinnipiac, gave up five goals and stopped 14. She was pulled immediately after the Bullock goal and Shannon Ropp played the final 30:58 and made 22 saves and allowed three.

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