Princeton Remains Unbeaten in League Play, Ties Harvard

Princeton Remains Unbeaten in League Play, Ties Harvard

Princeton scored the first goal and never trailed as the Tigers skated to a 2-2 draw with Harvard at Hobey Baker Rink on #DennaDay.

Prior to the start of today's game, Princeton honored Denna Laing '14 and other Tiger alums.

Sophomore Sharon Frankel converted on the Tigers' first power-play opportunity at 12:15 of the first. She tapped in a cross crease pass from classmate Sarah Verbeek as Princeton (3-2-1, 3-0-1 ECAC) took the 1-0 lead.

Harvard (1-3-1, 1-3-1 EAC) was able to get on the board thanks to a penalty shot midway through the second. Freshman Dominique Petrie converted on the shot, going bakchand on netminder Rachel McQuigge.

Senior Karlie Lund net her second tally of the season to regain the lead for Princeton at 2:37 in the third. She wristed in a shot form the high slot with an assist coming from defender Sylvie Wallin.

Harvard sophomore Becca Gilmore knotted the score with 4:56 remaining, sliding home a rebound after a flurry in front of the Princeton goal.

McQuigge made 28 saves in the tie, while Lindsay Reed stopped 33 in goal for the Crimson.

Princeton will be back in action when they head on the road next weekend for a two-game set at Syracuse.