Much like Princeton, Quinnipiac took the ice with a purpose. The Bobcats put up two goals in the opening period, sending the Raiders searching for an answer during the first intermission. Head Coach Greg Fargo and his team found just that.
Colgate turned the tide and flipped the switch completely with back-to-back goals. Rosy Demers put her team on the board midway through the second period; the alumni-filled crowd at Class of 1965 Arena had barely stopped cheering before Tanner Gates tied the game at two.
After a dominant second period, Colgate showed no signs of slowing down in the third. Malia Schneider gave the Raiders a 3-2 lead only 36 seconds into the final frame, further igniting the home crowd.
Looking for an insurance goal to surely sink the Bobcats, Danielle Serdachny got in on the action to give the Raiders their decisive 4-2 lead.
Colgate 4, Quinnipiac 2
Facts & Figures
- Colgate outshot Quinnipiac 28-21.
- Liz Auby totaled 19 saves, shutting out Quinnipiac in the final 46 minutes.
- Colgate is now even in ECAC play at 1-1.
From the Source
Head Coach Greg Fargo on his team's exciting day
- "It was an exciting way to finish our weekend at home against two strong opponents. To come back from a two goal deficit in front of our alumnae made for a special night. I really liked how our team performed tonight from the goaltender out."
Colgate travels up north on Friday, Nov. 8 to take on nationally ranked Clarkson.