Giguere's Overtime Goal Lifts Clarkson to Third Straight Frozen FourPotsdam, NY – Freshman Elizabeth Giguere scored on a backhand shot late in overtime to help lead the Clarkson University Women's Hockey team to a 2-1 overtime victory over Mercyhurst University in the NCAA Quarterfinals in front of 1383 fans Saturday afternoon at Cheel Arena.
Clarkson Wins Championship With Shutout Against ColgatePowered by the top line in the conference and backstop by the league's Goaltender of the Year, Clarkson University claimed its second consecutive ECAC Hockey Championship Tournament Title by shutting out Colgate 3-0 on Sunday afternoon before 1,187 fans at Cheel Arena.
2018 Clarkson ECAC Hockey Award WinnersIt was all Green and Gold at the ECAC Women's Hockey Championship Tournament Banquet held at Clarkson University on Friday night as the Golden Knights came away with a record haul of league awards. ECAC Hockey regular season co-champions, Clarkson earned the six major conference awards, placed four standouts of the first-team all-star squad, two more on the second team and one on the all-rookie team.
Clarkson Beats HarvardWith a 3-1 victory over Harvard on Saturday at Cheel Arena on Senior Day, the Clarkson University Women's Hockey team clinched a share of the ECAC Hockey Regular-Season title and earned the #1 seed in the upcoming league playoffs.
Cornell Ties UnionITHACA, N.Y. – The No. 5/6 women's hockey team closed out the weekend with a 3-3 draw against Union. A late extra attacker goal by the Dutchwomen with one minute and 28 seconds left in the third secured the tie after a golden goal was failed to be found in the five-minute overtime period.
Quinnipiac Defeats BrownHAMDEN, Connecticut – The Quinnipiac women's ice hockey team defeated Brown, 2-1, on Saturday afternoon. Kenzie Lancaster (Waxhaw, North Carolina) and Melissa Samoskevich (Sandy Hook, Connecticut) continued to lead the Bobcats offensively, scoring a goal apiece.
St. Lawrence Outskates RPIThe St. Lawrence University women's hockey team defeated Renssealer 5-1 at Appleton Arena on Saturday, January 13, 2018.
Colgate Beats HarvardHamilton, N.Y. – The Harvard women's hockey team (8-6-1, 6-4-1 ECAC) fell to No. 4/4 Colgate (18-3-1, 9-2-0 ECAC) on Friday afternoon by a 3-2 decision in Hamilton, N.Y.
Cornell Blanks DartmouthITHACA, N.Y. – The No. 6 women's hockey team made a triumphant return to Lynah Rink in 2018, blanking Dartmouth 2-0 on Friday night.
Princeton Wins Shutout Against BrownPrinceton, N.J. (1/12/18) - Sophomore Carly Bullock scored twice as the Princeton women's hockey team earned a 4-0 win over Brown University on Friday night at Hobey Baker Rink. Sophomore netminder Stephanie Neatby made 25 saves in her second shutout of the season, as the Tigers outshot the Bears 47-15.
SLU Beats UnionThe St. Lawrence University women's hockey team defeated Union 4-0 in an ECAC Hockey game at Appleton Arena.
Yale Beats QuinnipiacHAMDEN, Conn. - Just a week and a half ago, goalie Tera Hofmann led the Yale Bulldogs to a 1-0 win over local rival Quinnipiac. Friday night, first year goaltender Gianna Meloni followed suit with a 40 save shutout of her own in a 2-0 Yale win over Quinnipiac.
Dartmouth Ties RPITROY, N.Y. - Junior Lovisa Selander broke Sonjia van der Bliek's '11 six year old career saves record in a 26 save effort Saturday afternoon in 3-3 ECAC Hockey conference matchup with Dartmouth.
Quinnipiac Upsets CornellHAMDEN, Connecticut – The Quinnipiac women's ice hockey team defeated No. 5/5 Cornell, 4-0. Sophomore Abbie Ives (Bedford Hills, New York) recorded her second shutout of the season, as Kenzie Lancaster (Waxhaw, North Carolina) recorded two goals. Kati Tabin (Winnipeg, Manitoba) scored the game-winner for the Bobcats, and Sarah-Eve Coutu-Godbout (Rouyn-Noranda, Quebec) added an empty netter.
Dartmouth Takes Down Union on the RoadSCHENECTADY, N.Y. – Junior Caroline Shaunessy and sophomore Christina Rombaut ended up with two points apiece in Dartmouth women’s hockey’s 3-2 victory over Union at Messa Rink on Friday evening. The Big Green picked up their first win since Nov. 24 and improved to 4-10-0 and 2-7-0 in ECAC Hockey play, while the Dutchwomen fell to 5-13-3 and 3-6-0.
Harvard Outlasts RPITROY, N.Y. – In its first game in 30 days, the Harvard women's hockey team (8-4-1, 6-2-1 ECAC) held onto a 2-1 lead to outlast the Rensselaer Engineers (7-10-4, 4-4-1 ECAC) on Friday night at Houston Field House.
Second-Period Surge Leads Princeton Past CornellPRINCETON, N.J. (1/5/18) – A strong late second, early third-period surge led the Princeton women's hockey team (6-9-4, 5-7-1 ECAC) past No. 5 Cornell (8-5-1, 6-3-0 ECAC) 5-2, on Friday night at Hobey Baker Rink.
Quinnipiac Bounces Back Against PrincetonHAMDEN, Connecticut – The Quinnipiac women's ice hockey team defeated Princeton University in the second game of a home-and-home series by a score of 3-1. Kenzie Lancaster (Waxhaw, North Carolina) tallied the team's first goal of the game just three minutes in, while Taylor House (Joliet, Illinois) added the game-winner in the second. Freshman Brooke Bonsteel (Mississauga, Ontario) added her third goal in her last four games.
RPI Falls to ClarksonTROY, N.Y. – The third-ranked Clarkson University women's hockey scored three first period goal en route to a 4-1 victory over Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI), on Saturday afternoon at the Houston Field House. With the win, the Golden Knights improve to 17-3-1 overall (7-2-0 ECAC Hockey), while the Engineers drop to 7-9-4 (4-3-1 ECAC Hockey).
Colgate Completes Comeback Over CornellHAMILTON – Jessie Eldridge (Barrie, Ontario) scored the game-winning shorthanded goal with 4:57 left in the game Saturday night and the No. 3/3 Colgate women's ice hockey team scored three unanswered goals to close the game in a huge 5-4 comeback victory at Class of 1965 Arena.
Harvard Beats PrincetonCAMBRIDGE, Mass. – The Harvard women's hockey team (6-4-1, 4-2-1 ECAC) earned its fourth Ivy win of the season with a 4-1 rout of Princeton (3-8-3, 3-6-1 ECAC) on Saturday evening at the Bright-Landry Hockey Center. Seven different players contributed on the scoresheet, including three multi-point scorers, rookie Kate Glover's first career point and an assist from goalie Beth Larcom.
Quinnipiac Beats DartmouthHanover, New Hampshire – Freshman Laura Lundblad scored her first Bobcat goal with just under a minute to play in the second period. The goal came at the perfect time and would be the game-winner for Quinnipiac as they defeated the Big Green of Dartmouth on Saturday afternoon, 2-1. Sophomore Sarah-Eve Coutu-Godbout netted the first goal of the game for the Bobcats with 15:14 gone in the 2nd period.
RPI Upends YaleNEW HAVEN, Conn. – Junior Lovisa Selander made 27 saves and three different players scored as the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI) women's hockey team defeated Yale University, 3-1, on Saturday afternoon at Ingalls Rink. With the win, the Engineers improve to 7-7-4 (4-1-1 ECAC Hockey), while the Bulldogs drop to 3-7-4 (2-6-2 ECAC Hockey).
Cornell Downs ColgateITHACA, N.Y. – The energy at Lynah Rink on Friday night was electric as the No. 7 women's hockey team took down No. 3 Colgate, 2-1. The victory marked the fourth top-10 win for Cornell this season.
Quinnipiac Beats HarvardCambridge, Massachusetts – Freshman Brooke Bonsteel netted both goals for the Quinnipiac women's ice hockey team on Friday night as the Bobcats defeated the Crimson of Harvard University, 2-1. The game-winner came just 1:41 into the third period, just 27 seconds after Harvard had tied the game up.
Clarkson Earns Win Over St. LawrencePotsdam, N.Y. — In a hard-fought battle between a pair of Top 10-ranked women's hockey teams Clarkson University came out on top 2-1 over St. Lawrence University in a key ECAC Hockey game on Thursday night at Cheel Arena.
Clarkson Blanks UVMSeveral of the Golden Knights standouts played key roles in helping the Clarkson University Women's Hockey team gain a measure of revenge over the University of Vermont on Saturday afternoon at Cheel Arena. Senior Shea Tiley (Owen Sound, ONT) made 16 saves, junior Loren Gabel (Kitchener, ONT) tallied four points and junior Rhyen McGill (Whitby, ONT) scored twice on the power play as Clarkson defeated the Catamounts 4-0 after suffering a 3-2 loss in Burlington on Friday.
Clarkson Skates Past SLUThe defending National Champions hit on all cylinders Saturday afternoon, defeating archival St. Lawrence University 6-1 before a Cheel Arena record crowd of 2,679 North Country fans on the Clarkson University Women's Hockey team's 2017 NCAA National Championship Banner Raising Day.
Rensselaer Summer Spotlight: Shayna TomlinsonShayna Tomlinson is spending the summer in Troy, preparing not just for the upcoming 2017-18 hockey season, but for her career that follows. Join her as she explains her research project and how she balances her days getting ready for her senior season in the Cherry & White!
Cornell Takes the PactThe women's hockey team will partner with the Headway Foundation and ECAC Hockey as part of Headway's New Tough Campaign on Friday, Feb. 3, in its game against Union at Lynah Rink.
COURTESY: Sydney Smith '17
The GateWay: Lauren Wildfang '18, Women's HockeyThe GateWay, is a video series highlighting Colgate Student-Athletes both on and off their respective playing field. It provides a platform for our athletes to tell their stories while connecting with former and prospective students, families, and fans of Colgate Athletics.
Clarkson Sweeps Penn State With a 2-1 VictoryA power-play goal proved to be the difference as the fifth-ranked Clarkson University Women's Hockey team defeated Penn State 2-1 on Saturday afternoon in Cheel Arena.
Clarkson Doubles Up Penn State 4-2With a flurry of early goals, the fifth-ranked Clarkson University Women's Hockey team defeated Penn State 4-2 on Friday night in Cheel Arena.
St. Lawrence Slights PrincetonPrinceton, NJ - In an intensely close match, the Saints get the game winning goal just 5:37 into the extra period after a last-minute goal by the Tigers brings them to overtime.
Clarkson Sweeps CornellPotsdam, NY - The Golden Knights head to the championship tournament with their pair of victories over the Big Red.
Harvard Thumps ColgateHamilton, NY - Sydney Daniels scored twice and Karly Heffernan and Bradley Fusco also scored to force a third game in the ECAC Quarterfinals.
RPI Falls To QuinnipiacHamden, CT - The Bobcats' overtime victories brought them ahead in the playoffs against the Engineers.
Clarkson Blanks CornellPotsdam, NY - In the first game of the ECAC Hockey Quarterfinals, a dominating defensive performance helped the fifth-ranked Clarkson University Women's Hockey team shut out visiting Cornell 2-0 on Friday afternoon in Cheel Arena.
Clarkson Tops YalePotsdam, NY - A power-play goal with just 25 seconds remaining helped the fifth-ranked Clarkson University Women's Hockey team defeat Yale 3-2 in Cheel Arena on Saturday afternoon.
Clarkson Blanks BrownPotsdam, NY - A hat trick from freshman Loren Gabel, the first of her career, helped the fifth-ranked Clarkson University Women's Hockey team dominate visiting Brown 7-0 in Cheel Arena on Friday night.
Harvard Slights ColgateHamilton, NY - Goals from Miye D'Oench, Sydney Daniels and Grace Zarzecki pushed the Crimson past the Raiders at Starr Rink.
Princeton Ties RPIPrinceton, NJ - After exchanging the lead the Tigers prove a match for the Engineers at Hobey Baker Rink.
Quinnipiac Dominates UnionHamden, CT - Quinnipiac defeats Union in a shutout, making the Quinnipiac University Women's Ice Hockey Team ECAC Hockey Regular Season Champions for the first time in Bobcat history.
Yale Draws St. LawrenceCanton, NY - In a close back-and-forth game the Bulldogs get a tie on the road against the Saints.
Princeton Slights SLUPrinceton, NJ - The Tigers manage to come out ahead in overtime against a closely matched Saints squad.
RPI Outskates DartmouthTroy, NY - The Engineers defeat the Dartmouth Big Green on their Senior Night securing a place in the ECAC playoffs.
Full game available at: http://rpitv.org/p/1042
DART-Baker (1 - 5:48)
RPI-Banks (2 - 19:47)
RPI-Schwalbe (3 - 14:36)
Brown Falls To CornellProvidence, RI - The Bears attempt a comeback, but the Big Red's lead holds 4-2 in Meehan Auditorium.
RPI Draws HarvardTroy, NY - The Engineers and the Harvard Crimson fight to a tie as the Engineers pick up a much needed conference point.
Full game available at: http://rpitv.org/p/1041
RPI-Tomlinson (2 - 5:04)
HAR-Zarzecki (2 - 15:06)
Harvard Outskates BUBoston, MA - Harvard's top line combined for 10 points as the Crimson toppled BU, 5-3.
St. Lawrence Ties RPICanton, NY - The Saints recover from a first minute goal by the Engineers to a 1-1 draw in Appleton Arena.
Clarkson Dominates RPIPotsdam, NY - A dominating opening thirty minutes allowed the fifth-ranked Clarkson University Women's Hockey team cruise to a 9-1 win over Rensselaer on Friday night in Cheel Arena. The nine goals are a season high for the Golden Knights.
Harvard Bests PrincetonCambridge, MA - The Crimson defend the Bright-Landry Hockey Center with a 4-1 win over their Ivy rivals.
RPI Slights CornellTroy, NY - The Engineers complete a season sweep of the Cornell Big Red with an OT victory.
Full game available at: http://rpitv.org/p/1036
COR-Woods (2 - 6:54)
RPI-Rooney (2 - 17:00)
RPI-Rooney (OT - 1:44)
Yale Upends BrownProvidence, RI - The Bulldogs outpace the Bears' efforts in this 6-3 victory in Meehan Auditorium.
Colgate Draws St. LawrenceHamilton, NY - After facing a St. Lawrence lead for much of the game, the Raiders tie the game in the third.
RPI Smashes BrownProvidence, RI - The Engineers conquer Meehan Auditorium, defeating the Brown Bears 6-2.
Yale Beats UnionNew Haven, CT - The Yale women's ice hockey team beats Union 2-1 at Ingalls Rink.
Denna Laing Tribute VideoHear from Denna herself as the Boston Bruins played her video message on the Garden's HDX. Her sisters dropped the ceremonial puck.
QU Knocks Down BUHamden, CT - The Bobcats take down the Terriers with an impressive score of 6-1.
Clarkson Tops HarvardPotsdam, NY - Three Third-Period Goals Gives Women's Hockey 5-2 Win
Recently, goals have been hard to come by when the Clarkson University Women's Hockey team matches up with the Harvard Crimson, but on Saturday afternoon the fifth-ranked Golden Knights lit up the scoreboard for five goals as they won 5-2 in Cheel Arena.
Colgate Slights YaleHamilton, NY - The Raiders score a win at home, overcoming the Bulldogs' early 2-goal lead.
Brown A Match For CornellIthaca, NY - The Brown Bears bring the game to a tie two times in Lynah Rink, the second lasting to the final whistle for a score of 2-2.
Clarkson Blanks DartmouthPotsdam, NY - After coughing up a three-goal first period lead the first time it played Dartmouth, the Clarkson University Women's Hockey team made a much slimmer margin stand in the rematch. This time the Golden Knights beat the Big Green 1-0 on Friday night in Cheel Arena.
Cornell Outskates YaleIthaca, NY - A trio of first period goals propel the Big Red into the lead only to be matched by the Bulldogs in the second, but bouncing back they manage another 3 for a 6-4 final score in Lynah Rink.
Harvard Tripped Up By St. LawrenceCanton, NY - Emerance Maschmeyer made 24 saves for the Crimson, but the Saints skated to a 2-0 win with Grace Harrison in net getting the shutout.
Quinnipiac Bests Robert MorrisHamden, CT - The Quinnipiac Bobcats took the first game in the weekend series vs. Robert Morris by the final score of 3-2.
RPI Defeats UnionTroy, NY - The Engineers defeat their Route 7 rival, 2-0.
Full game available at: http://rpitv.org/p/1029
RPI-Behounek (1 - 13:26)
RPI-Horwood (3 - 10:11)
Cornell Outpaces DartmouthHanover, NH - The Big Red answer every Dartmouth goal with 1 or 2 of their own, leading to a 5-3 victory over the Big Green in Thompson Arena.
Harvard Smashes ColgateCambridge, MA - The Crimson score 3 for every Colgate 1 for a final score of 6-2 in the Bright-Landry Hockey Center.
RPI Slights PrincetonTroy, NY - The Engineers fall to the Princeton Tigers after a third period rally.
PRIN-McDonell (1 - 6:31)
PRIN-Contini (2 - 3:36 PP)
PRIN-Tucker (2 - 8:14)
RPI-Rooney (3 - 3:25)
RPI-Thomas (3 - 16:30 PP)
Yale Knocks Down St. LawrenceNew Haven, CT - The Yale women's ice hockey team beats St. Lawrence 5-2 at Ingalls Rink Jan. 9, 2016 on the Ivy League Digital Network. JJ Duke play-by-play, Rob Ciambra color.
Clarkson Overpowers YaleNew Haven, CT - After a close first period, the Golden Knights pull ahead with a flurry of goals against the Bulldogs.
Dartmouth Falls To ColgateHanover, NH - Colgate responds to the Big Green's 1st period lead with a fierce onslaught, resulting in a 4-2 victory for the Raiders.
Harvard Holds Off CornellCambridge, MA - Emerance Maschmeyer posts another shutout in the Bright-Landry Hockey Center as the Crimson win 2-0 over the Big Red.
RPI Freezes QuinnipiacTroy, NY - The Engineers take the Quinnipiac Bobcats to a scoreless tie in the Houston Field House.
St. Lawrence Edges BrownProvidence, RI - The Bears are unable to shake the Saints' narrow lead and fall 2-1 at Meehan Auditorium.
Quinnipiac Upends BrownHamden, CT - The No. 4/4 Quinnipiac women's ice hockey team scored five unanswered goals to beat the Brown Bears 5-1 on Saturday afternoon. The Bobcats scored a program record three goals in 51 seconds and Taylar Cianfarano recorded her fifth straight multiple point game. Nicole Connery and Emma Woods led the team with three points in the win.
Princeton Upends BrownPrinceton, NJ - The Bears manage only one goal against the Tigers' onslaught at home in Hobey Baker Rink.
Quinnipiac Holds Off YaleHamden, CT - Quinnipiac Women's Ice Hockey set a new program record winning streak with their ninth straight win. Sydney Rossman tied a career high in saves with 29 as she picked up the shutout. Melissa Samoskevich scored the only goal of the contest giving the Bobcats a 3-1 record against Yale this season.
4 Nations CupSenior goaltender Emerance Maschmeyer discusses her experience playing with Hockey Canada at the 4 Nations Cup.
Princeton Sweeps Penn StatePrinceton, NJ - The Tigers complete their home non-conference weekend with a second win against the Nittany Lions.
Quinnipiac Upends New HampshireHamden, CT - QU Women's Ice Hockey defeated UNH by the final of 6-0. With the win, the Bobcats tied a program record for consecutive wins with 8.
Clarkson Shuts Out CornellPotsdam, NY - A second period onslaught propelled the Clarkson University Women's Hockey team to a 4-0 win over visiting Cornell on Saturday afternoon in Cheel Arena.
Clarkson improves to 15-3-2 overall and 3-3-2 in ECAC Hockey games while Cornell is now 6-6-2 overall and 2-3-2 in league games. The Green and Gold have now bounced back with a win after all three of their losses this season.
Princeton Defeats DartmouthPrinceton, NJ - The Tigers answer the Big Green's early lead in force, scoring uninterrupted for a final result of 4-1.
Quinnipiac Bests HarvardHamden, CT - Melissa Samoskevich scored the game-winning goal with 55.1 seconds remaining in overtime to give the No. 4/4 Quinnipiac women's ice hockey team a 2-1 win over the No. 7/8 Harvard Crimson, their first win over Harvard since Nov. 12, 2010.
RPI Blanks BrownTroy, NY - The Engineers split their home weekend, besting the Brown Bears 2-0 after their loss to Yale yesterday.
Colgate Edges ClarksonPotsdam, NY - The Raiders put one in the net at the start of overtime after 3 periods of back-and-forth hockey against the Golden Knights in Cheel Arena.
Cornell Tops St. LawrenceCanton, NY - In a goal-filled back and forth game, a hat trick by Jess Brown brings the Big Red to victory over the Saints.
Harvard Falls To PrincetonPrinceton, NJ - Sydney Daniels provided the Harvard goal while Emerance Maschmeyer tallied a season-high 37 saves, though the Tigers bested the Crimson 2-1 in overtime.
Quinnipiac Topples DartmouthHamden, CT - QU defeated Dartmouth 7-1. Taryn Baumgardt led the Bobcats with 2 goals. Bobcats play Harvard tomorrow at 4 P.M.
RPI Falls To YaleTroy, NY - The Bulldogs sink 4 goals into the RPI net in the 1st, leading to a 4-1 final score in the Houston Field House.
St. Lawrence Bests Penn StateCanton, NY - In an exciting game in Appleton Arena, the Saints come out ahead of the Penn State Nittany Lions after 60 minutes of hockey action.
Clarkson Holds Off PrincetonPotsdam, NY - In a physical contest that had 12 power-plays and 28 penalty minutes, the fourth-ranked Clarkson University Women's Hockey team stood tall and shutout tenth-ranked Princeton 3-0 on Saturday afternoon in Cheel Arena.
Colgate Edges SyracuseHamilton, NY - A scoreless 1st gives way to a gradual lead for the Raiders past the halfway mark.
Princeton Falls To St. LawrenceCanton, NY - Despite staging a rapid comeback while still in the 1st period, the Tigers fall to a 2nd period goal by the Saints.
Quinnipiac Zeros Out ClarksonPotsdam, NY - Taylar Cianfarano recorded her second career hat trick and Sydney Rossman recorded a single-game career-high 29 saves in the No. 8/7 Quinnipiac women's ice hockey team's 3-0 shutout of No. 4/4 Clarkson Friday night at Cheel Arena. Video highlights courtesy of Clarkson Athletics.
Harvard Blanks UNHCambridge, MA - The Harvard Crimson repel the Wildcats in their first non-conference game of the season.
Cornell Ties ColgateIthaca, NY - What was bound to be an even game between Cornell women's hockey and Colgate ended that way on the scoreboard Tuesday night. Senior Jess Brown scored for the Big Red with 17.6 seconds left to tie the game at the three and steal a point from the Raiders after a back-and-forth battle at Lynah Rink.
Clarkson Edges UConnPotsdam, NY - A dramatic comeback for the Clarkson University Women's Hockey team earned the Golden Knights their seventh home win in as many games as they defeated visiting Connecticut 3-2 on Saturday afternoon in Cheel Arena.
Colgate Tops RITHamilton, NY - The Raiders defeat the visiting Tigers in Starr Rink.
Dartmouth Blanks UnionHanover, NH - In a low-scoring game the Big Green hold off the Dutchwomen completely to win 2-0.
Harvard Slights RPICambridge, MA - After a close first and second periods the Crimson pull ahead in the third to win 2-1 over the Engineers.
Clarkson Outskates UConnPotsdam, NY - Another home game, another victory for the Clarkson University Women's Hockey team as the Golden Knights are now 6-0-0 in Cheel Arena after defeating UConn 3-1 on Friday night.
Harvard Blanks UnionCambridge, MA - The Crimson holds off Union for 3 periods whilst scoring 5 goals of their own.
Clarkson Dominates SyracusePotsdam, NY - Coming off its first loss of the season, the Clarkson University Women's Hockey team opened a seven game home stand with a convincing 5-1 win over visiting Syracuse University on Tuesday night in Cheel Arena. The fourth-ranked Golden Knights improve their record to 11-1-2 while Syracuse falls to 5-6-1 on the year.
Colgate Falls To PrincetonPrinceton, NJ - The Tigers answer an early Colgate goal with 3 of their own, leading to a final score of 3-2 in Hobey Baker Rink.
Dartmouth Ties YaleNew Haven, CT - The Bulldogs rebound to tie up their match against the Big Green in Ingalls Rink.
Harvard Upends BrownProvidence, RI - Five different skaters found the back of the net as Harvard beat Brown, 5-1.
Quinnipiac Tops CornellHamden, CT - Quinnipiac women's ice hockey used three goals in the second period to storm past Cornell, 3-1, at home on Saturday afternoon. Sydney Rossman notched 19 saves to pick up the win in net while Nicole Kosta (1 G, 1 A) led the Bobcat offense with two points.
RPI Upsets ClarksonTroy, NY - The RPI Engineers upset the #4 Clarkson Golden Knights, 2-1
Full game available on RPI TV: http://www.rpitv.org/productions/1000
CLK- Mercer (1 - 16:30)
RPI-Hylwa (2 - 12:43)
RPI-Mankey (3 - 12:49)
Cornell Slights PrincetonIthaca, NY - Senior Taylor Woods turned Friday night's women's hockey game at No. 10/10 Princeton into a last-minute thriller, scoring a shorthanded goal with 1 minute, 16 seconds remaining before hammering home the game-winner with 21 seconds left to give the Big Red a 2-1 victory at Baker Rink. The win was Cornell's first of the season and snapped a Tigers four-game win-streak to open the season.
Harvard Edges YaleNew Haven, CT - Harvard earns its second win in a row with a 3-2 win at Yale.
Quinnipiac Draws ColgateHamden, CT - One simple look at the box score will clearly show shots weren't the problem on Friday night for the No. 7 nationally-ranked Quinnipiac women's ice hockey team. Despite outshooting the Colgate Raiders, 44-22, the Bobcats couldn't break through for a goal as the two sides played to a scoreless 0-0 tie in ECAC Hockey play. The tie moves Quinnipiac to 5-1-2 (1-1-1 ECAC Hockey) while Colgate's record stands 4-1-4 (0-0-3 ECAC Hockey).
RPI Falls To St. LawrenceTroy, NY - The RPI Engineers fall to the St. Lawrence Saints in their first conference loss of the season.
Full game on RPI TV: http://rpitv.org/p/998-womens-hockey-vs-st-lawrence
SLU-Heidersbach (2 - 11:49)
SLU-Webster (3 - 4:52 PP)
Cornell Ties UnionIthaca, NY - Freshman Pippy Gerace scored her first career goal for Cornell women's hockey, sparking the Big Red's rally from a two-goal deficit to tie Union, 2-2, Saturday afternoon at Lynah Rink.
Early in the first period, senior Anna Zorn's shot nearly crossed the goal line, and the play was reviewed by the officials, who ruled no goal. The Dutchwomen then got the early lead, with Kelli Mackey's unassisted goal opening the scoring 13:07 into the first period. Jessica Kaminsky added a second tally just 1 minute, 10 seconds later to give Union the 2-0 advantage.
Harvard Slights St. LawrenceCambridge, MA - In a tough game of trading goals the Crimson come out ahead in the final 2 minutes, beating the Saints 3-2.
Princeton Blanks BrownProvidence, RI - The Tigers score three unanswered goals against the Bears for a 3-0 win at Meehan Auditorium.
RPI Ties ColgateHamilton, NY - The Colgate Raiders lose their early lead to the Engineers, resulting in a hard-fought 3-3 tie in Starr Rink.
Colgate Draws UnionHamilton, NY - The Raiders tie up every lead the Dutchmen take to make an even score in 65 minutes of hockey.
Cornell Falls To RPIIthaca, NY - In the Big Red's ECAC Hockey opener at Lynah Rink on Friday afternoon, Rensselaer answered Kaitlin Doering's tally with a power play goal just 1 minute, 20 seconds later to knot the score at one and force overtime. The Engineers then capitalized in the extra period to edge Cornell, 2-1.
Harvard Ties ClarksonCambridge, MA - The Crimson and the Golden Knights fight to a scoreless tie in the Bright-Landry Hockey Center.
Princeton Edges YaleNew Haven, CT - The Tigers narrowly outscore the Bulldogs on the ice at Ingalls Rink.
Quinnipiac Blanks BrownProvidence, RI - The Bobcats start league play strong with a 4-0 shutout on the Bears' home ice.
Clarkson Sweeps UNHPotsdam, NY - Powered by the second hat trick of the weekend by junior Cayley Mercer the Clarkson University Women's Hockey team defeated the University of New Hampshire 6-4 at Cheel Arena on Saturday afternoon.
Quinnipiac Skates Past YaleHamden, CT - QU defeated their cross town rival Yale on Saturday by the final of 6-3. This marks the first time the Bobcats have scored six or more goals against Yale.
Clarkson Skates Past UNHPotsdam, NY - A hat trick from junior assistant captain Cayley Mercer propelled the Clarkson University Women's Hockey team to a 4-2 victory over visiting New Hampshire on Friday afternoon in Cheel Arena.
Harvard Falls at DartmouthHanover, NH - Harvard women's hockey opened its season at Dartmouth, falling 2-1 in a closely contested match.
Clarkson Shuts Down VermontPotsdam, NY - Johnson Gets First Career Shutout as Clarkson Beats Vermont 3-0
In her first career start, junior goaltender McKenzie Johnson finished with a shutout as the fifth-ranked Clarkson University Women's Hockey team defeated visiting Vermont 3-0 on Saturday afternoon in Cheel Arena.
Quinnipiac Slights MercyhurstHamden, CT - The Quinnipiac women's ice hockey team defeated Mercyhurst, 2-1, to give head coach Cassandra Turner her first career win. Meghan Turner scored the game-winning goal while Taylar Cianfarano scored the other goal. Sydney Rossman tied her career-high with 25 saves.
Clarkson Triumphs Over McGillPotsdam, NY - Four different Golden Knights scored goals and a pair of goaltenders combined for the win as the Clarkson University Women's Hockey team opened action in 2015-16 with a 4-1 victory over McGill University in exhibition play at Cheel Arena on Saturday afternoon.
Cornell Bests ClarksonPotsdam, NY - The Crimson beat the 1st ranked Golden Knights and advance to the final round of the ECAC Women's Championship.
Harvard Edges QuinnipiacPotsdam, NY - The Crimson narrowly win in overtime against the Bobcats, sending them to face Cornell for the ECAC Women's Championship.
Postseason Awards 2015ALBANY, NY -- ECAC Hockey announced the recipients of the league?s annual postseason awards at its banquet held as part of the 2015 ECAC Women's Hockey Championship weekend held at Clarkson University.
Clarkson Tops DartmouthPotsdam, NY - Three third-period goals helped ensure that the fifth-ranked Clarkson University Women's Hockey team will host the ECAC Hockey Championship Tournament for the second consecutive year, as the Green and Gold defeated Dartmouth 4-1 to sweep the best-of-three quarterfinal series.
Cornell Overcomes St. LawrenceIthaca, NY - Cornell women's hockey staked a furious third period comeback, tallying three-times in the final period, to best St. Lawrence 3-2 on Saturday afternoon in the second game of the best-of-three ECAC Hockey quarterfinal series. With the victory, the Big Red will move on to the conference semi-finals, which will be hosted at Clarkson for the second consecutive season by virtue of the Golden Knights 4-1 victory over Dartmouth to clinch their quarterfinal series earlier this afternoon.
Harvard Shuts Out YaleCambridge, MA - The Crimson keep their Bulldog rivals scoreless in the Bright-Landry Hockey Center.
Quinnipiac Blanks PrincetonHamden, CT - Quinnipiac defeated Princeton 2-0 behind Nicole Connery's game-winning power play goal. Nicole Brown added an empty-net goal in the win. Chelsea Laden recorded her 16th shutout of the season in her 25th win of the season. Laden tied the program record for career shutouts with her 25th, tying Victoria Vigilanti.
Cornell Defeats St. LawrenceIthaca, NY - Junior winger Jess Brown tallied a goal midway through the third period and sophomore goaltender Paula Voorheis made it stand up in a 3-1 victory Friday night at Lynah Rink. The victory gives the Big Red a 1-0 series lead in the best-of-three series of the ECAC Hockey Quarterfinals. Cornell moves within one victory of punching its ticket to the semi-finals.
Harvard Downs YaleCambridge, MA - The Crimson recover from a single goal deficit to defeat the Bulldogs by the same margin.