RIVER FALLS, Wis. (uwrfsports.com) The UW-River Falls women's hockey team is headed the WIAC Championship after defeating UW-Superior 5-2 Saturday afternoon at Hunt Arena.The Yellowjackets were the first to get on the board scoring at 9:02 in the first period.tied it up 1-1 at 17:40 when she scored a power play goal. They maintained that lead for the first half of the period untilscored her second goal of the afternoon at 10:39. Her goal came a minute into the power play opportunity and gave the Falcons the lead.Hoff scored a third goal at 19:05 in the second period giving her a hat trick for the day. Assisting her on the goal wasThe Falcons outshot the Yellowjackets 34-19.andeach had five shots on goal.With today's win the Falcons will host UW-Eau Claire for the O'Brien Cup on Saturday March 2.
Ali Beltz dished a pass out to Colton in front of the Catamounts' goal where she lifted a shot over Blanka kodov (20 saves). After establishing zone control on a power play that had expired, Kristina Shanahan found Kolowrat above the circles where she whistled a shot to beat Carly Jackson (22 saves). After establishing zone control on a power play that had expired, found Kolowrat above the circles where she whistled a shot to beat Carly Jackson (22 saves). kodov made her biggest save of the game when she snatched the puck out of the air after a heavy slap shot by a Maine skater.
Alexander Steen scored in regulation for St. Louis, which had a franchise-record 11-game winning streak snapped on Thursday in Dallas. Chris Wagner scored for the Bruins, who had a seven-game win streak snapped but earned a point for the 13th consecutive game. Tyler Bozak also scored for St. Louis in the shootout, and Charlie Coyle had a goal for Boston. NOTES: Boston RW David Pastrnak missed his sixth consecutive game with a thumb injury.
HOUGHTON, N.Y. -- Nick Serafin cleared 1.90 meters (6 feet, 2 3/4 inches) to win the men's high jump at the 2019 SUNYAC Indoor Track & Field championship meet Saturday.By earning 10 team points, plus the four points won by teammate Derek Sunderlund, accounted for a a majority of Fredonia's points Saturday en route a fifth-place finish in the team standings. The Blue Devils tied Buffalo State, giving each team one point in the Battle By The Lake standings.Fredonia's other scoring Saturday came from Aaron Cember, eighth in the shot put at 13.02 meters (42 feet, 8 3/4 inches).Sunderlund's high jump of 1.85 meters (6 feet, 3/4 inch) was a personal best. On Friday, Jonah McGrath registered a PR triple jump (14.58 meters), as did Dan Sudyn (14.12 meters), and Noah Watkins in the 5,000 meters (16:04).Next up for Fredonia is a trip to the All-Atlantic Regional meet next Friday and Saturday at Ithaca College.
Seniorsandwere honored before the game on senior day.The Bulldogs had a 2-0 lead after 20 minutes of play and outshot the Mavericks 15-8 in the period. Oelkers received the puck at the left hash mark and fired a wrister into the top right corner of the net. Oelkers took a shot from a bad angle and hit a Bulldog skater before it went past junior netminderfor the goal. Freshman wingerreceived a back tap from sophomore bluelinerand threw a changeup at Rooney, beating her to the low left corner for her first short-handed goal of her career and second goal on the season.Minnesota State went to overtime for the third straight game and came away with a tie both times against Minnesota Duluth.
I guess we're playing football now...here's Eldridge's insane flip pass to Zafuto to give the Raiders the lead.#WePlayFree #GoGate pic.twitter.com/5L3tI2bh2R Colgate Women's Hockey (@ColgateWIH) February 23, 2019 Check out Eldridge's sweet goal from Demers to give the Raiders the lead!#WePlayFree #GoGate pic.twitter.com/4t9nhgFf8G Colgate Women's Hockey (@ColgateWIH) February 23, 2019 After a three-way tiebreaking procedure was conducted, Colgate has finished the regular season in second place in the ECAC and will host Harvard in a best-of-3 quarterfinal series. They ended the frame with a 9-3 advantage in shots on goal, but they weren't able to solve Engineer starting goalie Lovisa Selander.Colgate continued to hold the edge in possession in the second period, but it was an unconventional play that got them on the board.
The Lehigh County coroner is searching for kin of a 90-year-old Allentown man who died Wednesday. Walter R. Frey was pronounced dead at 7:39 p.m. at Lehigh Valley Hosptials Cedar Crest campus, the coroner said in a news release. Anyone with information on Freys next-of-kin is asked to contact the coroners office at 610-782-3426. Follow him on Twitter @SteveNovakLVL and Facebook.
The Penguins sent John Cullen (who had 94 points in 65 games that season), Canadian Olympic defender Zarley Zalapski and Jeff Parker to Hartford for Francis, Ulf Samuelsson and Grant Jennings. The Flames were on pace to have the best season in team historythey had just lost in the Stanley Cup two years priorand they received a top-pairing defenseman in Rob Ramage and backup goaltender Rick Wamsley in the trade. Luongo cemented his legacy in Vancouver, bringing the Canucks to within one game of their first Stanley Cup victory along with setting franchise records in every statistical category, but the then-34-year-old appeared to be declining and was on a bad contract. The New York Islanders slowly assembled the pieces that would form the core of their dynastyBryan Trottier, Denis Potvin, Mike Bossy and Clark Gilliesbut they fell short, reaching and losing in the NHL semi-finals four out of five years between 1975 and 1979.
Elizabeth Giguere scored for the Golden Knights in the second period from Michael Pejzlova and Emma Keenan. (14:56, 3rd period PP) Quinnipiac 1, Clarkson 1: Senior Randi Marcon scored the equalizer for the Bobcats after senior Kenzie Lancaster secured her own blocked shot and sent the puck to Clarkson's Kassidy Sauve. The Quinnipiac Bobcats capped the regular season finale with a 1-1 tie against #5 Clarkson at Cheel Arena. The Bobcats took sixth place in the final ECAC standings and will face the three seed Clarkson again next weekend in a best-of-three playoff series.Seniorscored her 11th goal of the year and increased her point streak to eight games.
Carson Wahlers scored twice, including into an empty net, in the third period to help pave the way for 10th-seeded Gov. Livingston in a 4-2 win over seventh-seeded Ridgewood in the second round of the Public B tournament at Ice House in Hackensack. Ryan Erickson opened the scoring 3:30 into the first period but Ridgewood responded to tie it 1:25 later thanks to Davis Flusche's goal. Papa made a total of 19 saves and Cole Wahlers chipped in an assist.