Neither team was able to pull ahead in the first. The Raiders led in shots at 14-5 and had two power-play chances that they could not convert on.
Colgate went up 1-0 just over halfway into the second when Kaitlyn O’Donohoe wrapped around the goal and put in her shot from close up. Six minutes later, the Tigers came back and tied the game off a goal from Maggie Connors.
In the third, the Raiders had a chance early in the period after the Tigers were called for two penalties, giving them a five-on-three advantage.
Colgate had a flurry of shots in the final five minutes of the game, including one by Kalty Kaltounkova that hit off the post.
In overtime, the Raiders killed off a Princeton penalty but neither team was able to capitalize as the game ended in a draw.
Colgate outshot the Tigers 48-29.
FROM THE SOURCE
Head Coach Greg Fargo
“I thought both teams competed really hard from start to finish and both goaltenders kept their teams in it. We liked a lot of parts of our own game. I thought our attention to detail and our level of focus was really good. Our penalty kill was outstanding and we played to our identity. This is another game we can build off of, learn from and keep making progress.”
Colgate hosts sixth-ranked Quinnipiac tomorrow at 3 p.m.