Greig’s first goal came with 11:50 remaining in the first when she picked up a loose puck, skated in close and beat the goalkeeper through the five-hole.
The Big Green equalized when Laura Fuoco scored on a power play with 1:53 remaining in the period.
In the second, Dartmouth went back up on the power play, but that would not stop the Raiders from scoring. Delani MacKay found Danielle Serdachny on a centering pass and the junior was then able to get around the goalie and tap in a shot.
Just 33 seconds later, the Big Green answered back while they were still on the power play, as CC Bowlby put one in to tie the game at 2-2.
Greig scored her second of the game with 37 seconds remaining in the period. Sydney Bard ripped a shot that went wide and bounced off the wall to Greig, who collected it behind the net and then wrapped around for a shot .
With 5:32 remaining in the final period, Kalty Kaltounkova scooped up a loose puck and fired a shot from a tough angle that she slipped past the goalkeeper into the side netting, as the Raiders took a 4-2 lead.
Colgate outshot the Big Green 30-11 in the game and led in the faceoff circle going 29-52.
FROM THE SOURCE
Head Coach Greg Fargo
“It’s nice to get our first ECAC win and to do it on the road and to play well in the win, feels good. Overall, our attention to detail was good today, we were connected in our systems and we’ll look to build on this looking ahead to tomorrow.”
Colgate heads to Boston tomorrow for a clash with #10 Harvard.