NCAA DI Weekend Wrap-Up (11/12/18)

NCAA Weekend Recap

NCAA Division I Men

Colgate welcomed #7 ranked Ohio State into town for a two-game series over the weekend at Class of 1965 Arena in Hamilton.

Friday, November 9th

Colgate Raiders 2-5-1 (0-1-1 ECAC) – 0
Ohio State Buckeyes 5-3-1 (1-1-0 B1G) – 3

Ohio State scored one goal in each period en route to the shutout win. Freshman Mitch Benson stopped a season-high 41 shots for Colgate. Coach Vaughan was happy with how hard the team competed against one of the top teams in the nation. He went on to note that injuries have forced him to play with only three lines which is difficult to do at the Division I level.


Saturday, November 10th

Colgate Raiders 2-6-1 (0-1-1 ECAC) – 0
Ohio State Buckeyes 6-3-1-1 (1-1-0 B1G) – 1

Colgate was shutout again by Ohio State, but this time in a much better played game. Colgate had much better offensive pressure in this one and dominated the face-off circle 36 to 18. The only goal of the game was scored midway through the third period. Jacob Panetta rang a backhand off the post with about 1:10 remaining that would have tied the game.


Colgate continues its homestand this weekend with two conference games. Princeton comes to town Friday night followed by Quinnipiac Saturday.

NCAA Division I Women

Friday, November 9th

#10 Colgate Raiders 7-4-0 (3-1-0 ECAC) – 4
Robert Morris Colonials 6-6-1 (4-1-1 CHA) – 3

Colgate jumped out to a 4-0 lead through two periods then held on in the third as Robert Morris came storming back. Jessie Eldridge scored her 50th career goal to give Colgate a lead halfway through the first period. After killing off two RMU power-plays Coralie Larose found a loose puck in front and knocked it home to put Colgate ahead 2-0. Bailey Larson scored an easy one after accepting a nice pass from Tanner Gates to put the Raiders up 3-0. The goal was Larson’s 100th career point. Eldridge roofed a shot late in the second to head to the intermission with the Raiders ahead 4-0.

Things got interesting in the third when Malia Schneider was assessed a major and game misconduct for checking from behind. Robert Morris was able to pop in two-goals during the five minute power-play. Later in the period Robert Morris would add another power-play goal to pull within one, but Colgate would hold on for the win.


Saturday, November 10th

#10 Colgate Raiders 7-4-1 (3-1-0 ECAC) – 2
Robert Morris Colonials 6-6-2 (4-1-1 CHA) – 2

Colgate received goals from Schneider and Eleri MacKay and 28 saves from Julia Vandyk en route to the 2-2 tie against RMU. Colgate was ahead 1-0 and then again 2-1, but Robert Morris continued to battle back. Colgate head coach Greg Fargo was happy with the tie, but felt like his team left something on the table, didn’t give it their all.


Colgate travels to Princeton Friday night before heading to Quinnipiac Saturday for two ECAC games.

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