NCAA DI Weekend Wrap-Up (11/19/18)

NCAA Weekend Recap

NCAA Division I Men

Friday, November 16

Colgate, 3-6-1 (1-1-1 ECAC) – 2
Princeton, 3-2-1 (3-1-1 ECAC) – 1

After two scoreless periods Princeton scored 1:14 into the third to take a 1-0 lead before Adam Dauda seemed to have tied the game up 42 seconds later, but he was ruled to be in the crease and the goal disallowed. Trevor Cosgrove scored a goal a minute and a half later to tie the game 1-1. Senior Ken Citron scored to give the Raiders a 2-1 lead after taking a pass from Jeff Stewart and skating right down the middle of the slot with plenty of time to a corner. The goal would stand as the game-winner, the first of his career. Mitch Benson stopped 33 Princeton shots to help earn Colgate its first ECAC win of the season. The win was Colgate’s first since October 13th when they beat New Hampshire 2-1.


Saturday, November 17

Colgate, 3-7-1 (1-2-1, ECAC) – 0
#14 Quinnipiac, 9-2-0 (4-2-0, ECAC) – 5

Quinnipiac scored three power-play goals in the second period en route to their 5-0 win over Colgate. Two of the power-play goals were scored after Josh McKechney was assessed a major plus game misconduct for checking from behind. Benson had another night of 30+ saves stopping 31 this time around.


Colgate is off this weekend before heading out on the road November 30th and December 1st for two more ECAC games at Harvard and Dartmouth.

NCAA Division I Women

Friday, November 16

Colgate, 7-5-1 (3-2-0, ECAC) – 0
Princeton, 5-2-2 (4-0-1, ECAC) – 6

Princeton pumped in four second period goals, including two on the power-play and Colgate was never able to recover. Julia Vandyk started in net for Colgate and was replaced for the third by Liz Auby. The two combined for 26 saves.


Saturday, November 17

Colgate, 7-6-1 (3-2-1, ECAC) – 3
Quinnipiac, 3-7-2 (3-2-1, ECAC) – 3

After a wild first period the teams would not find the back of the net again until late in third period. Rosalie Demers opened the scoring for Colgate just 57 seconds in the game for a 1-0 lead. The lead lasted until about halfway through the period when Quinnipiac scored two goals in 15 seconds fora 2-1 advantage. They added one more 6 minutes later to go ahead 3-1. Finally, with 28 seconds left Jessie Eldridge found the back of the net cutting the deficit to one goal heading into intermission.

The second period and majority of the third was scoreless until Eldridge found the net once again with 14:32 to play in the game. Eldridge sped into the Quinnipiac zone on a short-handed breakaway and fired a shot that went bar down to tie things up at three goals apiece.

Colgate outshot Quinnipiac 5-0 in overtime but couldn’t find that game winning goal. Auby allowed three goals in nine shots in the first period and was replaced by Vandyk who stopped the only 6 shots she saw through the rest of the afternoon. Colgate held a 32-12 shot advantage.


Colgate ends their 6-game road trip 2-2-2 and will return to home on November 30th against Clarkson followed by St. Lawrence the following evening.

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