NCAA DIII Women Weekend Wrap-Up (1/14/19)

NCAA Weekend Recap

Hamilton College

Friday, January 11th

Hamilton 8-3-1 (3-1-1, NESCAC) – 1
Trinity 6-4-1 (3-3-1, NESCAC) – 1

After a scoreless first period, Hamilton fired 15 shots on net in a second period that ended with the Continentals ahead 1-0. Maddie Beitler scored at the 5:02 mark assisted by Jenna Jewell and Andrea Rockey. Trinity tied things up at 9:07 of the third on a power-play tally. Hamilton outshot their opponents 5-1 in overtime and 37-25 overall, but this one ended in a tie. Gabrielle Venne got the nod in net. It was her first career conference game.


Saturday, January 12th

Hamilton 8-4-1 (3-2-1, NESCAC) – 1
Trinity 7-4-1 (4-3-1, NESCAC) – 3

Venne was back in net for the Saturday rematch after her performances over the past few games. This time she topped 25 of 28 as Trinity defeated the visting Continentals 3-1. The only goal was scored by Emily Walther at 15:02 of the second that cut the Trinity lead down to 2-1. The Bantams regained their two goal lead early in the third and that’s how the game would finish.


Hamilton makes the short drive to Morrisville for a 3:00pm game on Tuesday and will then back at home for a weekend series against Wesleyan. Those games are scheduled for 7:00pm Friday and 3:00pm Saturday.

Morrisville State

The women’s team begins their second half of the season on Tuesday when they host Hamilton College at 3:00pm.

Utica College

After splitting a two-games series at home against Manhattanville College Tuesday and Wednesday, the Pioneers hit the road to Hershey, PA to take on Lebanon Valley in two UCHC contests.

Friday, January 11th

Utica 11-3-0 (8-1-0, UCHC) – 7
Lebanon Valley 2-11-0 (1-10-0, UCHC) – 0

After the first period ended with neither team finding the back of the net, Utica scored four times in the second period and three more in the third. Lexi Stanisewski, Georgiana Santullo (two goals), Rebecca Brown, Katrina Cook, Kyra Borsoi, and Olivia Hirschy all scored for Utica. Danielle Haasbeek tallied four assists. The Pioneers fired 55 shots on net in comparison to 6 that Bria Reilly stopped for Utica.


Saturday, January 12th

Utica 12-3-0 (9-1-0, UCHC) – 5
Lebanon Valley 2-12-0 (1-11-0, UCHC) – 0

Utica College earned it’s thurd shutout in a row Saturday afternoon in another drudging of Lebanon Valley. In goal for Utica was sophmore Ryann Stripp (Holland Patent/Clinton Girls Varsity) who stopped 12 shots to earn her first career shutout. Utica fired 62 shots on net, scoring only five times. Olivia Hirschy scored twice and Rebecca Brown, Taylor Dion, and Elizabeth Dohner all added one each.


The Pioneers will head West to Nazareth College for two UCHC games this weekend. Game times are 6:00pm Friday and 2:00pm Saturday.

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