College hockey: Cornell men cruise past Union 4-1

Union College senior defenseman Brandon Estes scored the Dutchmen's only goal against Cornell on Friday night at Lynah Rink.
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Union College senior defenseman Brandon Estes scored the Dutchmen's only goal against Cornell on Friday night at Lynah Rink.

ITHACA — Cornell jumped out to a 3-0 lead and cruised to a 4-1 men’s ECAC Hockey victory over Union on Friday night at Lynah Rink.
Kyle Penney opened the scoring at 3:31 of the first period. Ondrej Psenicka added a goal later in the first. Jack Malone had a second-period goal for the 13th-ranked Big Red (2-1-0 ECACH, 6 points, 4-1 overall). Travis Mitchell added a third-period tally.

Senior defenseman Brandon Estes scored a power-play goal 1:25 into the third for Union (1-3-1, 3 points,
2-7-2).

Union junior defenseman Dylan Anhorn returned to the lineup. He had been out since the Oct. 9 game against New Hampshire after suffering an undisclosed injury.

The Dutchmen visit Colgate at 4 p.m. today.

Union 0 0 1 — 1
Lake Superior State 2 1 1 — 4
First Period — 1, Cornell, Penney 2 (Betts), 3:31. 2, Cornell, Psenicka 1 (Stienburg, Andreev), 11:18. Penalties — None.
Second Period — 3, Cornell, Malone 2 (Kempf), 7:20. Penalties — Malinski, Cor (interference), :40; Penney, Cor (interference), 3:35.
Third Period — 4, Union, Estes 3 (Allen, Watkins), 1:25 (pp). 5, Cornell, Mitchell 1 (Stienburg, Andreev), 11:45. Penalties — Betts, Cor (interference), :09; Petruolo, Uni (tripping), 1:45; Stienburg, Cor (boarding), 13:53
Shots on Goal — Union 5-9-8 — 22. Cornell 9-9-4 — 22.
Power-play opportunities — Union 1 of 4; Cornell 0 of 1.
Goalies — Union, Murphy 2-5-1 (22 shots-18 saves). Cornell, Howe 2-1-0 (22-21).
A — 2,411.
Referees — CJ Hanafin, Jason Williams. Linesmen — Rick Lembo, Michael Zyla.

COLGATE 5, RPI 2
HAMILTON — Josh McKechney and Matt Verboon scored two goals each to lead the Raiders past the Engineers.

Ture Linden and Zach Dubinsky scored for RPI (3-2, 9 points, 5-4-1 overall).

RPI 0 1 1 — 2
Vermont 1 3 1 — 5
First Period — 1, Colgate, McKechney (McDermott, Stark), 6:27. Penalties — Manderville, Col (faceoff violation), 8:22.
Second Period — 2, RPI, Linden (Davies), 5:47. 3, Colgate, Young (Stewart, Watson-Brawn), 6:08. 4, Colgate, McKechney (Young, Vachon), 11:03. 5, Colgate, Verboon (Young, Anderson), 19:01 (pp). Penalties — Dubinsky, RPI (high-sticking), 12:27; Addamo, RPI (hooking), 17:34.
Third Period — 6, Colgate, Verboon (DiPaolo, Lunn), 5:00. 7, RPI, Dubinsky (Walsh, Addamo), 18:40. Penalties — McDermott, Col (slashing), 16:34; Beaton, RPI (slashing), 19:46.
Shots on Goal — RPI 11-6-10 — 27. Colgate 6-16-5 — 27.
Power-play opportunities — RPI 0 of 2; Vermont 1 of 3.
Goalies — RPIe, Marshall (27 shots-22 saves). Colgate, Gylander 0-3-0 (27-25).
A — 350.
Referees — Douglas Place Jr., Anthony Kenney. Linesmen — Ryan Chauvin, Mike Montagna.

Women
CORNELL 3, UNION 0
SCHENECTADY — Lily Delianedis and Izzy Daniel had a goal and an assist each to lead the Big Red past the Dutchwomen in ECACH play.
Alexa Davis scored the game’s first goal.

Union (0-7, 2-11-1) is winless in its last 12 games.

Cornell 0 1 2 — 3
Union 0 0 0 — 0
First Period — None. Penalties — Frechette, Cor (tripping), 12:04; Jones, Uni (holding), 16:31.
Second Period — 1, Cornell, Davis (Daniel, Frechette), 3:38. Penalties — Pietrowski, Cor (interference), 7:12; Pietrowski, Cor (tripping), 17:23; King, Uni (holding), 19:35.
Third Period — 2, Cornell, Delianedis (Jockims, Frechette), 6:10 (pp). 3, Cornell, Daniel (Delianedis), 12:46. Penalties — Friday, Uni (interference), 5:57; Delianedis, Cor (body checking), 8:10.
Shots on Goal — Cornell 11-10-14 — 35. Union 6-9-5 — 20.
Power-play opportunities — Cornell 1 of 3; Union 0 of 4.
Goalies — Cornell, Browning (20 shots-20 saves). Union, Rinzel (33-30), Crisafi (12:46 third, 2-2).
A — 195.
Referees — Zachary Dupree, Will O’Malley. Linesmen — Kevin Spraker, Michael Roberts.

NO. 5 COLGATE 4, RPI 3 (OT)
TROY — Tanner Gates scored 1:16 into sudden-death overtime to give the fifth-ranked Raiders a win over the Engineers at Houston Field House.

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