College hockey: Brown men rally to beat RPI 3-2

RPI’s TJ Walsh scored a goal in the Engineers' 3-2 loss to Brown on Saturday.
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RPI’s TJ Walsh scored a goal in the Engineers' 3-2 loss to Brown on Saturday.

TROY — Luke Krys’ goal less than seven minutes into the third period completed a Brown comeback as the Bears beat RPI 3-2 in an ECAC Hockey game on Saturday at Houston Field House.

First-period power-play goals by Ture Linden and TJ Walsh gave the Engineers a 2-0 lead.

Brown started its rally in the second period. Matt Sutton scored an even-strength goal at 3:17. Just over four minutes later, Tristan Crozier added a shorthanded tally.

Brown 0 2 1 — 3

RPI 2 0 0 — 2

First Period — 1, RPI, Linden 11 (Sertti, Walsh), 13:15 (pp). 2, RPI, Walsh 3 (Kjellberg, Beaton), 15:55 (pp). Penalties — Tonelli, Bro (hooking), 11:53; Clark, Bro (tripping), 14:54; Agnew, RPI (holding), 19:42.

Second Period — 3, Brown, Sutton 1, (Tonelli), 3:17. 4, Brown, Crozier 3, 7:18 (sh). Penalties — RPI bench (too many players), 3:53; Harris, Bro (slashing), 6:35.

Third Period — 5, Brown, Krys (Tonelli, Sutton), 6:44. Penalties — None.

Shots on Goal — Brown 8-6-2 — 18. RPI 9-4-13 — 26.

Power-play opportunities — Brown 0 of 2; RPI 2 of 3.

Goalies — Brown, Caron 3-9-0 (26 shots-24 saves). RPI, Marshall 8-11-3 (18-15).

Referees — Tom Dellafranco, Kevin Graber. Linesmen — Ryan Chauvin, Brendon Wormley.

Women

CLARKSON 4, UNION 0

POTSDAM — Brooke McQuigge scored twice, leading the seventh-ranked Golden Knights to an ECACH win over the Dutchwomen.

McQuiggie scored just over seven minutes into the game to give Clarkson a 1-0 lead. Her goal 1:38 into the second made it 3-0.

In between, Kirstyn McQuiggie scored,

Caitrin Lonergan, who had two assists, scored a shorthanded goal late in the second. It was the third shorthanded goal allowed by Union over the weekend. The Dutchwomen gave up two to St. Lawrence in Friday’s 5-1 loss.

Union 0 0 0 — 0

Clarkson 2 2 0 — 4

First Period — 1, Clarkson, B. McQuigge 11 (David, Markowski), 7:03. 2, Clarkson, K. McQuigge 2 (Lonergan), 10:12  Penalties — Schuler, Cla (holding), 12:25; Heiting, Uni (hooking), 18:01; Greco, Uni (tripping), 18:01.

Second Period — 3, Clarkson, B. McQuigge 12 (Lonergan), 1:38. 4, Clarkson, Lonergan 13 (David), 15:05 (sh). Penalties — Lessard, Cla (hooking), 9:37; Cherkowski, Cla (body checking), 14:12; Heiting, Uni (slashing), 15:05.

Third Period — None. Penalties — Lessard, Cla (tripping), :25; Friday, Uni (cross-checking); Killian, Uni (roughing), 10:44; Branton, Cla (roughing), 10:44.

Shots on Goal — Union 10-10-8 — 28. Clarkson 12-13-12 — 37.

Power-play opportunities — Union 0 of 4; Clarkson 0 of 4.

Goalies — Union, Crisafi 0-1-0 (37 shots-33 saves). Clarkson, Madrid 3-0-0 (28-28).

A — 375.

Referees — Zachary Dupree, Alexander Bergeron. Linesmen — Colby Munson, Terry Paige.

ST. LAWRENCE 4, RPI 0

CANTON — Aly McLeod and Elia Nara had a goal and an assist each to lift the Saints past the Engineers at Appleton Arena.

McLeod gave St. Lawrence a 1-0 lead with 8:55 left in the first period. Elia, who got an assist on that goal, was set up by McLeod for a goal 5:12 into the second period.

Brittney Gout and Rachel Bjorgan also scored for St. Lawrence.

RPI 0 0 0 — 0

St. Lawrence 1 2 1 — 4

First Period — 1, St. Lawrence, McLeod 8 (Hustler, Elia), 11:05. Penalties — Puddifant, StL (interference), 14:12.

Second Period — 2, St. Lawrence, Elia 7,(McLeod), 5:12. 3, St. Lawrence, Gout 5 (Snow), 8:56. Penalties — McCutcheon, RPI (slashing), 6:08; Larsen, RPI (cross-checking), 19:01.

Third Period — 4, St. Lawrence, Bjorgan 4 (Jefferies), 11:34. Penalties — Cote, StL (body checking), 3:14; Wagner, RPI (hooking), 10:06; McLeod, StL (interference), 10:38; McLeod, StL (cross-checking), 15:03.

Shots on Goal — RPI 10-3-10 — 23. St. Lawrence 11-15-7 — 33.

Power-play opportunities — RPI 0 of 4; St. Lawrence 0 of 3.

Goalies — RPI, Rampado 7-15-0 (33 shots-29 saves). St. Lawrence, Morgan 8-9-5 (23-23).

A — 296.

Referees — Dan Gosselin, Tom Lynch. Linesmen — Larry Legault, Patrick Woodward.

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