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Union downs Quinnipiac, completes weekend sweep

Union downs Quinnipiac, completes weekend sweep

unior Jason Walters and sophomores Adam Presizniuk and Stephane Boileau combined for seven of Union’

Junior Jason Walters and sophomores Adam Presizniuk and Stephane Boileau combined for seven of Union’s 11 points as the Dutchmen topped Quinnipiac, 4-2, in an ECAC Hockey game Saturday.

Walters posted a pair of goals and an assist, while Presizniuk contributed a goal and two assists. Boileau extended his scoring streak to three games with an assist.

Union, coming off a 3-2 upset of seventh-ranked Princeton Friday night, improve to 4-4 in conference play and 11-8-1 overall. The Bobcats drop to 6-4-2 and 11-7-2.

“I thought the three guys that really came to play tonight were Jason Walters, Adam Presiziuk and [goalie] Corey Milan,” said Union head coach Nate Leaman. “For whatever reason, I thought we played well. We got up, 3-1, and kind of flattened out. We were fortunate to have Corey keep us in it, and then Mario [Valery-Trabucco[ had a big goal at the end there.”

Union 2 1 1 — 4

Quinnipiac 1 1 0 — 2

First period – 1, Union, Walters (Matheson, Presizniuk), 3:41. 2, Quin, Meyer (Bui, Myers), 13:38. 3, Union, Walters (Boileau, Presizniuk), 16:25. Penalties – Yanovitch, Union (hooking), 11:07.

Second period — 4, Union, Presizniuk (Wakita, Walters), 4:55. 5, Quin, Lampe (Sorteberg, Marshall), 8:39. Penalties — Milnamow, Union (hitting after whistle), 6:26; Marshall, Quin (hitting after whistle), 6:26; Caffaro, Union (roughing), 8:39; Buote, Union (roughing), 8:39; Simpson, Union (roughing), 8:39; Lampe, Quin (roughing), 8:39; Marshall, Quin (roughing), 8:39; Sorteberg, Quin (roughing), 8:39; Caffaro, Union (slashign), 11:39; Hansen, Quin (high-sticking), 14:13; Shaffer, Union (tripping), 16:49; Zurevinski, Quin (holding), 19:50.

Third period — 6, Union, Valery-Trabucco (Simpson, Harr), 18:20. Penalties — Lampe, Quin (hooking), 6:21; Beaudoin, Quin (high-sticking), 7:01; Cook, Union (hooking), 8:34; Milnamow, Union (interference), 14:07; Wakita, Union (elbowing), 15:14; Wong, Quin (high-sticking), 15:14; Myers, Quin (roughing), 19:32.

Shots on goal _ Union 9-10-5 — 24; Quinnipiac 11-13-7 — 31.

Power-play Opportunities — Union 0 of 5; Quinnipiac 0 of 5.

Goaltenders — Union, Corey Milan (31 shots-29 saves); Quinnipiac, Clarke (24-20).

Referees — Bob Ritchie, Jay Durfee. Assistant referees — Mark Messier, Glen Cooke.

Attendance — 2,560.

RPI 5, PRINCETON 1

PRINCETON, N.J. — Junior Eric Burgdoerfer recorded a pair of goals an an assist to lead the Engineers over seventh-ranked Princeton at Hobey Baker Rink.

RPI improved to 3-5-1 in ECAC Hockey and 4-15-2 overall. The

Tigers dropped to 8-4 and 13-5-0.

Freshman Patrick Cullen chipped in with three assists, and sophomore Chace Polacek contributed a goal an assist for the Engineers, who scored two goals in both the first and third period. Mathias Lange made 18 saves.

RPI 2 1 2 — 5

Princeton 0 1 0 — 1

First period — 1, RPI, Rabbani (Polacek, Cullen), 1:22. 2, RPI, A. Angers-Goulet (M. Angers-Goulet, Burgdoerfer), 8:26. Penalties — None.

Second period — 3, RPI, Burgdoerfer (Cullen, Halpern), 1:01. 4, Prin, Jubinville (Pederson, Fedun), 8:09 (pp). Penalties — Zuk, Prin (charging), 2:11; Merth, RPI (roughing), 7:20; Burgdoerfer, RPI (holding), 7:40; Lohry, Prin (holding), 7 :40; Kerins, RPI (elbowing), 18:29.

Third period — 5, RPI, Polacek (Halpern, Cullen), 7:06; 6, RPI, Burgdoerfer (M. Angers-Goulet, Vassel.), 8:23. Penalties — Burgdoerfer, RPI (slashing), 11:08; Zarbo, RPI (holding), 19:46.

Shots on goal —RPI 11-4-9 — 24; Princeton 8-11-8 — 27.

Power-play Opportunties — RPI 0 of 1; Princeton 1 of 4.

Goaltenders — RPI, Mathias Lange (19 shots-18 saves); Princeton, Reynolds (24-19).

Referees — Joseph Carusone, John Murphy. Assistant referees — Marty Demers, Joe Testa.

Attendance — 1,956.

Women

PRINCETON 3, UNION 1

SCHENECTADY — Tenth-ranked Princeton scored twice in the first seven minutes and defeated the Dutchwomen at Messa Rink.

Melanie Wallace and Annie Greenwood scored two minutes apart in the opening period, and Charissa Stadnyk scored with three minutes left in the game for the 8-5, 11-8-1 Tigers.

Union (0-9-1, 2-17-3) got a power-play goal from Lauren Hoffman in the second period. Lundy Day made 44 saves, including 21 in the second period, for the Dutchwomen.

Princeton 2 1 0 — 3

Union 0 1 0 — 1

First period — 1, Prin, Wallace (DiCesare, Endicott), 4:43 (pp). 2, Prin, Greenwood (unassisted), 6:54. Penalties —Kowalczyk, Uni (holding), 3:25; Hoffman, Uni (cross-checking), 3:35; Koetteritz, Uni (tripping), 14:04; Gentile, Uni (hooking), 16:45.

Second period — 3, Uni, Hoffman (Cromartie), 11:23 (pp). 4, Prin, Stadyk (Johnson, Landry), 17:03. Penalties — Romanchuk, Prin (slashing), 3:02; DiCesare, Prin (intererence), 10:49; Union (too many players on the ice), 14:49.

Third period — No scoring. Penalties — Stadnyk, Prin (tripping), 4:27; Heinhuis, Uni (checking), 8:18; Heywood, Uni (hooking), 12:03.

Shots on goal — Princeton 13-22-12 — 47; Union 3-3-1 — 7.

Power-play Opportunties — Princeton 1 of 6; Union 1 of 3.

Goaltenders — Princeton, Young (7 shots-6 saves); Union, Day (47-44).

Referee — Russell Melanson. Linesmen — Brian Collamore, Joe Kelly.

Attendance — 131.

RPI 3, QUINNIPIAC 3 (OT)

TROY — Janine Duffy scored with 3:35 left in the game to force overtime, and the Braves held on for a tie with the Engineers at Houston Field House.

RPI (11-7-3), took a 1-0 lead on Whitney Naslund’s ninth goal fo the season i the opening period.

After Sierra Vadner extended RPI’s lead to 2-0 midway through the second period, Quinnipiac scored twice on power-play goals by Elyse Cole and Trudy Reyns to knot the score. Naslund scored her second goal of the game to put RPI ahead at 6:14 of the third period.

Quinnipiac 0 2 1 — 3

RPI 1 1 1 — 3

First period — 1, RPI, Naslund (Harrison), 4:54. Penalties — Cole, Quin (hooking), 0:45; Weidner, RPI (slashing), 10:01; Daniels, RPI (tripping), 16:57; Davaies, Quin (elbowing), 19:17; McDonald, RPI (roughing), 19:17.

Second period — 2, RPI, Vadner (O’Keefe), 9:56. 3, Quin, Cole (Duffy, Reyns), 11:37 (pp). 4, Quin, Reyns (Duffy, Flor), 19:53 (pp). Penalties — Cole, Quin (hooking), 0:49; Harrison, RPI (tripping), 2:13; Burton, Quin (tripping), 2:41; Dymarczyk, Quin (roughing), 8:16; Harrison, RPI (interference), 11:13; McDonald, RPI (intererence), 19:44.

Third period — 5, RPI, Naslund (Harrison, Weidner), 6:14. 6, Quin, Duffy (Perry, Cole), 16:35 (pp). Penalties — Weidner, RPI (hooking), 15:16; Jamie-Lynn Stewart, RPI (tripping), 18:40.

Shots on goal — Quinnipiac 6-13-11-2 — 32; RPI 7-11-6-1 — 25.

Power-play Opportunities — Quinnipiac 3 of 6; RPI 0 of 3.

Goaltenders — Quinnipiac, Tia Wishart (25 shots-22 saves); RPI, Sonja van der Bliek (32-29).

Referees — Glenn Cadman, Paul Jones. Assistant referees — Andi Virtanen, Kevin Sullivan).

Attendance — 250.

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