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Colgate stymies Engineers in OT

Colgate stymies Engineers in OT

Despite 27 saves from freshman netminder Allen York, the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute dropped a

Despite 27 saves from freshman netminder Allen York, the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute dropped a 2-1 overtime decision to Colgate Saturday at Starr Rink.

RPI slides to 6-13-1 in ECAC Hockey and 7-23-2 overall. The Raiders improve to 6-11-4 and 11-16-6.

Colgate junior David McIntyre notched the game-winning goal with 1:01 remaining in overtime. It was his second goal of the game.

Sophomore Joel Malchuk scored his first career goal for RPI at 15:49 of the opening period. He took a pass from senior Kurt Colling and buried a wrist shot from the low slot.

McInture scored his first goal in the second period on a breakaway.

The Engineers host North Country rivals Clarkson and St. Lawrence, respectively, next weekend.

RPI 1 0 0 0 — 1

Colgate 0 1 0 1 — 2

First Period — 1, RPI, Malchuk (Colling, Watts), 15:49. Penalties — Bogdanich, Colgate (cross-checking), 16:27.

Second Period — 2, Colgate, McIntyre (unassisted), 14:25. Penalties — Uryadov, RPI (tripping), 1:05; Burgdoerfer, RPI (hooking), 17:06; Vassel, RPI (boarding), 19:53.

Third Period — None. Penalties — Kennedy, RPI (holding the stick), 1:10; Carty, Colgate (interference), 2:51; Watts, RPI (tripping), 5:47; Colgate, bench (too many players on ice, served by Firman), 14:33; Vassell, RPI (hooking), 17:01.

Overtime — 3, Colgate, McIntyre (Bogdanich, St. Pierre), 3:59.

Shots on Goal — RPI 6-8-6-0 — 20; Colgate 9-11-7-2 — 29.

Power-play opportunities — RPI 0 of 3; Colgate 0 of 6.

Goalties — RPI, York 2-7-0 (29 shots-27 saves); Colgate, Charles Long 8-8-5 (20-19).

Referees — Joe Carusone, John Murphy. Linesmen — Justin Prusak, Andry Petrus.

A — 1,450. T — 2:27.

SKIDMORE 5, WESLEYAN 5

SARATOGA SPRINGS — Senior Mike Gibbons scored three times to help the Thoroughbreds earn a tie in an ECAC East/NESCAC crossover game.

Skidmore finishes the regular season at 12-9-3 and competes in the ECAC East Quarterfinals Saturday.

Joe Melnyk and Austin Sullivan also scored for Skidmore, who got 34 saves from freshman goalie Andrew Ross.

Skidmore 3 1 1 0 — 5

Wesleyan 2 3 0 0 — 5

First Period — 1, Skid, Gibbons (Mykolenko, Ferri), 7:26 (pp). 2, Skid, Melynk (Bandazian), 10:38. 3, Wes, Robinson (Salah), 15:17. 4, Skid, Sullivan (Czerkowicz), 16:13. 5, Wes, Mucha (Bossort, Evans), 18:57 (pp).

Seocnd Period — 6, Wes, Layne (Coxe, Robinson), 1:08 (pp). 7, Skid, gibbons (Czerkowicz, Dupuis), 11:38. 8, Wes, Beck (Taylor, Burns), 12:51; 9, Wes, Keats (Robinson, Salah), 18:40 (pp).

Third Period — 10, Skid, Gibbons (Ferri, Dupuis), 13:33.

Goalties — Skidmore, Andrew Ross, 34 saves; Wesleyan, Mike Palladino, 34 saves.

WOMEN

CORNELL 8, UNION 0

SCHENECTADY — In her final game in a Union uniform, senior goaltender Lundy Day made 36 saves as her Dutchwomen lost to the Big Red on Senior Day at Messa Rink.

Union finishes the season 0-20-1 in ECAC Hockey play and 2-28-3 overall.

Rebecca Johnston scored three goals and added two assists, while both Catherine White and Chelsea Karpenko scored two goals each for 8-9-5, 12-12-5 Cornell.

Cornell 1 5 2 — 8

Union 0 0 0 — 0

First Period — 1, Corn, White (Zorn), 13:20 (pp). Penalties — Calahan, Union (boarding), 12:12; Wauer, Corn (holding), 15:55.

Second Period — 2, Corn, White (Johnston), 0:12. 3, Corn, Johnston (White), 4:44. 4, Corn, Danforth (Karpenko), 11:52 (sh). 5, Corn, Johnston (unassisted), 12:41. 6, Corn, Corn, Karpenko (Johnston), 18:39. Penalties — Devin, Union (hooking), 2:37; Team, Cornell (too many players on the ice), 7:53; Gilbert, Cornell (hooking), 10:27; Gentile, Union (cross-checking), 13:27.

Third Period — 7, Corn, Karpenko (White), 2:17. 8, Corn, Johnston (White, Jue), 5:46. Penalties — Karpenko, Corn (checking), 11:20; Cromartie, Union (holding), 13:05; Wauer, Corn (tripping), 15:43.

Shots on Goal — Cornell 12-18-14 — 44; Union 5-7-3 — 15.

Power-play opportunities — Cornell 1 of 4; Union 0 of 5.

Goalties — Cornell, Amanda Mazzotta (15 shots-15 saves); Union, Day (44-36).

Referees — Jacobs, Stata. Linesmen — Cadman, Liley.

A — 294. T —1:59.

RPI 4, COLGATE 1

TROY — Senior Nicole McDonald tallied two second-period goals to lift the Engineers over Colgate on Senior Night.

The Engineers (11-8-3 and 16-13-4), secured the sixth seed for the upcoming playoffs and will travel to third-seeded Princeton next weekend. Colgate falls to 12-7-3 and 18-12-3.

Colgate 0 1 0 — 1

RPI 1 2 1 — 4

First Period — 1, RPI, O’Keefe (Castignetti, Harrison), 1:06. Penalties — McDonald, RPI (tripping), 8:38; Todd, Col (interference), 9:35; Edell, Col (cross-checking), 11:21; McDonald, Col (tripping), 13:03.

Second Period — 2, RPI, McDonald (Dunlop, Stewart), 2:11. 3, Col, Rotenberg (Todd, Edell), 9:35 (pp). 4, RPI, McDonald (Stewart) 17:06. Penjalties — O’Keefe, RPI (tripping), 5:52; Weidner, RPI (high-sticking), 8:42; O’Keefe, RPI (tripping), 17:43.

Third Period — 5, RPI, Dunlop (Castignetti, Gersten), 7:16 (pp). Penalties — Wright, RPI (holding), 8:53.

Shots on Goal — Colgate 7-10-14 — 31; RPI 13-9-3 — 25.

Power-play opportunities — Colgate 1 of 5; RPI 1 of 4.

Goalties — Colgate, Lisa Plenderleith (25 shots-21 saves); RPI, Sonja van der Bliek (31 shots-30 saves).

Referees — Keith Savoie, Andrew DiFusco. Linesmen — Kevin Sullivan, Andi Virtanen.

A —300; T — 1:55.

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