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RPI edges Brown behind Haggerty

RPI edges Brown behind Haggerty

Freshman Ryan Haggerty scored the game’s only goal late in the second period to lead Rensselaer Poly

Freshman Ryan Haggerty scored the game’s only goal late in the second period to lead Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute to a 1-0 victory over Brown Univ­ersity Saturday night at Houston Field House.

The Engineers improved to 2-9-0 overall (1-3-0 ECACH), while the Bears dropped to 3-3-0 (2-2-0 ECACH).

Haggerty put the hosts on the board at 19:39 of the second on a one-timer goal from the left circle. Classmate Jacob Laliberte worked the puck back to the right point for junior Nick Bailen who found Haggerty all alone for the power-play tally.

A back-and-forth third period saw both teams come up with chances to find the net, but both goaltenders were equal to the task.

RPI junior goalie Bryce Merriam earned the shutout, making 22 saves, including 10 in the first period. Bears’ senior goalie Michael Clemente took the loss, finishing with 22 stops.

Brown 0 0 0 — 0

RPI 0 1 0 — 1

First period — None. Penalties — Cullen, RPI (kneeing), 8:49; Bergin, RPI (roughing), 10:42; Koudys, RPI (interference), 15:45.

Second period — 1, RPI, Haggerty (Bailen, Laliberte), 19:39 (pp). Penalties — Bro, bench, served by Ryan (too many platyers), 6:31; Bergin, RPI (holding), 15:30; Bro, Lamacchia (interference), 19:02.

Third period — None. Penalties — Bro, de Concilys (hooking), 1:20; Bro, Wolff (hooking), 3:31; RPI, bench, served by Cullen (too many players), 4:43; RPI, Tinordi (charging), 9:19.

Shots on goal — Brown 10-7-5 — 22; RPI 6-11-6 — 23.

Goalies — Brown, Clemente, 3-3-0 (23 shots-22 saves); RPI, Merriman, 2-7-0 (22 shots-22 saves).

Power play opportunities — Brown 0-for-6; RPI 1-for-4.

A — 2,711. T — 2:00.

Referees — Chris Ciamaga, John Murphy. Linesmen — Andy Petrus, Steve Shufelt.

NEC 5, SKIDMORE 4

HENNIKER, N.H. — Five different players scored, including four in the second period, to help New England College hold off the Thoroughbreds.

Skidmore scored three times in the final period to give the Pilgrims a scare. Tim Colvin, Tony Giacin and Erik Nisson scored in the final period for Skidmore (1-3), while Giacin also scored in the opening period.

Colin Bessey stopped 29 shots for Skidmore.

Skidmore 0 1 3 — 4

New England 1 4 0 — 5

First period — 1, NEC, Abbott (Stalberg, DiClement), 2:18.

Second period — 2, Skid, Giacin (Beck), 1:02. 3, NEC, Dwyer (Uola), 1:45. 4, NEC, Boxwill (Souders, Uola), 3:13. (pp). 5, NEC, Uola (Uola), 9:04 (pp). 6, NEC, Andersson (Qvarfordt, Uola), 10:24.

Third period — 7, Skid, Colvin (Dupuis, Gavrik), 4:00; 8, Skid, Giacin (Beck, Gavrik), 13:55; 9, Skid, Nilsson (Giacin), 18:50.

Goalies — Skidmore, Colin Bessey, 29 saves; New England College, Shawn Sirman, 36 saves.

Women

BROWN 1, UNION 0

PROVIDENCE, R.I. — Katelyn Landry scored with 1:12 left in reg­ulation to send the Bears over the Dutchwomen in an ECAC Hockey game.

Katie Jamieson made 42 saves for Brown (1-2-3, 2-2-3), while

Shenae Lundberg stopped 21 shots for Union (1-4-1, 3-9-1).

Union 0 0 0 — 0

Brown 0 0 1 — 1

First period — None. Penalties — Vella, Brown (holding), 3:05; Kitttredge, Brown (tripping), 7:14; Pyett, Brown (hlding), 12:33.

Second period — None. Penalties — Simmonds, Union (interference), 7:34; Ashley Johnson, Union (holding), 12:31.

Third period — None.

Shots on goal — Brown 8-9-8 — 23; Union 17-13-12 —42.

Goalies: Brown, Katie Jameson (42 shots-42 saves); Union, Shenae Lundberg (22-21).

Power play opportunites — Brown 0 of 2; Brown 0 of 2.

Referees — Mark Andrews, Pete Togerson; Assistants referees — Nate Turner, Scott Wheeler.

T — 1:46. A — 224.

RPI 5, YALE 0

TROY — Freshman left winger Eleeza Cox recorded her first

career hat trick to help the Eng­ineers blank the Bulldogs in an ECAC Hockey game at Ingalls Rink.

RPI improves to 1-3-2 and 3-7-4, while the Bulldogs drop to 1-5-0 and 1-8.

Freshman Brianna Piper made 15 saves to record the shutout for RPI, which also got goals from Jill Vandegrift and Jordan Smelker.

RPI 1 2 2 — 5

Yale 0 0 0 — 0

First period — 1, RPI, Cox (Smelker, Harrison), 17:53. Penalties — Dunbar, Yale (interference), 5:04; Mahoney, RPI (holding), 7:35; Mock, Yale (hooking), 17:41.

Second period — 2, RPI, Vandegrift (Mahoney, Castignetti), 16:40. 3, RPI, Smelker (Vadner), 19:09. Penalties — Gray, Yale (elbowing), 6:48; Bench, Yale (too many players, served by Kelsey Summers), 12:11.

Third period — 4, RPI, Cox (unassisted), 3:01. 5, RPI, Cox (Smelkser, Horton), 6:14 (pp). Penalties — Murray, Yale (hooking), 0:27; Murray, Yale (closing hand on puck), 3:01; Gray, Yale (holding), 4:48.

Shots on goal — RPI 20-14-18 — 52; Yale 7-3-5 —15.

Power play Opportunities — RPI 2 of 6; Yale 0 of 1.

Goalies — RPI, Brianna Piper (15 shots-15 saves); Yale, Genny Ladiges (52-47).

Referees — Robert Cerillo, Katie Guay. Assistant referees — Kevin Blackburn, Andrew DiFusco.

A — 324. T — 1:54.

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