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Harvard earns tie with RPI

Harvard earns tie with RPI

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute led by two goals early, but Harvard worked back into the game for a

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute led by two goals early, but Harvard worked back into the game for a 2-2 tie Saturday.

RPI (1-7-1 ECACH, 3-16-1) got goals from Zach Schroeder and C.J. Lee just 26 seconds apart early in the first period, but the Crimson (3-3-4, 4-5-6) got one back before the first intermission from Eric Kroshus.

Colin Blackwell scored the equalizer at 1:34 in the third. He and Kroshus both finished with a goal and an assist, and Dan Ford had two helpers.

RPI goalie Scott Diebold made 25 saves. Steve Michalek made 11 for Harvard, as the Crimson outshot the Engineers, 27-13.

RPI got assists from Brock Higgs, Marty O’Grady, Nick Bailen and Ryan Haggerty.

Harvard also fought back from a two-goal deficit Friday in Schen-ectady to draw with Union, 3-3.

Harvard 1 0 1 0 — 2

RPI 2 0 0 0 — 2

First Period — 1, RPI, Schroeder 3 (O’Grady, Bailen), 5:11. 2, RPI, Lee 2 (Higgs, Haggerty), 5:37. 3, Harvard, Kroshus 5 (Blackwell, Ford), 7:27 (pp). Penalties — Killorn, Har (hooking), 1:50; Bergin, RPI (holding), 6:01.

Second Period — No scoring. Penalties — Greiner, Har (roughing), 19:39; Bergin, RPI (roughing), 19:39.

Third Period — 4, Harvard, Blackwell 4 (Kroshus, Ford), 1:34. Penalties — Dolan, RPI (holding), 14:29.

Overtime — No scoring. Penalties — None.

Shots on goal — Harvard 12-9-5-1 — 27. RPI 4-1-5-3 — 13.

Power-play opportunities — Harvard 1 of 2; RPI 0 of 1.

Goalies — Harvard, Michalek 4-3-5 (13 shots-11 saves). RPI, Diebold 1-4-1 (27-25).

SUNY-plattsburgh 6,

SKIDMORE 3

PLATTSBURGH — SUNY-Plattsburgh poured it on in the third period, scoring four goals en route to the win.

Kyle Kudroch scored the tying goal and the winner, the first assist on both going to Patrick Jobb.

Kyle Taylor also had two assists for SUNY-Plattsburgh (10-2-3)

Skidmore (4-9-1) got two goals from Brad Schuler, while Vlad Gavrik added a goal and an assist.

SUNY-Plattsburgh goalie Mathieu Cadieux came on to start the second period, making 15 saves to earn the win.

The Thoroughbreds got 29 saves from Colin Bessey.

Skidmore 2 1 0 — 3

SUNY-Plattsburgh 1 1 4 — 6

First Period — 1, Skidmore, Gavrik 3 (Doremus), 14:55. 2, Skidmore, Schuler 2 (Gavrik), 17:56. 3, Plattsburgh, Schlueter 6 (Mooney), 18:14. Penalties — Menard, Skd (elbowing), 18:36.

Second Period — 4, Plattsburgh, Jensen 6 (Schlueter), 9:40 (pp). 5, Skidmore, Schuler 3 (Gavrik, Menard), 18:17. Penalties — McQuillan, Skid (tripping), 8:48; Dupuis, Skd (interference), 9:28.

Third Period — 6, Plattsburgh, Kudroch 6 (Jobb, Taylor), 4:24. 7, Plattsburgh, Kudroch 7 (Jobb), 11:55. 8, Plattsburgh, Craig 3 (Jensen, Taylor), 14:07 (pp). 9, Plattsburgh, Cassidy 1 (Beadow), 14:49. Penalties — Colvin, Skd (cross-checking), 13:21.

Shots on goal — Skidmore 10-6-10 — 26. SUNY-Plattsburgh 10-12-13 — 35.

Power-play opportunities — Skidmore 0 of 0; SUNY-Plattsburgh 2 of 4.

Goalies — Skidmore, Bessey 4-8-0 (35 shots-29 saves); Cray (16:27 third, 0-0). SUNY-Plattsburgh, Leis (10-8); Cadieux 7-2-2 (:00 second, 16-15).

Women

COLGATE 2, UNION 1 (OT)

SCHENECTADY — Colgate’s Taylor Volpe scored on the power play at 3:10 in overtime for the win.

Amanda Kirwin made the winning connection with a pass from the left side of the net.

The Raiders (3-5-1 ECACH, 8-11-1) took a 1-0 lead at 1:57 in the third on Brittany Phillips’ 10th goal of the season.

The Dutchwomen (1-8-1, 3-16-2) answered at 9:33 when Rhianna Kurio netted a rebound on a power play, tying the game, 1-1.

Lauren Hoffman took the initial shot, which was stopped by Colgate netminded Kimberly Sass.

Kate Gallagher made 29 saves in the loss, while Sass made 25 stops.

Colgate 0 0 1 1 — 2

Union 0 0 1 0 — 1

First Period — No scoring. Penalties — Cromartie, Uni (hooking), 11:05; Wickens, Col (interference), 16:36; Simmonds, Uni (checking), 19:46.

Second Period — No scoring. Penalties — Cromartie, Uni (hooking), 9:31; Arseneault, Uni (tripping), 11:28; Hoffman, Uni (cross-checking), 19:31.

Third Period — 1, Colgate, Phillips 10, 1:56. 2, Union, Kurio 5 (Hoffman), 9:33 (pp). Penalties — Doyle, Col (tripping), 4:09; Craig, Col (hooking), 9:19; Tancrell-Fontaine, Uni (cross-checking), 11:04; Simmonds, Uni (interference), 11:50; Drubel, Col (roughing), 16:15; Arseneault, Uni (slashing), 16:15.

Overtime — 3, Colgate, Volpe 7 (Kirwan), 3:10 (pp). Penalties — Heinhuis, Uni (interference), 1:12.

Shots on goal — Colgate 4-14-10-3 — 31. Union 4-8-14-0 — 26.

Power-play opportunities — Colgate 1 of 8; Union 1 of 3.

Goalies — Colgate, Sass 8-10-1 (26 shots-25 saves). Union, Gallagher 1-4-2 (31-29).

CORNELL 3, RPI 0

TROY — Lauren Slebodnick pushed her personal record to

6-0-0 with a 15-save shutout of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.

No. 3 Cornell (12-2-0) got goal support from Laura Fortino and Brianne Jenner both with a goal and an assist, a goal from Kendice Ogilvie and two assists from Monika Leck.

RPI (5-13-4) got 27 saves from Kelly O’Brien.

Cornell 1 2 0 — 3

RPI 0 0 0 — 0

First Period — 1, Cornell, Ogilvie 2 (Leck), 11:07. Penalties — Young, Cor (tripping), 5:12; Le Donne, RPI (tripping), 15:47; Jenner, Cor (boarding), 18:49.

Second Period — 2, Cornell, Fortino 4 (Leck, Jenner), 13:53 (pp). 3, Cornell, Jenner 8 (Fortino), 19:38. Penalties — Fulton, Cor (slashing), 7:47; Smelker, RPI (slashing), 8:21; Jenner, Cor (checking), 9:29; Fulton, Cor (roughing), 10:03; Schilter, RPI (roughing), 10:03; Marzario, RPI (roughing), 13:07.

Third Period — No scoring. Penalties — Young, Cor (interference), 7:45; Barley, Cor (hooking), 11:38; Cox, RPI (elbowing), 12:27; Walsh, RPI (hooking), 17:17; Horton, RPI (hooking), 17:41.

Shots on goal — Cornell 11-6-13 — 30. RPI 9-2-4 — 15.

Power-play opportunities — Cornell 1 of 5; RPI 0 of 6.

Goalies — Cornell, Slebodnick 6-0-0 (15 shots-15 saves). RPI, O’Brien 3-8-1 (30-27).

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