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College hockey: Tinordi goal lifts Engineers to win

College hockey: Tinordi goal lifts Engineers to win

Matt Tinordi scored the game-winning goal at 12:14 of the third period Friday night as Rensselaer Po

Matt Tinordi scored the game-winning goal at 12:14 of the third period Friday night as Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute defeated 20th-ranked Colgate, 2-1, in an ECAC game at Houston Field House.

The victory snapped a four-game winless streak (0-3-1) by the Engineers (7-10-5, 2-6-3), who improved to 5-2-2 at the field house.

Johnny Rogic gave the Engineers the lead with his second goal of the season at 16:35 of the second period, but the Raiders (11-8-2, 3-5-1 ECAC) pulled even on a power-play goal by Tylor Spink early in the third period.

The Engineers will host Cornell at 7 tonight.

Colgate 0 1 0 — 1

RPI 0 1 1 — 2

First period — None. Penalties — Leonard, RPI (high-sticking), 2:45.

Second period — 1, RPI, Rogic 2 (Bailen, Burgdoerfer), 16:35. Penalties — Murphy, Col (tripping), 10:35; Lee, RPI (tripping), 17:40.

Third period — 2, Colgate, Tyl. Spink 7 (Tys. Spink. Price), 4:34. 3, RPI, Tinordi 3 (McGowan, Neal), 12:14. Penalties — Wilson, Col (face-masking), :29; Lee, RPI (double minor, boarding, face-masking), :29; Dolan, RPI (slashing), 3:08; Larkin, Col (boarding), 20:00.

Shots on goal — Colgate 13-7-13 — 33, RPI 9-13-6 — 28.

Power-play opportunities — Colgate 1 of 4, RPI 0 of 1.

Goalies — Colgate, Finney 6-4-1 (28 shots-26 saves). RPI, Kasdorf 3-1-2 (33-32).

A — 2,756

Skidmore 8, Southern Maine 3

SAARATOGA SPRINGS — Tony Giacin scored two goals and picked up three assists as the Thoroughbreds rolled over the Huskies in an ECAC East game.

Giacin combined with linemates Aaron Beck (2-1-3) and David Lim-oges (1-1-2) for five goals and five assists for the Thoroughbreds (8-7-2, 5-4-1 ECAC East).

Southern Maine 0 0 3 — 3

Skidmore 2 4 2 — 8

First period — 1, Skidmore, Krajnak 2 (Powers, Malakorn), 2:06. 2, Skidmore, Garvik, 4:08.

Second period — 3, Skidmore, Beck 2 (Giacin, Malakorn), 6:11. 4, Skidmore, Gundersen 1, 6:40 (pp). 5, Skidmore, Giacin 3 (Menard, Gavrik), 10:51. 6, Skidmore, Limoges 4 (Giacin, Beck), 13:365 (pp).

Third period — 7, Southern Maine, Vrachnas 6 (Grandinetti, Seward), :47 (pp). 8, Southern Maine, Greene 3 (Grandinetti, Collins), 3:50. 9, Southern Maine, Vrachnas 7 (Seward, Miller), 5:11. 10, Skidmore, Beck 2 (Limoges, Giacin), 11:04. 11, Skidmore, Giacin 4 (Dupuis, Radmin), 18:54 (pp).

Shots on goal — Southern Maine 9-9-18 — 36, Skidmore 10-14-6 — 30.

Power-play opportunities — Southern Maine 1 of 8, Skidmore 3 of 7.

Goalies — Southern Maine, Hillegas 6-6-0 (30 shots-22 saves). Skidmore, Freiberg 5-2-0 (36-33).

HVCC 20, Mohawk Valley CC 2

TROY — LaSalle Institute grad-uate Matt Wagner scored five goals, and James Murphy had three goals and four assists as the Vikings improved to 7-5.

Women

Dartmouth 3, Union 0

HANOVER, N.H. — Reagan Fischer scored a pair of goals, and Lindsay Holdcroft stopped all 16 shots she faced as the Big Green blanked the Dutchwomen at Thompson Arena.

Shenea Lundberg finished with 18 saves for the Dutchwomen (7-13-3, 0-8-3 ECAC).

Union 0 0 0 — 0

Dartmouth 3 0 0 — 3

First period — 1, Dartmouth, Fischer 11 (Dumais, Winkel), 13:44 (pp). 2, Dartmouth, Fischer 12 (Dumais, Stacey), 15:21. 3, Dartmouth, Hobeika 6 (Dumais), 17:01. Penalties — Johnston, Uni (checking), 5:21; Hobeika, Dar (hooking), 9:35; Babiak, Uni (checking), 12:52.

Second period — No scoring. Penalties — Tomaselli, Uni (tripping), 2:30; Hoebika, Dar (tripping), 10:11; Illikainen, Dar (roughing), 14:49; dumais, Dar (tripping), 17:40.

Third period — No scoring. Penalties — Norton, Uni (tripping), 6:13; Berghuis, Dar (checking), 8:54; Allen, dar (slashing), 11:24.

Shots on goal — Union 4-6-6 — 16, Dartmouth 9-6-6 — 21.

Power-play opportunities — Union 0 of 6, Dartmouth 1 of 4.

Goalies — Union, Lundberg 6-10-3

(21 shots-18 saves). Dartmouth holdcroft 11-4-2 (16-16).

Harvard 4, RPI 1

BOSTON — Harvard limited RPI to just five shots on goal in the final 40 minutes as the ECAC-leading Crimson won their 12th straight ECAC game.

Lyndsey Fry scored a pair of goals — her 10th and 11th of the season — for Harvard (15-1-1 overall).

After Taylor Horton scored her ninth goal of the year at 5:41 of the first period to pull the Engineers (6-15-2, 4-7-0 ECAC) into a 1-1 tie, Harvard dominated the rest of the game.

RPI 1 0 0 — 1

Harvard 2 1 1 — 4

First period — 1, Harvard, Picard 4, 3:52 (sh). 2, RPI, Horton 9 (Smelker, LeDonne), 5:41. 3, Harvard, Fry 10, 7:45. Penalties — Reber, Har (tripping), 3:38; LeDonne, RPI (checking), 11:52.

Second period — 4, Harvard, D’Oench 7 (Parker), 9:19. Penalties — none.

Third period — 5, Harvard, Fry 11 (Edney), 13:30 (pp). Penalties — Gruschow, RPI (roughing), 1:31; Cox, RPI (cross-checking), 4:13; Armstrong, Har (checking), 7:51; Middlebrook, RPI (interference), 11:47; Godin, RPi (high-sticking), 12:22; Fry, Har (hooking), 17:29.

Shots on goal — RPI 10-1-4 — 15, Harvard 10-9-14 — 33.

Power-play opportunities — RPI 0 of 3, Harvard 1 of 5.

Goalies — RPI, O’Brien 5-13-1 (33 shots-29 saves). Harvard, Maschmeyer 7-0-1 (15-14).

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