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College hockey: Union loses 20th game of season

College hockey: Union loses 20th game of season

Dutchwomen eliminated from ECAC Hockey playoff contention
College hockey: Union loses 20th game of season
Union coach Rick Bennett's team lost its 20th game of the season Saturday, the first time that has happened since 2004-05.
Photographer: Peter R. Barber

HAMILTON — Goalie Andrew Farrier stopped 27 shots, including 13 in the third period, to help Colgate blank Union 4-0 in ECAC Hockey play Saturday night.

The Dutchmen (5-12-1 ECACH, 7-20-3 overall) were shut out for the seventh time this season. It’s the first time they have lost 20 games in a season since 2004-05, when they lost 22.

Jacob Panetta gave the Raiders (8-7-3, 10-14-6) a 1-0 lead midway through the first period. Evan Tschumi made it 2-0 in the second. John Snodgrass and Paul Meyer added third-period goals.

Union    0 0 0 — 0
Colgate    1 1 2 — 4

First Period — 1, Colgate, Panetta 3 (McKechney), 8:34. Penalties — Sharf, Clg (goaltender interference), 1:59; Schmidt, Uni (roughing), 7:39; Cockrell, Clg (slashing), 7:39; Anhorn, Uni (interference), 11:33.
Second Period — 2, Colgate, Tschumi 1 (Cockrell, Young), 9:53. Penalties — Kosack, Uni (cross-checking), 6:53; Foo, Uni (slashing), 12:34; Sharf, Clg (holding), 15:34.
Third Period — 3, Colgate, Snodgrass 6 (Jeanson), 9:11 (en). 4, Colgate, Meyer 1 (Young, Tschumi), 11:43. Penalties — Union bench, served by Cohen (too many men), :26; Panetta, Clg (interference), 4:58; Seger, Uni (checking from behind), 14:37; Estes, Uni (roughing), 17:14.
Shots On Goal — Union 5-9-13 — 27. Colgate 9-11-5 — 25.
Power-play opportunities — Union 0 of 3; Colgate 0 of 6.
Goalies — Union, Hanson 6-19-3 (23 shots-20 saves); Josh Graziano (11:43 third, 1-1). Colgate, Farrier 7-7-2 (27-27).
A — 1,164. T — 2:24.
Referees — Chris Pitoscia, Kyle Allen. Linesmen — Brian Oliver, Jordan Patarino.

CORNELL 4, RPI 2

ITHACA — Brenden Locke recorded a goal and two assists to lead the second-ranked Big Red past the Engineers at Lynah Rink.

The Big Red (14-2-2, 19-2-4) scored three times in the first period. Noah Bauld and Alex Green scored 18 seconds apart early in the period. Yanni Kaldis added a power-play goal late in the period.

RPI (9-8-1, 13-15-2) got one back early in the second period when Ture Linden scored. Todd Burgess made it 3-2 early in the third. Locke sealed Cornell’s win on an empty-net goal with 25.2 seconds left

RPI    0 1 1 — 2
Cornell    3 0 1 — 4

First Period — 1, Cornell, Bauld 2 (Leahy, Betts), 3:30. 2, Cornell, Green 7 (Barron, Locke), 3:48. 3, Cornell, Kaldis 5 (Barron, Locke), 17:03 (pp). Penalties — Gornall, RPI (tripping), 13:12; DiGrande, RPI (interference), 16:32.
Second Period — 4, RPI, Linden 5 (Burgess, Hallbauer), 1:24. Penalties — Marrello, RPI (hooking), 2:08; Stienburg, Cor (holding), 10:58.
Third Period — 5, RPI, Burgess 8 (Zieky, Klee), 1:40. 6, Cornell, Locke 8 (Mullin), 19:35 (en).
Penalties - Jake Johnson, REN (Holding) 10:50; Morgan Barron, COR (Embellishment) 10:50
Shots on Goal — RPI 4-10-6 — 20. Cornell 15-10-7 — 32.
Power-play opportunities — RPI 0 of 1; Cornell 1 of 3.
Goalies — RPI, Savory 9-9-2 (31 shots-28 saves). Cornell, Galajda 19-2-4 (20-18).
A — 4,267. T — 2:10.
Referees — Anthony Kenney, Cam Lynch. Linesmen — Matt Brady, Michael Noeth.

Women

HARVARD 3, UNION 2 (OT)

SCHENECTADY — The Dutchwomen were eliminated from ECACH playoff contention with their loss to the Crimson at Messa Rink, coupled with St. Lawrence’s 3-2 win over Quinnipiac.

Union (5-12-3, 5-22-5) are five points behind the Saints to go with two games left in the regular season.

Becca Gilmore’s second goal of the game with 1:59 left in overtime gave the Crimson (14-5-1, 15-11-1) the win.

Grace Heiting and Megan Ryan scored for Union.

Harvard    1 0 1 1 — 3
Union    0 0 2 0 — 2

First Period — 1, Harvard, Gilmore 5 (Jovanovich, Ehrhard), 1:53. Penalties — Herrfort, Uni (checking), 8:01; Della Rovere, Har (hooking), 16:58.
Second Period — None. Penalties — Peper, Har (interference), 6:08; Moy, Har (roughing), 19:02; Peper, Har (cross-checking), 19:57.
Third Period — 2, Union, Heiting 6 (Reynolds, King), :27 (pp). 3, Harvard, Moy 8 (Petrie, Della Rovere), 2:52 (pp). 4, Union, Ryan 7 (Harris, Merlo), 10:32. Penalties — Michalicka, Uni (hooking), 2:38; Ryan, Uni (checking), 5:37; Petrie, HAR (delay of game), 10:53; Sonntag, Uni (tripping), 10:53; de Perio, Uni (roughing), 11:43.
Overtime — 5, Harvard, Gilmore 6 (Della Rovere, Hughes), 3:01. Penalties — None.
Shots on Goal — Harvard 11-15-18-5 — 49. Union 13-3-7-1 — 24.
Power-play opportunities — Harvard 1 of 4; Union 1 of 4.
Goalies — Harvard, Dutton 5-1-0 (24 shots-22 saves). Union, Murray 0-6-0 (49-46).
A — 314. T — 2:20.
Referees — Laura White, Kate Werner. Linesmen — Michael Roberts, Matthew Potrzeba.

DARTMOUTH 4, RPI 1

TROY — CC Bowlby scored twice to lead the Big Green to a win over the Engineers at Houston Field House.

Mikayla Capelle had a power-play goal for RPI (0-20, 0-31-1).

Dartmouth    0 2 2 — 4
RPI    0 0 1 — 1
First Period — None. Penalties — Brekke, Dar (hooking), 18:49.
Second Period — 1, Dartmouth, Putrah 2 (McLaughlin, Hill), 8:52. 2, Dartmouth, Bowlby 9 (Cornell, Trevors), 12:23. Penalties — RPI bench, served by Severson (too many players), 6:22; Price, RPI (interference), 9:00; Rombaut, Dar (tripping), 17:57.
Third Period 3, Dartmouth, Bowlby 10 (Odnoga, McClanahan), 5:35 (pp). 4, RPI, Capelle 1 (Repaci, Burnett), 7:37 (pp). 5, Dartmouth, Trevors 10, 17:41 (en). Penalties — Burnett, RPI (boarding), 4:49; Foglia, Dar (interference), 7:19; Dalby, RPI (interference), 11:22; Bowlby, Dar (hooking), 11:57; Brekke, Dar (roughing), 12:23; Farole, RPI (roughing), 12:23.
Shots on Goal — Dartmouth 8-18-12 — 38. RPI 15-6-14 — 35.
Power-play opportunities — Dartmouth 1 of 4; RPI 1 of 4.
Goalies — Dartmouth, Wormsbecher 3-5-0 (35 shots-34 saves). RPI, Rampado 0-10-0 (37-34).
A - 214. T — 2:05.
Referees — Tom Lynch, Will O’Malley. Linesmen — Alex Walsh, Stephanie Sersch.

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