Women's Ice Hockey shutout by St. Anselm
St. Anselm College women’s ice hockey scored three second period goals leading the Hawks to the 4-0 shutout win over New England College Saturday afternoon in Henniker. The win improves the Hawks to 6-3-1 overall, while the loss drops the Pilgrims to 4-6-0 on the season.
The two teams battled through a scoreless opening period of play as the Hawks controlled much of the offense out shooting the Pilgrims 19-4.
St. Anselm would not waste much time in the second period as Liz Burg (Minneapolis, Minn.) would get the Hawks on the board netting her first collegiate goal just 2:13 into the period assisted by Kelsey Johnson (Byfield, Mass.) and Maria Dougherty (Middletown, R.I.) St. Anselm’s Bianca DiSantis (Georgetown, Mass.) would extend the Hawk lead to 2-0 just minutes later scoring off a break-away at the 3:47 mark.
The Hawks would add another score in the second as Kathleen Twomey (Londonderry, N.H.) would convert on a power-play opportunity giving St. Anselm the 3-0 lead heading into the final period.
St. Anselm would tack on another score midway through the third period as Jamie Comrie (Asburn, Va.) would net her first collegiate goal unassisted at the 8:45 mark. New England would battle back in the third out shooting St. Anselm13-9 but the Pilgrims would be unable to find the goal falling to the Hawks 4-0.
Picking up the win in net for the Hawks was Carley Berry (Danvers, Mass.) who finished with 25 saves on the afternoon. In net for the Pilgrims was Teraysa White (Belgrade, Maine) who stopped and impressive 57 shots on net.