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Women's ice hockey ties Connecticut College 2-2

Posted November 22, 2013
Tags Women's Ice Hockey

The Hamilton College Continentals and Connecticut College Camels played to a 2-2 tie in NESCAC action at Hamilton’s Russell Sage Rink on Friday night.

Box Score

The visiting Camels (0-1-2, 0-1-2 NESCAC) forced the extra session with a pair of third-period goals. Hamilton (1-2-1, 0-2-1) has lost just once in its last six overtime games dating back to Dec. 6, 2011.

Katie Parkman ’17 had a hand in both Continental goals, which came 46 seconds apart sandwiched around the first intermission. Parkman opened the scoring with 37 seconds left in the first period and collected her first multi-point game by assisting on a goal by Gigi Fraser ’14 just 23 seconds into the second period.

Connecticut College broke through in the third period. The Camels scored on their fifth power-play opportunity as Jane Pagano ’17 fed Cassie Hunter ’17 at the 8:40 mark. The goal snapped Hamilton’s shutout streak at 74:58. Leah Kallen ’14 notched her second goal of the season -- an unassisted tally -- and knotted the score with 5:12 left.

Sarah Schuchardt ‘15 recorded a career-high 30 saves, including four in overtime, and remained unbeaten in four career decisions. Parkman’s first period goal, which was set up by Hannah Jaiven ’14 and Sara Taffe ‘17, was the first of her career. Fraser scored her team-leading fourth goal and raised her career total to 15.

Kelsie Fralick ’15 turned aside 31 shots for Connecticut College. Hamilton owned a 33-32 advantage in shots over the Camels, who outshot the Continentals 16-11 over the final 25 minutes.

The two teams conclude their weekend series on Saturday at 3 p.m. at Russell Sage Rink.

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