Women's ice hockey falls to Connecticut College
The Connecticut College Camels posted a 4-1 win over the Hamilton College Continentals in NESCAC action at Hamilton’s Russell Sage Rink on Saturday afternoon.
Kelsie Fralick ’15 stopped 29 shots for the Camels (1-1-2, 1-1-2 NESCAC), who were outshot 30-18 and held Hamilton scoreless for the first 54 minutes.
Katie Parkman ’17 got the Continentals (1-3-1, 0-3-1) on the board with an unassisted goal late in the third when she stole a clearing pass and beat Fralick for her second goal of the season. Parkman had a hand in both Hamilton goals in Friday’s 2-2 tie against the Camels with a goal and an assist. Sarah Schuchardt ’15 made 14 saves for Hamilton.
Connecticut College’s penalty killing unit withstood all six Hamilton power-play opportunities and contributed the team’s final goal. Courtney Dumont ’14 picked up the short-handed goal 3:46 into the third period.
Jane Pagano ’17 opened the scoring with her second goal, an unassisted score with 6:29 left in the first. Sarah Kaplan ’17 and Stephanie Izzi ’17 scored their first career goals for the Camels. Kaplan was credited with the game-winner 2:02 into the second period when she converted passes from Shelley Moore ’15 and Julia Rodricks ’15. Izzi scored on a power play 90 seconds later with Cassie Hunter ’17 assisting.
The Continentals host SUNY Oswego in non-league play on Tuesday at 4 p.m. The Camels travel to Salve Regina for a non-conference game next Saturday night.