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Women's ice hockey falls 6-3 on Senior Day

Women's ice hockey falls 6-3 on Senior Day

Maryland Heights, MO. —On Saturday, the Lindenwood women's ice hockey team faced Robert Morris in their final regular season game, plus on Saturday, the Lions lost their matchup with the Colonials 6-3, moving to 11-19-2 on the season.

Game overview
1:38 into the first period, the Colonials would find the back of the net for the first time in the game. The Colonials would continue their offensive progression and scored three more goals before the end of the period. The Lions would remain scoreless in the period, trailing 4-0 heading into the break. During this period, the Lions put 19 shots on net, while the Colonials put up 11 shots.

In the second half, the Colonials scored early, extending the lead to five. For the majority of the period, solid defense would keep both teams out on the field. 2.48pm period Caitlin Finnegan He would score the Lions' first goal of the match, with an assist Quinn McLaren And Thea Jorgensen. Entering the final period, the Lions were trailing 5-1. During that period, the Lions put seven shots on net while the Colonials recorded 11 shots.

In the third period, Morgan Netsky The Colonials' lead would be cut to three, with 19:35 remaining in the period. Neitzke's goal will be assisted by Chloe Corbin. Twelve minutes later, Rachel Gough He would score the Lions' third goal of the night, cutting the Colonials' lead to two goals with 6:12 left in the game. With 3:03 remaining in the period, the Colonials scored the final goal of the game on an empty net to restore their three-goal lead.

Natalie Ferenc He started in net for the Lions, where he made 24 saves. In this game, Netsky broke the program record for shortstop goals in a career with five, and most goals in a season with 24.

Statistical leaders
Points – Eight different individuals earned one point (#2, #8, #14, #16, #19, #22, #24, #25)
Goals – Goff (1), Netski (1), Finnegan (1)
Plus minus – Sarah Davies (+2)
Confrontation win – Gigi Bora (16)
Blocked shots – Netzke (3)


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