CLINTON, N.Y. (Michael Warwick, Hamilton Athletic Communications) Connecticut College posted a 4-1 win over Hamilton College in NESCAC women's ice hockey action Saturday afternoon at Hamilton's Russell Sage Rink. The Camels improved to 1-1-2 on the season (overall and in NESCAC competition) while the Continentals fell to 1-3-1 (0-3-1 NESCAC).
Kelsie Fralick '15 stopped 29 shots for the Camels – who were outshot 30-18 – and held Hamilton scoreless for the game's first 54 minutes.
Katie Parkman '17 got the Continentals on the board with an unassisted goal late in the third, stealing a clearing pass and beating Fralick for her second goal of the season. Parkman had a hand in both Hamilton goals in Friday's game against the Camels, recording a goal and an assist.
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 final period.
Jane Pagano '17 opened the scoring with her second goal of the year, an unassisted score with 6:29 left in the first.
Stephanie Izzi '17 scored her first career goal for the Camels. Shelley Moore '16 was credited with the game winner, converting passes from Sarah Kaplan '17 and Julia Rodricks '15 2:02 into the second period. Izzi scored on the power play 90 seconds later with Cassie Hunter '17 assisting.
Sarah Schuchardt '15 made 14 saves for Hamilton.
The Continentals host SUNY Oswego in non-league play Tuesday at 4 p.m. The Camels travel to Salve Regina for a non-conference game Saturday night.
April 4, 2014 Pagano Named to USCHO All-Rookie Team for Camels
March 6, 2014 Dumont Garners All-NESCAC Honors for Camels
February 24, 2014 Pagano Honored as NESCAC Player of the Week for Camels
January 17, 2014 Connecticut College & Colby College Skate to 3-3 Draw in Waterville
December 9, 2013 Farrell Honored as NESCAC Player of the Week for Connecticut College