Adrian Classic Championship: #9 Adrian 9, Connecticut College 0 Connolly, Izzi and Igo Share Team Lead with Nine Points Each

Adrian Classic Championship: #9 Adrian 9, Connecticut College 0 Connolly, Izzi and Igo Share Team Lead with Nine Points Each

ADRIAN, Mich.--Junior forward Devyn Fitzhenry (Gaylord, Mich.) had a hat-trick to help lead the ninth ranked Adrian College to a 9-0 victory against Connecticut College in the  Championship game of the Adrian College Classic Saturday night. 

The Bulldogs improved their record to 9-0-2 with the triumph while the Camels fell to 7-1-3.

Adrian scored five goals in the opening period, holding an 18-to-6 advantage in shots and never looked back.

Senior forward Kelsey Kusch (St. Clair Shores, Mich.) erupted with two goals and two assist for the winning side.

Sophomore net-minder Jade Walsh (Cochrane, Alberta) finished with eight saves in 26:40 of action while classmate Brooke Gibson (Strathroy, Ontario) made 14 saves in relief for the hosts.

Connecticut College senior net-minder Kelsie Fralick (West Chester, Pa.) made 17 saves in the start. Sophomore Katherine Chester (Menhdam, N.J.) finished with eight stops in relief.

Camel Tracks

The Camels have featured a balanced offense in the early season with 19 different players that have already contributed at least one point. Rookie forward Lily Connolly (Duxbury, Mass.) has accounted for a team best six goals scored to go with three assists for nine points. Sophomores Steph Izzi (West Cornwall, Conn.) and Michaela Igo (Sandwich, Mass.) share the team lead in offensive production with Connolly, having both contributed five goals and four assists.

Kate Kohl (Chelmsford, Mass.) has chipped in with eight points for the Camels with three goals and five assists.

Fralick has registered a 2.08 goals against average to go with a .924 save percentage, with two shutouts in seven starts between the pipes. Chester has posted a 1.32 GAA and a .935 save percentage and has one shutout in four starts for the Camels.

The Camels are a perfect 17-for-17 on their penalty kill in their first four NESCAC games this season.

Connecticut College will visit Bowdoin College Friday night for a 7:00 p.m. conference game in Brunswick, Maine.