Women's Hockey Shuts Out St. Michael's, 9-0
SOUTH BURLINGTON, Vt. - The Holy Cross women's hockey team downed St. Michael's, 9-0 on the road Friday night. Eight different Crusaders scored on the night and junior Kelsey Goostrey notched two goals in the first and third periods.
Score: Holy Cross 9 | St. Michael's 0
Location: South Burlington, Vt. | Cairns Areana
Date: Friday, Nov. 3, 2017
Time: 7:00 p.m.
Records: Holy Cross (3-3-1) | St. Michael's (2-3-0)
HOW IT HAPPENED:
HC 1-0 (1st, 4:34, EV): Junior Amanda Kewer took a shot from right circle that hit the post and found the back of the net.
HC 2-0 (1st, 14:20, EV): Senior Tori Messina won the facaeooff and tipped back to freshman Antonia Matzka. Matzka took a shot from low inside the left circle, and Kelsey Goostrey deflected it into the net.
HC 3-0 (2nd, 00:26, EV): Junior Sam Girard shot from the circle to top left corner of the goal.
HC 5-0 (2nd, 16:21, EV): Freshman Allison Attea shot from the right point, which beat the left shoulder of St. Michael's goalie.
HC 6-0 (3rd, 3:02, EV): Senior Kara Violette intercepted a clear attempt and wrapped around net to find freshman Katie McCuaig in the slot who shot and scored.
HC 7-0 (3rd, 6:17, EV): Girard stepped in fron of a defenseman and shot at goal and Goostrey was there to tap the rebound in.
HC 8-0 (3rd, 15:18, EV): Junior Danielle Doherty scored off a rebound in the crease from Matzka.
HC 9-0 (3rd, 19:11, EV): Sophomore Victoria Young finished off the scoring for the Crusaders with a shot from blueline that deflected off the goalie and into net.
INSIDE THE NUMBERS:
Eight different Crusaders scored against the Purple Knights.
Doherty leads Holy Cross with three goals and three assists on the season (3-3-6).
Freshman Julia Pelletier only had to make five saves and improves to 3-0-1.
The Crusaders went 0-1 on the power play.
The team had 64 shots on goal, a new season high.
The Crusaders will remain in South Burlington to face the Purple Knights again Nov. 4 at 1 p.m.