ATL : 10.4-10.5
ATL: 10.4 -10.5 – A recap of CCWHA play during the weekend.
(The games recapped below are considered “ACHA exhibition games” and do not count towards CCWHA standings or statistics)
Lindenwood-Belleville met with the Redhawks for a non-league game this past weekend, with LUB coming out on top in game one with a 4-0 shutout win. Ripley Crosley made 27 saves on 31 shots for Miami while 22 shots were put up on the Lindenwood-Belleville goaltender.
Game two saw the Lynx out front first with a lone goal in the first period, however, Amanda Pugliese would tie the game early in the second with a tally for Miami. No goals in the third took the two teams to over time where Darby Edmondson was the hero putting in the second Redhawk goal of the game to win the game. Sara Gargasz and Brooklynn Moore put up the assists on the two Miami goals. Crosley was in net once again for the win in game two with 20 saves on 21 shots to finish the weekend 1-1.
ROBERT MORRIS/COLORADO STATE
The Eagles played host to the Rams in a two game non-league series last weekend, where Robert Morris emerged with two wins to begin the season. Alicia Sinnett put in two goals in the first 3-0 win, while Emily Urban grabbed a goal as well. Abby Cardew and Urban each tallied in assist in the shutout win, while Annette Scislowicz picked up a win with 26 saves. In the Eagles’ offensive zone, 44 shots were put on the Rams’ goaltender.
Game two put Robert Morris at 2-0 as they picked up a big 8-0 win against Colorado State. With two goals in the first, three in the second and three in the third the Eagles completed the sweep. Valerie Whalen, Morgan Donchez (4), Melina Tiltin, and Urban (2) were the goal scorers in game two. Six different Eagles would register assists in Sarah Ihmoud, Xochitl Ryskamp (2), Rachel Arias, Mackendzie Crawford (5), Cora Weibye, and Cardew. In net for RMU once again was Scislowicz picking up win number two with 33 saves.
The Panthers hosted the Bearcats, and tallied two non-league losses. In the 10-0 loss in game one, Julia Gaynor stopped 31 of 41 shots on goal. In net for the 4-0 loss in game two was Dayna Templeton, who went 51 for 55 for Davenport.