D1 Around the League (Nov. 13-15)
ADRIAN/GRAND VALLEY – The Bulldogs and the Lakers faced off in a much anticipated matchup last weekend (Nov. 13/14), where the Bulldogs emerged victorious twice. In the 3-2 victory Alicia Tait (1g-1a), Kaillie Hardy (1g-1a) and Jessica Rushing tallied the goals while Paige Fuoco grabbed an assist. Alison Dungey was in net for Adrian and grabbed 19 saves off of 21 shots on net. For the Lakers, Taylor Lampar (1g-1a), and Tea Greca (1g) grabbed the goals, with Greca’s goal came while GV was short-handed. Alexa Tenwalde tallied an assist in the loss, while Taylor Watson saw time in net stopping 21 of 24 shots on goal.
The second ended with another Bulldog win, this time 3-0. Hardy tallied two goals while Nichole Laflamme grabbed third goal for Adrian. Dungey got the nod in net again for Adrian, stopping all 25 shots on net. Lauren Allen saw time in net for the Lakers this time, stopping 27 of 30 shots on net.
The third star of the weekend goes to the Bulldog’s Tait (1g-2a), second star recognition belongs to Adrian’s Hardy (3g-1a) while first star honors is received by Dungey of AC who stopped 44 of 46 shots on net.
MICHIGAN/OHIO STATE – The Wolverines and the Buckeyes played two tough games, however Michigan tallied two wins, 3-1 and 5-2. Eleanor Chalifoux (1g-1a), Jennifer Cusmanno (1g-1a) and Sarah Girard (1g) grabbed the Wolverines goals while Karoline Inman also tallied an assist. Julia Chenoweth was in net for Michigan, making 23 saves from 24 shots on net. Melinda Vercollone grabbed the lone Buckeye goal while Emily Ciborek stopped 54 of 57 shots on net.
Sunday’s game brought goals for Michigan from Inman (1g), Emily Hotaling (1g-1a), Mercedes Reyes (1g-1a), Sarah Lather (1g) and Caroline Hurd (1g). Bailey Hamill was in net this time for the Wolverines picking up 20 saves on 22 shots on net. For the Buckeyes, Jessica McCoy (1g), Courtney Trudeau (1g) tallied the goals with Vercollone and Emilie Dunlap grabbed the apples on the two goals. Ciborek stopped 53 of 58 shots on net for Ohio State.
The third star of the weekend goes to Michigan’s Chalifoux (1g-1a), second star belongs to the Wolverine’s Cusmano (1g-1a) and the first star goes to OSU’s Ciborek who stopped 107 of 115 shots on net.
Author: Mackenzie Smith, Communications Manager