UMD Women 3, Boston College 0

     The Minnesota Duluth women’s team defeated Boston College 3-0 Friday afternoon in a nonconference game before 157 fans at Conte Forum in Chestnut Hill, Mass. Katie Wilson, Laura Fridfinnson and Audrey Cournoyer had goals for the No. 5-ranked Bulldogs, while freshman goalie Jennifer Harss earned a shutout with 22 saves. UMD (11-6) scored a goal in each period. The teams meet again at 1 p.m. Saturday.

      UMD scored just 52 seconds into the game on a Katie Wilson goal, then made it 2-0 with 3:46 left in the second period on Audrey Cournoyer’s power-play score and Laura Fridfinnson connected for her eighth goal of the season with 1:51 to play. It was the third shutout of the season for Harss, who has a .922 save percentage and 2.35 goals-against average.





Minnesota Duluth…. 1-1-1—3

Boston College……….0-0-0—0

First period – 1. UMD, Katie Wilson 6 (Tara gray, Jessica Wong), :52. Penalties – Shannon Webster, Boston College (cross checking), 2:33; Jaime Rasmussen, UMD (roughing), 19:46.

Second period – 2. UMD Audrey Cournoyer 4 (Saara Tuominen), 16:14 (pp). Penalties – Caitlin Walsh, Boston College (tripping), 1:10; Stephanie Lenz, UMD (too many players on ice), 2:48; Wong, UMD (checking), 3:46; Emmanuelle Blais, UMD (checking), 15:42; Danielle Welch, Boston College (checking), 15:42; Rasmussen, UMD (cross checking), 17:30.

Third period – 3. UMD, Laura Fridfinnson 8 (Wilson, Blais), 18:09. Penalty – Kirsti Hakala, UMD (tripping), 6:20.

     Shots on goal – UMD 12-6-8–26, Boston College 6-6-10–22. Goalies – Jennifer Harss (11-6), UMD (22 shots-22 saves); Kiera Kingston (1-3-2), Boston College (26 shots-23 saves). Power plays – UMD 1-of-3, Boston College 0-of-6. Referees – Julie Piacentini, Patrick Silva. Assistants – Katie Guay, Tim Kerrigan. A – 157.

4 thoughts on “UMD Women 3, Boston College 0

  1. So if their game is Saturday afternoon, why can’t they be back in Duluth in time to skate with the kids at the Decc on Sunday?
    Hmmmmmm.

  2. Geez, give them a break. They’re playing on the East Coast over the weekend, then flying back here Saturday night. Do they get to have a good night’s rest and a day off or is that too much to ask? The mens team will be there since they’re off this weekend.

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