A aim just 75 seconds into Sunday’s sport showed the next-ranked University of Wisconsin women’s hockey staff was intent on attaining a weekend sweep.
The initial of freshman Sophie Shirley’s two goals sent the Badgers on the way to a 4-1 victory more than Minnesota State at LaBahn Arena.
“We acquired off to a fantastic start out and did a fantastic job,” UW mentor Mark Johnson mentioned. “Happy with how hard we performed this afternoon, yesterday, this complete weekend was fantastic.”
Junior Alexis Mauermann and freshman Britta Curl also scored for the Badgers (26-4, 16-4 Western Collegiate Hockey Association), who moved into initial spot by two details given that Minnesota was idle this weekend. In dropping to the Badgers for the 25th straight time, the Mavericks fell to 9-15-5, 3-14-3-2.
Senior forward Sam Cogan’s support on Shirley’s sport-opening aim gave the Ottawa indigenous 100 vocation details, one day soon after junior teammate Abby Roque attained the century mark for details.
“It felt terrific, I was really thrilled,” Cogan mentioned of her support. “It was on type of on an iffy aim. They weren’t absolutely sure if it was in or not, but I was proper at the crease and saw that it was 100 percent a aim. Coming into higher education I would’ve mentioned that’s undoubtedly a aim I would like to realize and I am pleased I was equipped to do it. It really is an honor.”
Mauermann’s aim with 2:15 left in the initial time period amplified UW’s guide and Shirley’s aim 86 seconds into the next built it 3-. Curl’s aim at 7:26 of the 3rd offered a four-aim edge.
UW goalie Kristen Campbell built 11 saves even though Minnesota State goalie Abigail Levy had 38.