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Women's Hockey Scores 10 Goals In Win Over Hamline
Posted: Wednesday, January 5, 2005
EAU CLAIRE - The UW-Eau Claire women's hockey team tied the team record with 10 goals in routing Hamline University 10-1 here tonight at Hobbs Ice Center.
Allison Campbell (So.-Plymouth, MN/Wayzata) started the scoring for Eau Claire taking an Amanda Schultz (Jr.-Stevens Point/SPASH) pass and converting a power play. Laura Suppes (So.-Falcon Heights, MN/Roseville) scored an unassisted power play goal with three seconds left in the first period to give the Blugolds a 2-0 lead.
Theresa Guindon (Fr.-Lino Lakes, MN/Centennial) owned the second period for the Blugolds. Guindon scored four consecutive goals in the period setting a Blugold record for most goals in a game. Karen Hebert (So.-Lakeville, MN/Holy Angels) added another goal in the second period to give Eau Claire a 7-0 lead going into the final period.
Jessie Boyles (Jr.-Prior Lake, MN), Schultz and Martina Korinek (So.-White Bear Lake, MN) each scored a goal in the third period to round out the Blugold scoring.
Amber Stevenson (So.-Eagan, MN) set a Blugold record with five assists and tied the team record with five total points. Eau Claire had 70 shots on goal shattering the previous record of 59 shots on goal. Hamline's nine shots on goal ties the Blugold record for fewest shots on their own goal.
Jill Arendt (Fr.-Plymouth, MN/Wayzata) spent the majority of the time in goal stopping all four shots sent her way. Heather Prochaska (Fr.-Madison) stopped four of five shots in the third period.
The Blugolds improve to 5-3-1 on the year while Hamline falls to 2-7 on the year.
Eau Claire will be in action next when they host St. Mary's Friday and Bethel Saturday at Hobbs Ice Center. Both games are scheduled to begin at 7:05 p.m.
- JL -