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Women's Hockey To Host St. Mary's, Bethel
Posted: Thursday, January 6, 2005
EAU CLAIRE - The UW-Eau Claire women's hockey team will host Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference foes St. Mary's and Bethel this weekend at Hobbs Ice Center.
The Blugolds come into the weekend with a 5-3-1 record following a record setting game against Hamline. Eau Claire set a team record with 70 shots on goal and tied the team record with 10 goals and only nine shots allowed on goal.
Theresa Guindon (Fr.-Lino Lakes, MN/Centennial) set a team record with four goals, all coming consecutively in the second period. Amber Stevenson (So.-Eagan, MN) set the team record with five assists and tied the team record with five total points.
Amanda Schultz (Jr.-Stevens Point/SPASH) leads the Blugolds with 13 points including a team-high nine goals. Laura Suppes (So.-Falcon Heights, MN/Roseville) is second with seven points while three other Blugolds have scored six points. Jill Arendt (Fr.-Plymouth, MN/Wayzata) has played all nine games in goal making 190 saves for a .918 percentage.
Eau Claire comes into the St. Mary's game with a 2-4 lifetime record including 1-0 and 5-2 losses last year. The Blugolds scored the opening goal at St. Mary's but allowed three unanswered goals after that and couldn't recover.
St. Mary's comes into the game with a 4-6 record following two losses to St. Thomas. The Cardinals have been outscored 30-17 and outshot 319-264.
The Cardinals are led by Melissa Mondo's eight points including five goals. Rachel Harrison and Jenn Shire have each scored six points. St. Mary's have split goalie time with Amanda Gage stopping nearly 93 percent of shots while Nikki Jung has stopped 89 percent of shots.
The Blugolds have never lost to Bethel posting a 4-0 lifetime record. Eau Claire won 2-1 on the road and 8-2 at home last year. Schultz recorded her second career hat trick in the 8-2 victory.
Bethel comes into the weekend with a 1-6 record and riding a three-game losing streak. The only Royal win came in a 2-1 victory over Hamline. The Royals have been outscored 44-7 and outshot 185-94.
Bethel is led by Elicia Shepard with three points and team-high two assists. Tamara Trenter and Heidi Govednik lead the Royals with two goals a piece. Kelly Moriarty has spent every minute in goal and is allowing over six goals a game while stopping only 83 percent of shots sent her way.
Both games are scheduled to begin at 7:05 p.m.
- JL -