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Women's Hockey Welcomes Finlandia For Two
Posted: Wednesday, February 16, 2005
EAU CLAIRE - The UW-Eau Claire women's hockey team will host Finlandia University in the first ever meetings between the two teams Friday and Saturday at Hobbs Ice Center.
The Blugolds enter the weekend coming off a weekend sweep of Lake Forest and Robert Morris. Eau Claire holds a 12-8-1 overall record setting the team-record for most wins in a season.
Amanda Schultz (Jr.-Stevens Point/SPASH) leads the Blugolds in scoring with 19 points on 12 goals and seven assists. Laura Suppes (So.-Falcon Heights, MN/Roseville) is second on Eau Claire with 15 points and leads the team with three game-winning goals.
Martina Korinek (So.-White Bear Lake, MN) is next on the Blugolds with 14 points followed by Laura Brackey (Jr.-Oakdale, MN/Tartan) with 12. Karen Hebert (So.-Lakeville, MN/Holy Angels) has 11 points followed by Christa Hubert (Sr.-Blaine, MN) and Amber Stevenson (So.-Eagan, MN) with 10 each.
Jill Arendt (Fr.-Plymouth, MN/Wayzata) has been solid in goal all year. Arendt is allowing only 2.08 goals a game while stopping 413 shots for a .910 save percentage.
Finlandia comes into the game with a 3-15-1 record overall record and a 0-7-1 record in their first year in the Northern Collegiate Hockey Association. The Lions have been doubled up on the scoreboard allowing 70 goals this season while only scoring 35.
Danielle Syrowik leads Finlandia with 19 points on eights goals and 11 assists. Sara Sleik is second with 13 points followed by Ashley Leitch with 11.
Lion goaltenders have struggled this year allowing over four goals a game. Corinne Czekaj has played a majority of the minutes in goal allowing 42 goals for a .890 save percentage.
Both games are scheduled to begin at 7:05 p.m.
- JL -