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Two Against Lake Forest this Weekend For Women's Hockey
Posted: Thursday, December 1, 2005
EAU CLAIRE - The 2-5-0 UW-Eau Claire women's hockey team faces the top team in the Northern Collegiate Hockey Association (NCHA) in Lake Forest this weekend as the two teams battle it out Saturday and Sunday.
The Blugolds are 0-2-0 in the NCHA and find themselves last in the standings. The season has consisted of a five-game losing streak book ended by wins. Eau Claire beat Bethel College before losing to St. Mary's, St. Olaf twice by the same score, and UW-River Falls twice. The team's last game was a victory over Augsburg.
Lauren Havard (Fr.-San Angelo, TX/Arapahoe) leads all Blugolds in points with 10 on six goals and four assists. Martina Korinek (Jr.-White Bear Lake, MN) follows up with seven points, five of them being on assists and the rest on goals.
Goalie Jill Arendt (So.-Plymouth, MN/Wayzata) has a .882 save percentage in five games. She allowed an average of 2.83 goals per contest. Heather Prochaska (So.-Madison/East) has seen action in two games and posts a .842 save percentage while allowing 3.05 goals per game.
Lake Forest is tied for the lead in the NCHA with River Falls at four points. The Foresters are 8-1-0 overall and 2-0-0 in the NCHA. The lone loss was to Gustavus Adolphus. Victories came over Chatham, Buffalo State, Augsburg twice, Finlandia twice, Hamline and Concordia. The team has allowed two goals all year in NCHA play. Laura Wilson leads the Forester charge with 15 points. There are four others with double digit point totals.
Eau Claire is 9-7-2 in all games ever played against Lake Forest. Eau Claire won one last season while the other event was a tie.
Games are this Saturday and Sunday at 2:00 p.m. in Hobbs Ice Center.