Commissioners Club
Weekly Honorees: Taylor Wenczkowski, Alina Mueller and Corinne Schroeder
Weekly Release: #3 Northeastern Enjoys Historic Weekend Over #5 Clarkson
New Hampshire Tops #10 Boston College, Vermont Wins at #7 Providence


#3 Northeastern went 1-0-1 in a historic weekend that saw the Huskies claim the first-ever win for an NCAA women's ice hockey team on European soil. Northeastern and Clarkson dueled in the inaugural two-game Friendship Series in Belfast, Northern Ireland. Kasidy Anderson (Shaker Heights, Ohio) scored three goals, including two goals on Sunday as the Huskies prevailed, 3-1.

Vermont captured its fourth win in league play with a 5-4 overtime thriller at #7 Providence on Saturday. Ali O'Leary (Reading, Mass.) scored with 2:31 left in overtime to life the Catamounts over the Friars. The win marked Vermont's first victory against a top-10 opponent since Jan. 12, 2018 and the Catamounts have now scored at least four goals in three of their last four outings. New Hampshire remained unbeaten in its last eight games with a 3-2 win over

#10 Boston College on Saturday. Entering the third period trailing 2-1, Taylor Wenczkowski (Rochester, N.H.) scored two goals to lift the Wildcats to victory, the team's first win after facing a deficit entering the final frame this season. Boston University went 1-1-0 on the road at Maine last weekend, thanks in part to the goaltending of Hockey East Defensive Player of the Week Corinne Schroeder (Elm Creek, Man.). The sophomore stopped all 20 shots she saw in Sunday's 3-0 win and allowed just one goal in 1-0 setback on Friday, stopping 21 of 22 that day.

UConn swept Holy Cross in a two-game series, outscoring the Crusaders 10-6 in the home-and-home set. For the Crusaders, the six goals were the most across a two-game span this year. Rachel Moore (Falmouth, Mass.) racked up five points in the two games against the Huskies, netting three goals and dishing out two assists. She set a single-game career-high of three points (1g, 2a) on the road at UConn on Friday.



Taylor Wenczkowski - New Hampshire

Taylor Wenczkowski (Jr., F; Rochester, N.H.) netted two of New Hampshire's three strikes in a 3-2 victory over #10 Boston College, both coming in the third period to help the Wildcats come back from a third-period deficit for the first time this season. She scored a power-play goal to tie the game and put a shot into the back of the net on a delayed penalty to tally the game-winning strike.



Alina Mueller - Northeastern

Alina Mueller (Fr., F; Winterthur, Switzerland) registered three points (1g, 2a) in two games in Belfast, Northern Ireland, including the game-winning goal in Sunday's historic 3-1 win over #5 Clarkson, the first-ever win for an NCAA women's hockey team on European soil.



Corinne Schroeder - Boston University

Corinne Schroeder (So., G; Elm Creek, Man.) proved key to the Terriers 1-1-0 mark last weekend at Maine, with her highlight performance coming on Sunday when she stopped all 20 shots she saw in a 3-0 victory. The sophomore allowed just one goal on Saturday in a 1-0 setback, making 21 saves. She led the league with a .976 save percentage and a 0.51 goalsagainst average this weekend. She was also named Hockey East Goaltender of the Month last week, posting a 3-0-1 record in December.


Lindsay Agnew, BC (Jr., F; Oakville, Ont.) Netted her second short-handed goal of the year at UNH on Saturday, finishing the game with two shots on goal, two blocked shots, and a face-off win. She set a new career-high in goals (6) and points (14) in that outing.

Megan Keller, BC (Sr., D; Farmington Hills, Mich.) Picked up a primary assist at UNH on Saturday and now has points in 16 of 20 games played this season. She fired three shots on net and blocked two shots.

Jesse Compher, BU (So., F; Northbrook, Ill.) Scored a goal and added an assist in a 3-0 win at Maine on Sunday.

Kaleigh Donnelly, BU (Fr., F: Wellesley, Mass.) Recorded a career-high with two assists, each coming as a primary helper, in a 3-0 victory at Maine on Sunday.

Rachel Moore, HC (Jr., F; Falmouth, Mass.) Racked up five points in two games ag ainst UConn last weekend, netting three goals and dishing out two assists. She set a single-game career-high of three points (1g, 2a) on the road at UConn on Friday.

Julie Matthias, HC (Sr., F; Thornton, Colo.) Posted four points in the pair of lo sses to UConn, scoring twice and chipping in with two assists. She factored in on all three of the Crusaders' goals on Friday.

Carlier Magier, HC (Fr., F: Allen Park, Mich.) Currently tied for the team lead i n goals (5), Magier recorded three assists over two games against UConn and now has four helpers and nine points on the year.

Kyra Smith, UNH (Sr., G; Littleton, Colo.) Stopped 23 of 25 shots from #10 Bos ton College to improve to 6-4-2 on the year, including a 6-0-2 record in her last eight starts, helping UNH to a run of eight unbeaten games in a row.

Kasidy Anderson, NU (Sr., F; Shaker Heights, Ohio) Scored three goals during the Friendship Series in Belfast, Northern Ireland to lead #3 Northeastern to a 1-0-1 record against #5 Clarkson in the first-ever NCAA women's games to be played outside of North America. She lit the lamp in Saturday's 3-3 tie and then potted two goals on Sunday as the Huskies prevailed 3-1.

Skylar Fontaine, NU (So., D; East Greenwich, Rhode Island) Scored a goal and added an assist in the Huskies' 1-0-1 weekend against Clarkson in Belfast, Northern Ireland and was named Player of the Game for Northeastern on Saturday. Fontaine scored the first of three Huskies' goals within 35 seconds in Saturday's 3-3 stalemate and set up Mueller's game-winning goal in the third period of Sunday morning's victory.