Maine Defeated By Dartmouth, 4-0

Maine senior forward Emilie Brigham (pictured)
Prd Time  Team Score Type Scored By Assists
1st 8:46  DAR1-0 EV GW Brooke Ahbe (1)Eleni Tebano/1, Christina Rombaut/2
2nd 7:56  DAR2-0 EV Rose Falzone (2) -
2nd 12:28  DAR3-0 EV Bailee Brekke (1)Caroline Shaunessy/1
3rd 14:59  DAR4-0 PP Christina Rombaut (2)Mackenzie St. Onge/1
Scoring 1st 2nd 3rd Final
Dartmouth  1214
Maine  0000
Shots on Goal 1st 2nd 3rd SOG
Dartmouth  1361534
Maine  1310831
Team Stats and Records  PP PIM SHGF
Dartmouth (2-5-0)  1/5 4/8 0
Maine (3-12-1)  0/1 7/14 0
Dartmouth Goaltending MIN GA 1 2 3 Saves
Robyn Chemago (W, 2-3-0)60:000 1310831
Maine Goaltending MIN GA 1 2 3 Saves
Carly Jackson (L, 2-11-1)60:004 1241430

ORONO, Maine - The Black Bears and Dartmouth Big Green faced off in a non-conference battle Monday evening, where the Big Green took game one of the two-game series 4-0 on a 31 save effort from Senior Goaltender Robyn Chemango.

The first period saw Dartmouth and Maine both with 13 shots on goal in the period, although the momentum was all in Dartmouth's favor as they spent a majority of the period in the Maine zone; their lone goal in the period came from Brooke Ahbe, assistedf by Eleni Tebano and Christina Rombaut, to give Dartmouth a 1-0 lead 8:46 into the period. The period would end with the 1-0 score after Dartmouth had 2 power play opportunities that they couldn't capitalize on; Maine had 1 in the period.

In the second period Maine led in shots 10-6 over Dartmouth, but were still unable to convert on any scoring chances. Dartmouth goals came 7:56 in the period from Rose Falzone, and 12:28 into the period from Bailee Brekke. Dartmouth led 3-0 after 2 periods.

The third period saw Dartmouth in control once again, outshooting Maine 15-8 and having 2 power play opportunities, one that they would capitalize on as Christina Rombaut put one over Carly Jackson's shoulder into the top of the net 14:59 into the period, sealing the game with the final insurance goal, 4-0.

Robyn Chemango stopped all 31 Maine shots for her 2nd win of the season, her record now 2-3-0. Carly Jackson for Maine was able to stop 30 shots of Dartmouth's 34, including 14 in the final period in an attempt to keep the game managable for her offense; her record is now 2-11-1.

The two teams will go back at it Tuesday night at 7pm at Alfond Arena.