Frankel Backstops Northeastern To 4-0 Win Over Vermont
Freshman goaltender Aerin Frankel makes 34 saves for Huskies

Freshman goaltender Aerin Frankel made 39 saves for the Huskies
Prd Time  Team Score Type Scored By Assists
1st 15:12  NOE1-0 EV GW Veronika Pettey (9)Tori Sullivan/11
1st 19:36  NOE2-0 EV Taytum Clairmont (8)Codie Cross/12, Shelby Herrington/6
2nd 7:38  NOE3-0 PP Kasidy Anderson (12)Veronika Pettey/17, Taytum Clairmont/9
3rd 19:33  NOE4-0 SH EN McKenna Brand (13) -
Scoring 1st 2nd 3rd Final
Vermont  0000
Northeastern  2114
Shots on Goal 1st 2nd 3rd SOG
Vermont  1381334
Northeastern  159428
Team Stats and Records  PP PIM SHGF
Vermont (10-18-5)  0/4 2/4 0
Northeastern (15-15-3)  1/2 4/8 1
Vermont Goaltending MIN GA 1 2 3 Saves
Sydney Scobee (L, 9-13-4)59:403 138324
Empty Net0:201     
Northeastern Goaltending MIN GA 1 2 3 Saves
Aerin Frankel (W, 6-6-2)59:320 1381334
Empty Net0:280     

BOSTON - Freshman Aerin Frankel pitched a 34-save shutout, while senior Taytum Clairmont and freshman Veronika Pettey each chipped in a goal and an assist as the Northeastern women's hockey team (15-15-3, 11-10-2 WHEA) celebrated Senior Day in style with a 4-0 triumph over Vermont (10-18-5, 7-13-4 WHEA) on Friday at Matthews Arena.

Junior Kasidy Anderson provided a power-play goal and senior McKenna Brand added a shorthanded, empty-netter to help the Huskies close out their regular-season home schedule on a winning note.

Frankel stopped 13 shots in the first period, eight in the second stanza, and 13 more in the third as Vermont held a 34-28 advantage in attempts on goal. The Briarcliff Manor, New York, native now has three shutouts in her rookie season.

Pettey was credited with the game-winning goal late in the first period when she sniped the top right corner from the right faceoff dot following a turnover caused by Tori Sullivan in the neutral zone.

The Huskies will be back in action on Sunday in the regular season finale at Providence at 2 p.m. Northeastern currently occupies the fourth and final home-ice slot for the WHEA playoffs, one point ahead of the New Hampshire Wildcats.