New Hampshire And Rensselaer Tie Again, 1-1
Senior defenseman Amy Schlagel scores goal for Wildcats

Senior defenseman Amy Schlagel scored a goal for the Wildcats
Prd Time  Team Score Type Scored By Assists
3rd 9:49  UNH1-0 PP Amy Schlagel (5)Tori Howran/8, Nicole Dunbar/5
3rd 12:38  REN1-1 EV GT Blake Orosz (1)Morgan Ondrick/1, Megan Hayes/2
Scoring 1st 2nd 3rd OT Final
New Hampshire  00101
Rensselaer  00101
Shots on Goal 1st 2nd 3rd OT SOG
New Hampshire  41015130
Rensselaer  9513229
Team Stats and Records  PP PIM SHGF
New Hampshire (6-3-5)  1/7 4/8 0
Rensselaer (4-6-4)  0/4 7/14 0
New Hampshire Goaltending MIN GA 1 2 3 OT Saves
Ava Boutilier (T, 6-3-5)64:541 9512228
Empty Net0:060      
Rensselaer Goaltending MIN GA 1 2 3 OT Saves
Kira Bombay (T, 0-0-1)64:361 41014129
Empty Net0:240      

TROY, N.Y. - For the second straight afternoon, the University of New Hampshire women's hockey team tied with the Rensselaer Engineers 1-1. The difference in this game was the third period, as neither team was able to get on the scoresheet in the first two periods.

Senior defenseman Amy Schlagel (Blaine, Minn.) tallied her fifth goal of the season, assisted by Tori Howran (Bancroft, Ontario) and Nicole Dunbar (Coto de Caza, Calif.). It was Howran's team-leading eighth of the season and Dunbar's fifth.

Freshman goaltender Ava Boutilier (Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island) is now 6-3-5 after stopping 28 saves and allowing only one goal.

UP NEXT: The Wildcats continue their road trip this week traveling to #10 Providence on Wednesday evening for a 7 P.M. puck drop and then on Saturday, Nov. 25 they travel to Cambridge, Mass. to face Harvard on NESN at 4 P.M. The Wildcats return home to host Northeastern on Friday, Dec. 1 at 7 P.M.


Date: Nov. 19, 2017
Location: Houston Field House - Troy, N.Y.
Attendance: 114
Score: UNH 1 (6-3-5) RPI 1 (4-6-4)


UNH (1) - Amy Schlagel
RPI (1) - Blake Orosz


UNH (2) - Tori Howran, Nicole Dunbar
RPI (2) - Morgan Ondrick, Megan Hayes


Ava Boutilier - 9-5-12-2 - 28 (1 GA) {64:54} (T)
Kira Bombay - 4-10-14-1 - 29 (1 GA) {64:36} (T)


- Neither team was able to score in the first two periods.

- New Hampshire had a total of six power plays on the afternoon, three in the first two periods, only managing two shots on goal.

- RPI started the game outshooting the 'Cats 9-4 but UNH answered back with a 10-5 effort in the second.

- In the third period, New Hampshire outshot Rensselaer by a slight 15-13 margin.

- New Hampshire got on the board first with Schlagel's power play goal, which came off a rebound of her own shot; the initial pass was from Dunbar, the shot rebound went to Howran, who passed it back to Schlagel just behind the right faceoff circle and put the puck away with a slapshot to break the tie.

- Rensselaer responded in just under three minutes, getting the puck behind the UNH net, passing to the front of the net and finding a lane through Boutilier's pads for the game-tying goal.

- Both teams had a power play in overtime, but neither could capitalize with Bombay making one save for RPI and Boutilier making 2 saves for UNH.


UNH: 4-8 RPI: 7-14


UNH: 1-6 RPI: 0-4


Points (1): 3 players
Goals (1): Amy Schlagel
Assists (1): Tori Howran, Nicole Dunbar
Shots (9): Nicole Dunbar
Blocked Shots (2): 3 players
Faceoffs (10): Meghara McManus


Points (1): 3 players
Goals (1): Blake Orosz
Assists (1): Morgan Ondrick, Megan Hayes
Shots (6): Blake Orosz, Makenna Thomas
Blocked Shots (6): Amanda Kimmer
Faceoffs (23): Shayna Tomlinson