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Senior forward Carlee Turner had a goal and two assists for the Wildcats
New Hampshire Rolls Past Franklin Pierce, 6-0
Senior forwards Carlee Turner and Meghara McManus each posted a goal and two assists for the Wildcats

DURHAM, N.H. - The University of New Hampshire women's ice hockey team took down the Franklin Pierce Ravens at the Whittemore Center this Sunday afternoon for the first game of the season. Six different UNH skaters tallied a goal in the 6-0 victory.

Seniors Carlee Turner (Scottsdale, Ariz.), Meghara McManus (Milton, Mass.), and Taylor Wenczkowski (Rochester, N.H.) all contributed one goal and two assists to lead the team with three points each. Wenczkowski kick started the continuous scoring with just under a minute left in the first period, and the Wildcats followed with three goals in the first three minutes of the second period.

The Wildcats return to action in the Whittemore Center Thursday, October 3 at 4 p.m. for a 2-game home series against St. Lawrence. For tickets, visit UNHWildcats.com or call (603) 862-4000.


GAME INFORMATION:

Date: September 29, 2019
Location: Whittemore Center Area - Durham, N.H.
Attendance: 319
Score: UNH 6 (1-0-0) FPU (0-1-0)


Goals:

UNH (6) - Taylor Wenczkowski, Carlee Turner, Nicole Dunbar, Paige Rynne, Meghara McManus, Lauren Martin

FPU (0) -


Assists:

UNH (12) - Tamara Thierus (2), Carlee Turner (2), Meghara McManus (2), Taylor Wenczkowski (2), Grace Middleton, Paige Rynne, Tori Howran, Jada Christian, Talli Warren

FPU (0) -


Goaltenders:

UNH - Ava Boutilier - 4-7-3 - 14 (0 GA) {59:47} (W)

FPU - Emme Ostrander - 12-24-17 - 53 (6 GA) {60:00} (L)


GAME RECAP

- Wildcats were first on the board with 49 seconds left in the first period off a power play goal by Wenczkowski. McManus and Turner both tallied the assists, with Turner slipping it to McManus behind the net who sent it into the slot for Wenczkowski to shoot into the bottom left of the net.

- UNH increased their lead with a flurry of three goals in the first three minutes of the second period. On a power play, Turner shot the puck into the net from the slot off a pass from Wenczkowski. The third goal was netted by senior Nicole Dunbar (Coto de Caza, Calf.) who sent an untouched shot from the blue line. 43 seconds later, junior Paige Rynne (Ancaster, Ontario) finished on a scramble in front of the net.

- The Wildcats scored their fifth unanswered goal at 10:38 into the second period with a goal from McManus. Turner collected a pass from Wenczkowski and delivered the puck across the slot for McManus to fire in.

- Just over nine minutes later, UNH made the score 6-0 with a goal from sophomore Lauren Martin (Cambridge, Ontario). Both freshman Tamara Thierus (Saint-Jerome, Quebec) and Rynne took shots that rebounded off the goalie's pads and landed in the crease, where Martin was positioned to hit it into the back of the net.

- With a scoreless third period, despite 17 shots on net for the Wildcats, the score remained 6-0 and UNH secured the shutout win.


PENALTIES

UNH: 3-6 FPU: 6-12


POWER PLAYS

UNH: 2-6 FPU: 0-3


NEW HAMPSHIRE LEADERS:

Points (3): 3 players
Goals (1): 6 players
Assists (2): 4 players
Shots (11): Carlee Turner
Blocked Shots (1): 2 players
Faceoffs (14): Carlee Turner


OPPONENT LEADERS:

Points (0):
Goals (0):
Assists (0):
Shots (3): 2 players
Blocked Shots (5): Bridgette Prentiss
Faceoffs (9): Marissa Massaro

Game Summary

Sunday, September 29, 2019

0
6
Game statistics
14 Shots 59
0 / 3 Power Plays 2 / 6
6 / 12 PIM 3 / 6
0-1-0 Records 1-0-0
GOAL SCORERS
Franklin Pierce New Hampshire
Taylor Wenczkowski (1)
1st/19:11 PP GW
Carlee Turner (1)
2nd/0:42 PP
Nicole Dunbar (1)
2nd/1:18
Paige Rynne (1)
2nd/2:01
Meghara McManus (1)
2nd/10:38
Lauren Martin (1)
2nd/19:00
GOALTENDERS
Franklin Pierce New Hampshire
Emme Ostrander
60:00, 53 Saves, 6 GA
(L, 0-1-0)
Ava Boutilier
59:47, 14 Saves, 0 GA
(W, 1-0-0)

Empty Net
0:13, 0 GA