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Sophomore defenseman Emily Rickwood scored a goal for the Wildcats
New Hampshire Falls To St. Lawrence, 4-1

DURHAM, N.H. - The University of New Hampshire women's ice hockey team fell to St. Lawrence University by a score of 4-1 on Thursday afternoon.

After a scoreless first period, the Saints pulled out to a 2-0 lead in the second, and 3-0 by the end of the third period. UNH's late goal came from sophomore Emily Rickwood (Brantford, Ontario) on a power play with the goaltender pulled. It was the first goal of Rickwood's career after tallying 11 assists her rookie season.

The Wildcats and the Saints face off again on Friday afternoon; puck drop is scheduled for 12 P.M. on CBS CollegeSportsLive.


GAME INFORMATION:

Date: October 3, 2019
Location: Whittemore Center Arena - Durham, N.H.
Attendance: 202
Score: St. Lawrence (1-2-0) UNH (1-1-0)

Goals:
UNH (1) - Emily Rickwood
SLU (4) - Rachel Teslak, Anna Segedi (3)

Assists:
UNH (2) - Tori Howran, Taylor Wenczkowski
SLU (6) - Shailynn Snow (2), Brittney Gout, Kayla Vespa (2), Rachel Teslak

Goaltenders:
Ava Boutilier - 9-9-6 - 24 (3 GA) {58:19} (L)
Caitlin Whitehead - 6-3-14 - 23 (1 GA) {59:55} (W)


GAME RECAP

- No goals were scored in the first period with St. Lawrence leading in shots 9-6. UNH killed off one powerplay in the period, allowing only one shot while down a player.

- St. Lawrence tallied the first goal of the game 1:22 into the second period on a powerplay. Brittany Gout sent a short pass in the neutral zone to Shailynn Snow who followed with a shot that was blocked. Rachel Teslak took that blocked shot and tried to put it on net; her initial shot was saved but she then proceeded to score off her own rebound sending the puck into the right lower side of the net.

- Teslak also assisted on a goal 18:31 into the period; as she was heading back to the bench, she sent a puck into the offensive zone and Anna Segedi tipped it to Kayla Vespa. Vespa carried the puck to the front of the net and then passed to the right of the net at the last second for Segedi to finish.

-Seconds into the third period, Segedi scored her second goal of the game making the score 3-0. Snow skated up to the net and took a shot that was saved. There was a scrum in front of the net where the rebound bounced off of Vespa to Segedi who got ahold of the puck and scored.

- New Hampshire's first and only goal of the game was scored with 1:35 left in the third period. Tori Howran (Bancroft, Ontario) took a shot that was saved and rebounded to the right side of SLU goaltender Caitlin Whitehead. Emily Rickwood collected the rebound and was able to beat Whitehead before she could reposition.

- On the following faceoff the Wildcats once again tried to pull the goaltender but a turnover in the neutral zone found Segedi, sending the puck into the empty net from beyond the blue line.


PENALTIES

UNH: 2-4 SLU: 2-4


POWER PLAYS

UNH: 1-2 SLU: 1-2


NEW HAMPSHIRE LEADERS:

Points (1): Three players
Goals (1): Emily Rickwood
Assists (1): Tori Howran, Taylor Wenczkowksi
Shots (6): Taylor Wenczkowski
Blocked Shots (3): Rae Breton
Faceoffs (8): Carlee Turner


ST. LAWRENCE LEADERS:

Points (3): Anna Segedi
Goals (3): Anna Segedi
Assists (2): Kayla Vespa, Rachel Teslak
Shots (5): Shailynn Snow
Blocked Shots (3): Maggie McLaughlin
Faceoffs (4): Kayla Vepsa

Game Summary

Thursday, October 3, 2019

4
1
Game statistics
28 Shots 24
1 / 2 Power Plays 1 / 2
2 / 4 PIM 2 / 4
1-2-0 Records 1-1-0
GOAL SCORERS
St. Lawrence New Hampshire
Rachel Teslak (1)
2nd/1:21 PP
Anna Segedi (1)
2nd/18:31  GW
Anna Segedi (2)
3rd/8:50
Emily Rickwood (1)
3rd/18:25 PP EA
Anna Segedi (3)
3rd/18:34  EN
GOALTENDERS
St. Lawrence New Hampshire
Caitlin Whitehead
59:55, 23 Saves, 1 GA
(W, 1-0-0)

Empty Net
0:05, 0 GA
Ava Boutilier
58:15, 24 Saves, 3 GA
(L, 1-1-0)

Empty Net
1:45, 1 GA