Women's Hockey Weekly Preview

Women's Hockey Weekly Preview

This Week: The Trinity College women's hockey team enters the week with an 8-9-3 record after picking up a pair of ties versus New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) foe and No. 10-ranked Williams last weekend. This weekend, the Bantams return to the ice for their annual home-away series with in-state conference rival Wesleyan University. 

Trinity (8-9-3) at Wesleyan (6-12-1)
Saturday, Feb. 9, 2019 at 7:00 p.m.
Spurrier-Snyder Rink
Middletown, Connecticut
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Trinity (8-9-3) v. Wesleyan (6-12-1)
Sunday, Feb. 10, 2019 at 4:00 p.m.
Williams Rink at the Koeppel Community Center
Hartford, Connecticut
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Wesleyan All-Time Series History: Trinity is 24-10-4 all-time against the Cardinals since the first-ever meeting in 1998-99.

Recent history versus the Cardinals: Trinity went 2-0 in last year's series, outscoring the Cardinals by a 5-1 count. 

Game Notes:

- Junior goalie Kai-Lilly Karpman totaled 71 saves in a pair of ties against Williams. She made 40 stops in a scoreless stalemate on Friday, including 35 in the first two periods. On Saturday, Karpman finished with 31 saves and did not allow a goal over the last 50 minutes. She finished with a .959 save percentage and a 1.39 goals against average for the weekend and is is second in the NESCAC with 485 saves.   

- First-year Caelin Flaherty and sophomore Sierra Lee lead the team with 13 points apiece (T10th in NESCAC). Flaherty leads the squad with seven goals (T7th in NESCAC), three of which came as game-winners (T4th in NESCAC), while she is also the second-highest scoring rookie in the conference this winter (0.68 ppg). Her and Lee are also tied for the league-lead in short-handed points (2).  

- Sophomore Julia Lee is tied for fifth in the NESCAC in assist scoring with a team-high 11 assists on the year. She is also tied for third in the league in blue-liner scoring (0.55 ppg). 

- First-year Katie Marsden is third on the team with 12 points on six goals and six assists. Marsden is tied for 13th in the league in goal scoring and leads the team with five power play points including three power play goals (T6th in NESCAC). She is also third in the conference in first-year scoring. 

- Angelica Mushenko scored her third goal of the season in thrilling fashion to help lead the Bantams to a 3-3 tie versus No. 10-ranked Williams. Mushenko scored with just 37 seconds left to force overtime. Sophomore Camille von Steinbergs potted her first career goal earlier in the game to ignite the team's comeback from down 3-0. Both Mushenko and von Steinbergs have tallied five points each thus far.