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Trinity Women's Ice Hockey Blanks Plymouth State

Olive Scull '23 and the Bantam defense held Plymouth scoreless on just 19 shots
Olive Scull '23 and the Bantam defense held Plymouth scoreless on just 19 shots

Plymouth, N.H. - Junior defender Camille von Steinbergs (Minnetonka, Minn.) had a goal and an assist to lead the visiting Trinity College Bantams to a 3-0 victory over the Plymouth State University Panther in women's ice hockey action this evening.  Trinity improves to 5-3-2 with the win in its fourth game in five days, and extends its unbeaten streak to five games (3-0-2) entering a return to New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) play this weekend with a two-game series at home against Williams College on Friday and Saturday.  The Panthers suffer their fourth loss in a row to fall to 3-9.

The Bantams doubled up the Panthers shooting the puck, 39-18, in the game and, 16-8, in the first period and broke through with the game's first goal by senior defender Taylor Foy (Highlands Ranch, Colo.) from von Steinbergs and sophomore forward Cassidy McNeeley (South Easton, Mass.) with 4:04 left before the first break.  Rookie backstop Stephanie Garvis (Plymouth, Minn.) made eight of her 19 saves in the first 20 minutes.

Trinity sophomore forward Ellie Fellows (Westport, Mass.) won an early faceoff in the second frame, and immediately fed rookie Ethel Wilhelmsson (Stockholm, Sweden) for the game's second goal 1:12 after intermission.  The third goal came on a Bantam power play when junior forward Sierra Lee (Ferguson's Cove, Nova Scotia) and rookie blue liner Claudia Capone (Foxboro, Mass.) assisted von Steinberg's goal with 4:44 left in the second frame.  Garvis improved to 2-0-1 with her first career shutout, while Olivia Petito had 35 stops for the Panthers.  Trinity was 1-for-6 on power plays and killed off all five Plymouth State power plays.