March 7, 1998
HANOVER, N.H. -- Dartmouth College defeated the Providence College Friars, 6-4, on Saturday, March 7 in women's ECAC Quarterfinal Tournament hockey action at Dartmouth's Thompson Arena.
Dartmouth opened the scoring when Sarah Hood poked in a rebound at 4:17 of the first period. PC struck quickly to even the game at 1-1 as Myia Yates lifted in a rebound at the 5:50 mark of the first.
Jen Wiehn slipped a low shot the pads of PC netminder Pilar Christopherson at 1:27 of the second period to give the Big Green a 2-1 lead. The Big Green took control of the game with three consecutive goals by Liz Macri at 5:52, Lauren Trottier at 6:40 and Michelyne Pinard at 7:57. PC netted the final goal of the period when Valerie Bono blasted a shot from the left point past Dartmouth goaltender Meaghan Cahill at the 14:12 mark.
The Big Green extended their lead to 6-2 when Kristina Guarino scored at 10:58 of the third. PC's Jessica Tabb tallied the Friars' third goal with a high wrist shot into the left corner of the net at the 13:44 mark. Corinne Rosen scored PC's final goal at 15:53 of the third.
With the loss, PC finishes the season with an overall mark of 9-21-2.
at Hanover, N.H. Providence (9-21-2) 1 1 2 -- 4 Dartmouth (20-8-1) 1 4 1 -- 6
SCORING/PENALTIES: First Period: D, Sarah Hood (Wendy Soutsos, Michelyne Pinard) 4:17; PC, Myia Yates (Jessica Tabb) 5:50 Penalties: D, Kathleen O'Keefe (cross checking) 7:22.
Second Period: D, Jen Wiehn (Kristina Guarino, O'Keefe) 1:27; D, Liz Macri (Lauren Trottier, Wiehn) 5:52; D, Trottier (Jen Lane) 6:40; D, Pinard (Hood) 7:57; PC, Valerie Bono (Tabb, Katie Lachapelle) 14:12 PP. Penalties: D, Wiehn (interference) 13:24; D, Hood (tripping) 17:38; PC, Myia Yates (holding) 19:20.
Third Period: D, Guarino (Wiehn, Trottier) 10:58; PC, Tabb (Bono, Corinne Rosen) 13:44 PP; PC, Rosen (Catherine Hanson) 15:53. Penalties: PC, Hanson (tripping) 1:19; PC, Yates (hooking) 7:47; D, Kristin Romberg (hooking) 12:03.
SAVES: PC, Pilar Christopherson (57:38) 7-5-9=21; D, Meaghan Cahill (60:00) 5-7-4=16 .
POWER PLAYS: PC 2-4; D 0-3
PENALTIES: PC 3-6; D 4-8
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