Women’s Ice Hockey Wins Third-Straight, 2-1 Over Salem State

Women’s Ice Hockey Wins Third-Straight, 2-1 Over Salem State

PAWTUCKET, RI – A pair of first-period goals was all the Johnson & Wales University women's ice hockey team needed to record its third victory in a row. The Wildcats defeated Salem State University for the second time in two days in a 2-1 triumph on Saturday.

Records
SSU: 3-14-2, 0-7-1 CHC
JWU: 9-10-3, 3-4-3 CHH

Goaltenders:
SSU: Isabelle Woodward (2-8-1) 33  Saves, 2 Goals
JWU: Kami Weiner (8-10-3), 25  Saves, 1 Goals

Statistical Leaders:
Hannah Tracy (JWU): 1 Goal
Julia Martinsson (JWU): 1 Goal (GW)
Amanda Giles (SSU): 1 Goal

Of Note:
With the victory, the Wildcats won their ninth game of the season – equaling last year's team for the most wins in a season. The three-game winning streak also ties a program record.

Hannah Tracy started the scoring at the 8:06 mark of the opening period off the pass from Kathryn Mason. Tracy has tallied a goal in her last three contests.

With just 10 seconds left in the first frame, Julia Martinsson put back a missed shot for the eventual game-winner. The sophomore has scored at least one point in her last nine games.

It appeared JWU goalie Kami Weiner was going to get a shutout on Senior Night, but the Vikings pulled their goalie to make it a 6-on-3 advantage in the final minute. Amanda Giles ripped a shot from the point to pull the visitors within a goal.

Next Game:
The Wildcats and Vikings play a non-conference game Tuesday at Salem State.