Millar's Hat Trick Leads JWU To 10-1 Win Over Daniel Webster

Millar's Hat Trick Leads JWU To 10-1 Win Over Daniel Webster

PAWTUCKET, RI – After history was made Friday night with the first win in program history, the Johnson & Wales University women's ice hockey team set more milestones Saturday. Powered by the first hat trick in school history from Madisan Millar, the Wildcats defeated Daniel Webster, 10-1.

Johnson & Wales: 2-14, 2-6 CHC
Daniel Webster: 0-14, 0-8 CHC

JWU: Kami Weiner: 16 Saves, 1 Goal, 2-14 Record
DWC: Taylor Dill: 42 Saves, 10 Goals, 0-14 Record

JWU Statistical Leaders:
Madisan Millar: 3 Goals
Summer Britton: 2 Goals, 4 Assists
Molly Gray: 2 Goals, 2 Assists 

The Lead:
In the two games against Daniel Webster, the Wildcats have doubled their entire goal production from the rest of the season. Johnson & Wales scored a pair of goals in the first period then broke the game open with six scores in the second period.

Of Note:
Going into Saturday's game, Millar (Anchorage, Alaska) had not scored a goal. Not only did she get her first collegiate score, she also recorded the Wildcats' first hat trick. Millar scored twice in the second period then tallied the last goal of the game.

Topping the Wildcats with six points, two goals and four assists, was forward Summer Britton (Fairbanks, Alaska). She scored the eventual game-winning goal in the first period when she took the pass from Chelsey Shaw (Dover, NH) and snapped a wrist shot from outside the faceoff circle.

In addition to Millar, Casey Chodkowski (Somerset, Mass.) tallied her first collegiate score. She produced the third goal of the game by putting back the rebound from Molly Gray's (Bozeman, Mont.) shot. Gray and Victoria Perez (Livonia, Mich.) were second on the team with four points. Gray had two goals and two assists while Perez notched a goal and three assists.

All nine skaters recorded at least one point with eight of the nine tallying two or more points.

Up Next:
The Wildcats go on the road next Friday to take on New England College at 4 p.m.