MARLBOROUGH, Mass. –The Johnson & Wales University women's ice hockey team's first-period lead was too much for Anna Maria College to come back from. The Wildcats picked up a 6-0 road win against the AMCATS.
Anna Maria: 1-12
Johnson & Wales: 5-12-3
AMC: Gabrielle Ohanesian (L 1-12) – 64 saves
JWU: Taylor Duquette (W 1-2) – 10 Saves
JWU: Caitlin Sweet – 2 goals
JWU: Victoria Perez – 2 assists
Johnson & Wales had a fast start and finish to the first period. Kathryn Mason scored just 79 seconds into the game.
Samantha Kawejsza scored for the third game in a row when she lit the lamp at the 9:59 mark of the second period.
JWU peppered AMC goalie Gabrielle Ohanesian with a season-high 66 shots, the second-highest total in school history.
Goaltender Taylor Duquette turned away all 13 shots she faced to record her first collegiate shutout.
JWU returns to the ice Sunday when it travels to Plymouth State for a 6:30 pm puck drop that was rescheduled from Friday.