Brad E. Schlossman / Forum Communications Co., Published October 03 2010
Women's hockey: Boston U. comes back to split with Sioux womenGRAND FORKS – A day after pulling off one of the program’s landmark victories, the University of North Dakota women’s hockey team was reminded that there’s still some work to do.
Fourth-ranked Boston University handed the Sioux a 6-2 loss Sunday afternoon at Ralph Engelstad Arena in a game where the difference was three shorthanded goals by the Terriers – one of which went into an empty-net to seal the game and a series split.
The Lamoureux twins, who dominated UND’s 5-4 victory on Saturday, connected for a goal in the third period. But Sunday was Boston University’s turn to showcase its superstars.
Jenn Wakefield, a former national player of the year finalist, scored twice and added two assists, while Canadian Olympic hero Marie-Philip Poulin added a pair of goals and an assist of her own.
FIRST PERIOD – 1. UND, Kelsey Ketcher 1 (Megan Gilbert, Ashley Furia) 4:33; 2. BU, Jenn Wakefield 2 (Lauren Cherewyk, Tara Watchorn) 6:11; 3. BU, Jenelle Kohanchuk 1 (Marie-Philip Poulin, Watchorn) 8:18; 4. BU, Wakefield 3 (Jillian Kirchner) 9:36 (sh)
SECOND PERIOD – 5. BU, Poulin 2 (Wakefield) 11:28 (sh)
THIRD PERIOD – 6. UND, Jocelyne Lamoureux 1 (Ketcher, Monique Lamoureux-Kolls) 14:59; 7. BU, Poulin 3 (Carly Warren) 18:02 (sh) (en); 8. BU, Kirchner (Cherewyk, Wakefield) 19:45 (en)
GOALIE SAVES – UND: Jorid Dagfinrud 2-8-5 – 15; BU: Kerrin Sperry 4-5-12 – 21