Forum staff reports, Published October 10 2010
Women's hockey: Lamoureux twins pace Sioux over top-ranked BulldogsGRAND FORKS, N.D. – The University of North Dakota women's hockey team defeated top-ranked Minnesota-Duluth 4-2 in Western Conference Hockey Association action Sunday at Ralph Engelstad Arena before 1,459 fans.
The Sioux rebounded from a 4-0 loss on Friday to split its second consecutive series against higher-ranked opponents to open the season.
Twins Jocelyn and Monique Lamoureux each tallied a goal and an assist for the Sioux (2-2-0, 1-1-0 WCHA).
FIRST PERIOD: 1, UND, J. Lamoureux (Molle), 0:24. 2, UMD, Irwin (Holmlov, Larocque), 8:42.
SECOND PERIOD: 3, UND, Parizek (M. Lamoureux, Wiebe), 13:46 (pp). 4, UND, Dagenais (Wiebe, Furia), 16:15.
THIRD PERIOD: 5, UND, M. Lamoureux (J. Lamoureux), 8:49 (pp). 6, UMD, Thibault (Larocque, Wong), 12:57 (pp).
SAVES: UMD, Martin 4-7-4–15. UND, Ney 9-11-10–30.