HARTFORD, Conn. – Led by Moe Bradley's (Swampscott, Mass.) 30 saves women's hockey extended their recent unbeaten streak to three straight games as the battled NESCAC opponent Trinity College (Conn.) to a 0-0 tie Saturday evening at Koeppel Community Sports Center.
Bradley's 30 stops marked a career-high for the junior netminder as the Beacons now carry a record of 3-6-2 overall. For the host Bantams their record now stands at 2-3-3 following the draw with UMass Boston.
Of the four periods, the Beacons offense outshot the Bantams in three of the periods. In the first UMass Boston totaled nine shots, before facing an onslaught of Bantam shots in the second period.
However Bradley held strong throughout the second as she finished with 14 saves. On the other side of the ice UMass tacked on eight shots of their own. The third period saw the Beacons earn a 7-6 advantage in shots, but with nothing getting past either goalie the game moved into the overtime period.
For the five minutes UMass dominated play outshooting the Bantams 7-3.
On the night both teams went 0-for-3 on the power-play. Emily Howard (Terryville, Conn.) led the Beacons offense with six total shots, followed by Samantha Fallon (Pembroke, Mass.), Alyssa Sullivan (Medford, Mass.), Emily Russell (Marblehead, Mass.), and Alexandra Karlis (Denver, Colo.) who each recorded three shots on goal.
Women's Hockey returns to action on January 2 when they host Stevenson University at 1 p.m. in the first round of the 7th Annual Codfish Bowl Tournament.