MIDDLETOWN, CONNECTICUT – Looking to follow up from last night's 3-1 victory against the Cardinals, the Ephs returned to Spurrier Snyder rink Sunday to complete their series against conference foe Wesleyan. Though the Williams College Women's Hockey team remained determined and fought hard throughout the entire game, they were unable to come back from a 5-0 deficit secured in the 3rd period by 2 Cardinal goals. The Ephs (1-1-0) started off the season by tying their opening series against Wesleyan (1-1-0).
Despite determined offensive play by the Ephs, Wesleyan goalie Laura Corcoran (Oakville, ONT) stayed strong throughout the remainder of the game and finished with a shut-out, leaving the score finalized a 5-0.
Corcoran made a total of 28 bids, while Draper made a total of 24 save and Cleroux made 1.
"We will continue to work on getting to know each other as a team over the next two weeks of practice. In particular we will continue to help integrate the first years into a team so that we can work as a cohesive unit. We are looking forward to our home opener after Thanksgiving," commented Coach Gillis.
The Ephs will face off against Utica at home on November 29th.