You should come to the game tomorrow night
In Friday Night's game, the Yale Bulldogs submit to almost complete domination by the Lady Golden Knights. With a final score of 4-1, the ladies pull for their 9th win in their season for an overall standing 3rd in ECAC, and third in the nation.
Tonight, at Yale, the men of the Clarkson Golden Knights recorded their first win of the season in their first game of ECAC Play. With Greg Lewis in the goal, he faced 27 shots on goal and let none of them in for a "Friday Night Where Yale Can't Score!" shut out. The only goal of the game was scored by Junior Forward Jarrett Burton for a total of 5 goals this season. This is the kind of win that Clarkson needs and now sets them in the right mind set for crushing Brown tomorrow.
This past weekend, the Clarkson Golden Knights, lead by Ben Sexton, tied both of their games this weekend in overtime against Canisius College. Trailing at the end of the third period, down by one, the gentlemen were able to pull a goal to even the score. The Canisius team then scored a goal with less than a minute remaining in the third period. But with 28.7 seconds to spare, Clarkson once again evened the score where it was held during overtime. Andrew Hunt made his fist appearance as a Golden Knight this weekend and took on 39 shots.
Congratulations to Patrick Marsh, Pat Megannety, and Ben Sexton.
The second game of the weekend series was also against Canisius. This time, Lewis was back in the net and the knights eager to take home their first W of the season. It eluded us again as we skated to our third tie of the season. The only goals of the game were scored by Jarrett Burton. The knights were out shot this game, but Lewis kept his cool and kept the tie going for the final 25 minutes of play.
This weekend (10-26 and 10-27 2012) the Lady Golden Knights took home two wins, first against Union College and their second game against RPI.
Erica Howe showed those Union Dutchwomen up by giving Clarkson another shutout, 6-0. All of our goals were scored by different knights and with just about everyone getting an assist. Those goals being scored by Shelby Nisbet (13), Olivia Howe (16), Danielle Skirrow (28), Christine Lambert (22), Carly Mercer (19), and Brittany Styner (10). The game was full of some intense footwork, numerous shots on goal, and more than spectacular teamwork.
The RPI game was a little more rough than what we have seen so far this season, with many questionable hits and trips that we don't normally see. Unfortuneately, this game the ladies were not able to reenact the game from last year (10-0 with RPI leaving Cheel crying), but they were able to pull another 6 goals against RPI's 2. The goals were scored by Oliva Howe (16), Danielle Skirrow (28), Daniella Matteucci (17), Shannon MacAulay (24), Carly Mercer (19), and Erin Ambrose (23).
So this brings our ladies up to a beautiful position of being ranked fourth in the nation, 7-1-0 overall and 2-0-0 ECAC. Good job ladies, keep up the good work.
LET'S GO TECH!
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This was the headline of the night for Clarkson as they battled back from an 0-2 deficit and scored 3 goals in 3:30 in the 3rd period. Freeman, DeFazio, and Matt Beca were the goal-scorers for the Knights, who could not seem to hold onto the victory, allowing the 3rd Alabama goal with just under a minute left in regulation. The game ultimately ended in a tie, with no action in the overtime session.