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Contact: William Sodoma
Date: November 21, 2009
BOSTON, Mass. --- Nick Kondiles had the first points of his collegiate career with three assists for the Colby College men's hockey team, but University of Massachusetts at Boston got off to a 4-1 lead and held on for a 4-3 victory Saturday.
Michael Smigelski, another first-year player, scored the first two goals of his collegiate career for the Mules (0-2).
Colby fell behind 2-0 before Wil Hartigan tallied at 15:36 of the opening period on a power play off assists from Kondiles and Dan Nelson. The Beacons scored with just 1:10 to play in the first period for a 3-1 lead at the break.
After UMB went up 4-1 at 7:02 of the second period, Smigelski got his first goal from Kondiles and the first collegiate assist from Cory McGrath at 8:51. The same combination for Colby got the team's final goal with 3:12 left in the game.
UMass-Boston 4, Colby 3
UMB: Vinnie Jacona, 10:33
UMB: Chris Wyman (Ryan Crisculo, Bryan Albert), 12:11, PP
C: Wil Hartigan (Nick Kondiles, Dan Nelson), 15:36, PP
UMB: Matt Atsoff (Brett Calhoun, Gentry Zollars), 18:50, PP
UMB: Andrew Burke (Brett Calhoun, David Lun), 7:02
C: Michael Smigelski (Nick Kondiles, Cory McGrath), 8:51, PP
C: Michael Smigelski (Cory McGrath, Nick Kondiles), 16:48
Shots: Colby 25, UMB 27. Goalies: Cody McKinney (Colby, 59:12, 4 GA, 23 saves); Ryan Donovan (UMB, 60:00, 3 GA, 22 saves).