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Contact: William Sodoma
Date: January 20, 2007
WATERVILLE, Maine --- Colby College’s Laura Anning (Ingramport, Nova Scotia) and Amherst College’s Kate Dennett (Highland Ranch, Colo.) traded third period power play goals as the Mules and the Lord Jeffs settled for a 2-2 tie in New England Small College Athletic Conference women’s hockey Saturday at Alfond Rink.
Colby moves to 5-6-4 overall and 3-4-2 in the league, while Amherst is at 10-4-2 and 6-3-2 in the conference.
With the score tied 1-1, Anning got her 30th career goal in her two years at Colby with a tally at 9:29 of the third period. Dennett, however, got her second goal of the game with just 2:32 remaining to send the game to overtime.
Dennett had the lone goal of the first period off an assist from Rachel Simon (West Orange, N.J.) at 12:36 of the period.
Colby first-year forward Meghan Guay (Falmouth, Maine) scored her first collegiate goal and got her first collegiate point with an unassisted goal at 6:58 of the second period.
Colby goalie Lacey Brown (Freeport, Maine) stopped 28 shots and Amherst keeper Krystyn Elek (Summerville, S.C.) made 25 stops.
Colby 2, Amherst 2
A: Kate Dennett (Rachel Simon), 12:36
C: Meghan Guay, 6:58
C: Laura Anning (Colette Finley), 9:29
A: Kate Dennett (Tarasai Karega, Kirsten Dier), 17:17
Shots: Amherst 30, Colby 27. Goalies: Krystyn Elek (Amherst, 65 minutes, 25 saves); Lacey Brown (Colby, 65 minutes, 28 saves).