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Contact: William Sodoma
Date: January 3, 2010
SOUTH BURLINGTON, Vt. – Kaitlyn Conway scored the tying goal with 4:10 left in regulation as the Colby College women's hockey team scored the lone goal of the third period to forge a 3-3 overtime tie with Chatham University on Sunday in the Saint Michael's Holiday Classic.
The Mules stand at 2-4-4 overall, while Chatham is 1-8-2.
Conway got things started in the opening period when she netted a puck from first-year Meghan Tedoldi and junior Stephanie Scarpato at 4:48. The Mules had 12 shots in the first period in taking the 1-0 lead into intermission.
The Cougars came out fast and scored just 1:27 into the second period on a goal by Dawson Bancroft-Short. However, Colby went up 2-1 when Scarpato tallied one minute later off a pass from first-year Caroline Chessare. Chatham took a 3-2 lead after two periods when Bancroft-Short scored again at 13:51 and Sara Forbes gave the Cougars the lead at 15:58.
Chatham went the first 15 minutes of the third period with the 3-2 margin only to see Conway score again off more assists for Scarpato and Tedoldi.
Loni Pisani stopped 27 shots for Colby, while Cougar keeper Allie Frank was credited with 32 stops.
Colby 3, Chatham 3, OT
Colby 1 1 1 0 --3
Chatham 0 3 0 0 --3
First period: Scoring: 1. COL, Conway (Scarpato), 4:48.
Second period: Scoring: 1. CHT, Bancroft-Short (Forbes, McNaughton), 1:27; 2. COL, Scarpato (Chessare), 2:27; 2. CHT, Bancroft-Short (Smith), 13:51; 3. CHT, Forbes (Smith), 15:58.
Third period: Scoring: 3. COL, Conway (Scarpato, Tedoldi), 15:50
Time Out: CHT, 18:13.
Overtime: Scoring: No scoring.
Shots: COL (12 - 12 - 6 - 5 - x), CHT (8 - 12 - 7 - 3 - x). Saves: COL, Pisani (30 shots, 27 saves); CHT, Frank (35 shots, 32 saves).