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Contact: William Sodoma
Date: January 3, 2008
WATERVILLE, Maine --- Kristen Grossman (Golden Valley, Minn.) scored the tying and then the game-winning goal to lift the University of St.. Thomas to a 4-2 win over Colby College in non-conference women's hockey Thursday at Alfond Rink.
Grossman scored at 7:08 of the second period to tie the game at 2-2 and then tallied at 7:12 of the third period for the game-winning goal. St. Thomas (9-2) got an insurance goal from Jill Kobow (Coon Rapids, Minn.) at 12:13 of the third period.
The Tommies went ahead 1-0 on a power play goal by Jenny Schnaible (Burnsville, Minn.) at 4:52 of the first period. However, Colby (2-3-2) tied the game at 1-1 after one period when Becky Julian (South Windsor, Conn.) scored with just 1:34 left to intermission.
The Mules went ahead for the only time of the night when Amanda Comeau (Southbury, Conn.) scored on the power play at 5:37 of the second period.
Lauren Bradel (Bemidji, Minn.) had 27 saves for St. Thomas, while Genevieve Triganne (Pointe-Claire, Quebec) stopped 33 shots for Colby.
St. Thomas 4, Colby 2
St. Thomas 1#1#2---4
ST (PP): Jenny Schnaible (Jackie Carroll), 4:52
C: Becky Julian (Elissa Kurtz), 18:26
C (PP): Amanda Comeau (Stephanie Scarpato, Marissa Mullane), 5:37
ST: Kristen Grossman (Kara Ledel, Jamie Hollway), 7:08
ST: Kristen Grossman (Kelley Fallen), 7:12
ST: Jill Kobow (Jackie Carroll, Ashley Reinhardt), 12:13
Shots: St. Thomas 37, Colby 29. Goalies: Lauren Bradel (St. Thomas, 60 minutes, 2 GA, 27 saves); Genevieve Triganne (Colby, 58:35, 4 GA, 33 saves).